Saturday, May 26, 2012

Hand Golf redux

Today I went up to church camp to work on our hand golf course.  Hand golf is a game we play, much like normal golf but with softballs, thrown underhand, into buckets buried in the ground.  It's easy to learn and a lot of fun.

Today we went and redesigned the course a little, making it a bit longer.  We dug up the old holes and replaced all 18 of them.  The new buckets are even color-coded, red for par 2, grey for par 3, and yellow for par 4.  The new buckets are also a little smaller, six inches instead of eight inches, adding a little more difficulty to the course.  We also replaced the old signs with nice, freshly-painted metal signs.  Most importantly, we play-tested the course to make sure it worked right.  Yup!  Works fine!

Thanks to John P. and Dustin (and Kelby too) for going with me and helping.  We might of gotten a little sunburned but it was worth it!  And special thanks to Joe S. for making our signs.

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