They should consider pushing it back a week to Nov 11. Got a C-tier at Pine Hills over in Ottawa on the 4th...
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Leagues & Tourneys / Re: Pine Hills Experiment #4 C-tier Sunday Nov 4(Golf Carts!)More divisions offered!« on: September 18, 2012, 01:35:11 PM »
pre-reg list updated on pdga.com course is open for play, call ahead to make sure there is not a league or high school match.
looks like par will be 64.
« on: September 11, 2012, 12:45:40 PM »
course will be playable starting this sunday at 1pm
« on: September 11, 2012, 09:07:15 AM »
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Leagues & Tourneys / Pine Hills Experiment #4 C-tier Sunday Nov 4(Golf Carts!)More divisions offered!« on: August 26, 2012, 02:21:40 PM »
Pine Hills Experiment #4 A PDGA C-tier
Sunday Nov, 4
Pine Hills Golf Course, Ottawa IL
1665 N. 2501 Rd
2 rounds of 18 holes w/golf cart (weather pending on the carts)
Pro- 20 players $63 per player
Pro Master 4 Players $63 per player
Adv- 20 players $48 per player
Adv Master 4 players $48 per player
Int- 12 players $48 per player
Rec- 12 players $48 per player
** (Includes $15 course fees, $3 PDGA Fees)**
Pro division top 45%
Am divisons top 50%
Check in/registration 7-815
Player mtg 830
Tee off R1 at 9
Division #'s may change based on pre-registration
Register online at www.iregisteredonline.com or call Pine Hills Pro Shop (w/credit card) 815-434-3985
« on: August 22, 2012, 07:38:56 PM »
Illlinois State Doubles Championships
Nov 3 Pine Hills in Ottawa and Marilla Park in Streator
Bring your own partner doubles.
2 rounds of 18 holes. Teams will play each round 6 holes best shot, 6 holes alternate shot and 6 holes total strokes (each player plays hole and take total score).
Field is limited-
A pool = ADV 18 teams and PRO 18 teams
B pool = INT 10 teams, Rec 10 teams, ADV Master 8 teams, Novice 6 teams and All Womens divisions 6 teams.
Pro per player $60
All am divisions per player $45
$10 per player goes to Pine Hills for course/cart fees
Everyone meet at Pine Register and check in by 815 and 830 player mtg
A pool tee off R1 at Marilla Park at 930
B pool tee off R1 at Pine at 915
R2 A pool at Pine and B pool at Marilla
Payout to top 50% in all divisions
Ams paid in merch (discs and pine hills pro shop)
« on: July 29, 2012, 11:39:08 AM »
thanks everyone involved w/the tourney
« on: July 26, 2012, 11:56:03 AM »
Thanks for the hard work, looking forward to Sat!
Alternate Hole Distance:
Kinda weird that 4/6 holes are blind. Is C distance correct? Looked a ton shorter at leagues last night.
« on: July 24, 2012, 02:45:06 PM »
Thats right, 1st annual IL State Dubs!
***Subject to Chance****
2 rounds, 1 at Pine Hills and 1 at the new Marilla Park in Streator (15 min from Pine)
A pool = Pro/Adv
B pool = Int, Rec, Novice, Adv Master and all Women
Spoke with Streator today and as long as there is no X Country meet, we are on. I'll officially have the go ahead sometime next week. So if Streator has to be dropped, both rounds will be at Pine and we'll have to deal. I should know by next week on that.
A pool R1 at Marilla, R2 at Pine
Pro- 18 teams
Adv- 18 teams
B pool R1 at Pine, R2 at Marilla
INT- 20 Teams
Rec- 20 Teams
Novice/Beginner- 12 teams
Adv Master- 12 teams
Women- 8 teams
Cash payout to Open, Merch to all Am divisions. Will pay 50% to all divisions.
More info, including registration, times, cost and format to follow. This will not be 36 holes of best shot.
« on: July 24, 2012, 07:41:08 AM »
Awesome, saw it yesterday. It sounded like you meant it was going to be behind the (root) tree.The drop zone will be behind the tree? Which tree? Will you have a putt? I land in that area quite a bit and would be upset if I did and then had to take a mandatory drop behind a tree with no putt...
« on: July 24, 2012, 07:38:24 AM »
I dislike it because its a poke n hope and because one of the best holes is blue #2.
I believe it would make the whites a much better course, by making the blue tee white/blue.
Of course there was a huge amount of time and energy put into installing and designing Highland, never said or thought differently...
« on: July 23, 2012, 07:51:59 PM »
Anyone else with me on that? Hole 2 blue/long is one of the best holes on the course, while the white/short is one of the worst on the course.
I say we officially make the long tee the blue/white tee.