Is this course too buggy to play mid summer?

Is this course too buggy to play mid summer?

Postby Elevated » Wed Jun 08, 2011 10:56 pm

Thinking about heading up to loo town to check out this course...Is it too buggy to play mid summer? I play wildcat a lot but this time of year I simply can't handle the 1,000 mosquito bites.
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Postby raiderfan161 » Thu Jun 09, 2011 11:00 pm

I played there 2-3 times per week last year and i never had a problem. it all depends on the flooded part in the sand area but last year they kept up on the spraying, we would see him out spraying at night so it wasnt bad last year.... dont know about this year tho
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Postby Abe Froman » Thu Jun 09, 2011 11:04 pm

deet.

no such thing as "too buggy". have you ever been to canada or northern minnesota in the summer? skeeters look like crows.

xchange doesnt get too bad. cat just gets it hard becasue of some standing water and not much wind in that valley. but i know of 5 old dudes that live out there all year long and if they can take it anybody can :wink:

and im not sure it can get much worse than front 9 @ BRP in 100 degree heat with no wind on tuesday. that was fun. my pasty irish mik friend has scars already to prove that
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