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matthew_blakely
Posted: Wednesday, September 14, 2005 7:17:40 AM
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New Course record -12 by Garrett Diemler, How long will it last? See you all next Tuesday.

For everybody thats waiting, he's lucky I missed all those putts and shot -11. Good shoting Garrett.
Rob J
Posted: Wednesday, September 14, 2005 8:41:37 AM

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did they move the tee pad up and install it on 16 yet?
matthew_blakely
Posted: Wednesday, September 14, 2005 9:19:08 AM
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No but Fred and Dan(Fred's Neighbor) had dug it out so when the tee is put in it will be flatter. Thanks again fellows, Can't wait until it is put in.
bkaplan10
Posted: Wednesday, September 14, 2005 10:28:38 AM
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Yeah, blakely, you're so unlucky with your putting. 
discnforfun
Posted: Monday, June 25, 2007 6:56:18 PM
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Haven't played AJ in a long time. Went there this past Sunday and found the basket missing at hole No. 3. Has it been out long? Anybody know about plans for replacement?
perica
Posted: Tuesday, June 26, 2007 1:45:16 PM

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I playes there a couple weeks ago and it was still in.
M_Boland
Posted: Tuesday, June 26, 2007 2:50:42 PM
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3 is missing....I played A.J. last week and 3 was gone. :-(
edge
Posted: Saturday, July 07, 2007 9:55:15 PM
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3 is still missing.......AJ Jolly just started selling discs @$8.00 each, which IMHO is a great price
Nice course, I can't believe how empty it was.....

Has anyone ever thrown an Ace across the water on #2?
Fred Salaz
Posted: Sunday, July 08, 2007 7:00:48 AM
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They know about the basket and are working on replacing it.
mikejenkins1
Posted: Friday, August 17, 2007 10:39:55 AM
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So how difficult is AJ Jolly? How long will it take to play? Never been there but would like to try it out.
Kool Keith
Posted: Friday, August 17, 2007 11:31:51 AM
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Not really difficult, made a lot easier if you can throw it 400. There's a lot of shots where you have to carry water, or at least flirt with it. So don't be afraid.

You can run through it within 90 minutes if you take your time, less than that once you've played it and know where you are going. It's one of my favorite courses (probably plays the easiest of all Cincy course for long righty's).

I highly recommend.
edge
Posted: Friday, August 17, 2007 11:32:45 AM
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There are a couple of situations where you could throw into the lake....it wasn't crowded at all last time I played and we got through pretty quickly....
finnhawc
Posted: Monday, April 28, 2008 3:58:22 PM

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Wow, what a boring course. Maybe if the wind gets whipping it could be more fun. How could this be your favorite course? (You know who you are.)
Kool Keith
Posted: Monday, April 28, 2008 4:11:37 PM
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I love it... cause I'm a long throwing righty.

It's got lots of OB to challenge, water, hills, cool basket locations, and it's long. You need to be able to throw 400 feet to take your score into the mid 40's there. That's why I dig it.

And when the wind starts to blow....
Ben Shooner
Posted: Monday, April 28, 2008 4:54:17 PM

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I love it because it's a very pretty park-the course is basicly on a peninsula. And it's long but still requires some good placement. When the wind kicks up, it prevents the Keiths of the world from parking everything. It is also-to this point-the best place to play glow that I know of.
bobherb
Posted: Monday, April 28, 2008 5:02:21 PM

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Boone is good for glow golf goo, I mean too.
Kool Keith
Posted: Monday, April 28, 2008 5:53:46 PM
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AJ rules... it's just 20 miles too far south.

Such a neat park, great place to play glow too Ben.. I forget about that. I miss the Friday Glow that Estenbagger used to run down there. Wind is good, water is good, length is good... that's just a cool park to play golf. Not to mention the tricky pins, many are guarded by water or OB or both. You know when you are playing well there, and you know when you aren't. To me, I can play Idlewild and shoot a 68 or a 78 and feel like it's the same round.

I want to see a PDGA sanctioned event at AJ.

BrandonBradshaw
Posted: Monday, April 28, 2008 7:28:57 PM
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Keith is right, A.J. is probably my favorite course around because of the diversity of the course. In addition to all the other virtues of the course already mentioned, there are even a few technical shot holes in the wooded areas. The scenery of the course and park are among the best of cincy courses. I have always wanted the club to do a disc golf/campout there. You could even add a glow round in that scenerio too.
finnhawc
Posted: Monday, April 28, 2008 7:41:30 PM

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Insanity! Beauty doesn't make a nice course but glow might be nice there. The woods holes are a joke take one out(middle one) and make it one long woods hole. Anyhow, it could be improved. I was just stunned because I heard such great things. I'm glad you all like it and I don't disrespect that choice. Good luck, getting me to play there ever again.
DanH
Posted: Monday, April 28, 2008 8:08:34 PM

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I agree with you Finn. That course never did anything for me. The only challenge I found was the distance and the wind.
ccs
Posted: Tuesday, April 29, 2008 7:47:16 AM
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I agree with Keith shocked

It lacks any real par 5's but has some driveable par 4's. The pin placements are well thought out in reference to wind and water. There is OB to contend with on a few holes. MIssed  Putts rolling away are a danger on a couple of holes. I like it better than Harbin but Harbin is closer.
Fred Salaz
Posted: Tuesday, April 29, 2008 9:52:53 AM
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AJ is a nice change after playing Idlewild as much as we did the last couple of years. I'm curious why you guys don't like it. It's very scenic and challenging to me.
New signs for #8,11, 12, 13 will be installed today.
andersab
Posted: Tuesday, April 29, 2008 10:10:46 AM

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I like it, its a nice lazy course for me... oh wait that's all of them
Liz
Posted: Tuesday, April 29, 2008 1:38:44 PM

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I love AJ Jolly!  It is so beautiful in the fall!  I don't think too many other clubs would feel sorry for us - they don't have the privilege of complaining about one of the 26 courses in their area!!  bow
bobherb
Posted: Tuesday, April 29, 2008 5:33:06 PM

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26?
Is that all!!!

Actually, I have yet to play them all.
We "are" fortunate in this area.
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