Inverted Cups!

Hi guys,

At the request of the MGA, Stephen has changed the raised cups to inverted cups that sit slightly below the surface of the green.

It was brought up in our last MGA meeting that posting scores with raised cups could unduly lower our handicaps, since a putt that glances off the side of the raised cup would most likely have not went in.

With the new inverting and lowering of the cups, we believe the scores will be closer to normal And are a more fair representation of a typical hole setup. Additionally, this placement allows players to pick the ball out of the hole cleanly with minimal transmission for particles between the hole, the ball and your hands!

So please, have a great time in the course and go ahead and post your scores as you normally would.

Best Regards and stay safe!

Shawn Keltner

MGA President

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