So why is Mount Tacoma there? What are we going to do with all that earth? The best answer right now is that we really aren't sure, but it's going to be great. A home builder down the road needed to get rid of some topsoil and fill material, and he asked if we would like to have it. We said yes since we have many projects on the master plan which require fill dirt, and in fact it's the cost of the fill which has prevented us from doing some of these projects. You can look at the Master Plan by clicking HERE but real quick just look below at some images of the projects we have planned which require considerable fill material.
This doesn't look like a huge change but shifting this teeing ground to the left and doubling the size of usable hitting space will require at least 150 cubic yards of fill.
|3 Green/4 Tee|
The plan to make #3 a reverse redan, and subsequently one of the most thrilling one-shoters in the state will require some fill dirt, but the work we want to do on 4 tee will require a lot. What's a reverse redan? Well that deserves the attention of a blog post just by itself, but you can read about "the redan" by clicking HERE