Whoops, sorry I never answered your post Ben. The course was as it always is. Nothing great to look at, soggy everywhere, some bare lies and/or weeds in the fairways, etc, etc. But they allow me to make tee times as a single, and there are always some available early in the morning before the course gets bogged down, and if I play like complete doo-doo there I still come away with an 81 or 82 because there is almost nowhere to get into big trouble. It's very good for the handicap. :) (And unlike a lot of other area courses right now, the greens weren't punched, and they were actually in quite decent condition)
On 15, the pin was back right, on the tiny, flattish shelf before it all falls to the front left. I fatted my tee shot 30 yards short of the green, but hit a pretty good pitch shot that I wanted to make sure got onto that shelf. So it just went onto the back fringe and left me with about a 12-15' over 18" of fringe ... and luckily it went in, or else it was going at least 5' past (if not off the front of the green, lol).
No worries man! I played there this morning and the course was in terrible shape. Tee'd off at 7:07 so I figured the greens would be at least OK...nope. Hit a ton of fairways (for me) and half of the time I was punished in a divot, bare area, mud, etc. At least I got to play today.
That's awesome you chipped in on 15! They must be reading the forum because the pin placement was similar today. I hit it in that left bunker and got UAD. Not sure I'll be playing that course again for awhile.