SNAKES ON COURSE

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SNAKES ON COURSE

Post  KEYCHAINSRK on Thu Apr 05, 2012 10:40 am

CAUTION
Would like to warn everyone playing at the ChainDragon or thinking about going, to be very careful on the course. A bunch of us went 3 Sundays ago and witnessed about 8 Cottonmouths on Hole 11 in the small water area between the tee and the basket.

Then this morning I received a call from Dustin who played out there yesterday with Will. They two witnessed a lot of Cottonmouths on different holes. They went to kill a very large one, when they went to grab some rocks to kill it, more snakes came crawling out that they did not see. Dustin owns a snake and is not afraid of them what so ever, but even he said that he did not feel comfortable out there playing. BE CAREFUL!

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Post  Mr.Rob on Thu Apr 05, 2012 10:50 am

See.. this is the one of the reasons I am debating on going to the PDGA event out there. Sigh..
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Post  Eric B on Thu Apr 05, 2012 1:03 pm

They don' t need a cleanup day out there, they need a snake roundup day out there.

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Post  joe_kool315 on Fri Apr 06, 2012 9:24 am

Did someone say Snakes on a Plane?

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