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Re: Haysville

Post by Chucker9 »

Went to Old Oaks yesterday. Red and Blue tee signs on 35 of 36 tees. short 2 is the only one they haven't installed yet. With all the baskets and the lions share of the posts in place, this is a very playable and fun intermediate type course. It's no Derby, Camp Hawk or Thomas park, but it is a very good course. IMO.....If you haven't played it yet, come try it out.
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Re: Haysville

Post by mehunt »

I agree, I played it Saturday and it is a fun, quick playing course. Some pretty cool holes (even though several are pretty wide open), and great baskets. Hope we can get the crowds at the other courses thinned out a bit!
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Re: Haysville


Been playing Old Oaks more and more lately. The baskets are great and the course is still coming together. Spoke to a city parks employee today and they plan to keep up on the mowing better. I asked about tee pads and he said the forms may go in in a week or two to start pouring concrete. Also, there is now a lost and found box in the public works office if you lose a disc over the fence after hours.
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Re: Haysville

Post by Doug »

Good Info! Thanks for sharing.
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