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Parma Conditions

Course conditions, opinions and observations

Re: Parma Conditions

Postby TCampbell » Sat Apr 30, 2011 10:04 pm

I've taken small branches down with a drive but never a tree. You must throw hard!!!
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Re: Parma Conditions

Postby direwolf9 » Wed May 4, 2011 8:14 pm

Has anyone put together a list similar to the one in the Chili To-Do List thread for Parma? I'll probably be playing out there this weekend, so if there are things that need done out there, I'd be happy to help.
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Re: Parma Conditions

Postby walker » Wed May 4, 2011 8:57 pm

A few things I can think of... hole 11 (the new one) can always be cleaned up. Take branches and sticks far away from the fairway. Any other wooded type holes probably need similar treatment, but 11 is probably most in need.

Hole 5 needs the large logs in the first wooded area (near the tee) to be moved to the left, making 'walls'. This might require a lot more man power, or some machinery though.

Some holes might have weeds in them, hole 10 comes to mind. These can be taken down with a trimmer/weed whacker.
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Re: Parma Conditions

Postby AJB » Wed May 4, 2011 9:09 pm

Cutting prickers is always good too!

There are also a few trees down on hole 2 that need to be cut with a chainsaw and dragged off the hole. Not sure if the town can help with that... Ryan?
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Re: Parma Conditions

Postby walker » Mon Mar 19, 2012 12:12 pm

Played Parma yesterday. It's really drying up a lot, even since last week. The wooded holes are a bit muddy still (Hole 2-5), but the grasses areas are dry and stiff. Lots of big skips.

Also there was a huge amount of ground bees. The entire length of hole 7 along the berm, and some other areas in the back 9. They were not aggressive at all.

Hole 18 on the right side has a huge nasty pricker bush.

Leaves aren't growing yet, it was nice to have summer weather with winter lines!
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Re: Parma Conditions

Postby reksav » Thu Mar 22, 2012 6:26 pm

I noticed a few days ago the the basket, proper, on hole 6 had the bolt removed/snapped and is now propped up with a stick.
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Re: Parma Conditions

Postby walker » Mon May 28, 2012 10:19 pm

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