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2017 Ledgestone Open | Round 3, Front 9 | Anthon, McBeth, Wysocki, Ulibarri
alightened: a lot of these holes are unnecessarily hard… the players have to lay up, there is out of bounds everywhere, the islands are ridiculously tiny. when the top 10 players in the world go out of bounds every other hole, that's when you should be rethinking your course.
Alexander Broome: I completely disagree with Nate and it sounded like Paul does too. Hole 5 is definitely unfair to left handed players. Righties have a good chance at birdie or a much easier par. Lefties have NO chance at birdie. This is not the equivalent of any of the other holes on the course being "favorable" to LHBH or RHFH. Hole 5 is simply unfair for left-handed players. It is not a well designed hole.\n\nAnd I'm a right-handed player.
Neon Kitty: I love seeing Anthon coverage.
gilbs8247: Am I the only one who thinks some of the holes here are flat out dumb? Is this course really fit for such a prominent event? The endless ropes and wacky basket placements make the whole event look utterly amateur. Some of the teepads are literally just spray painted boxes in a parking lot. What a joke. Go to a real disc golf course, not one that looks like it belongs to a high school gym class.
Taavi Mäkelä: Onko suomalAisia kattomassa
Jonjey Comms: I've seen a lot of people bashing this course and the course designer, but if Paul McBeth and Nate Doss like it then it must be a good course.
MrKab04: Ok, i'll give you an easy one tonight. Whenever a player goes OB. You gotta take a shot ;p GL
Inhale Intellect: You can hear Paul stroking his own dick while watching himself play.
TheBurnout: I'm guessing Doss has better availability but please get McBeth to commentate as often as you can.
Erra Åkerlund: 10:18 Leif GW Persson? :)