Let's channel our inner Dye and get creative and bold. Pete would never use an iPad to draw something, so let's stay old school by using good old paper and pen / pencil. Below are the rules for this Ping Pong Session...Let's have some fun! SESSION RULES: (you will need a printer) First person draws on a napkin Take photo and post (try your best for good lighting and no hand shadows) Next person prints out photo and continues to draw on that image Take photo and post (repeat from there) 10 minute limit per turn 3 turns per participant Tag next person up after you post. Please post both the image for preview AND upload the file for downloading. Must add at least 1 Dye feature or element each turn ** PARTICIPANTS & ORDER: @David Kahn @thad @jcozatt1ne @Josh @nv7
I'm not sure how many of you are aware but a few years ago a company released a Golf game for console and PC that came with a golf course designer. Over the years I have used it just as a fun tool for creating whatever idea or vision I have in my head that day. With that being said... it would be great if we all had the means to hop on and design a course together in the virtual 3D space, but in the interim I propose we sketch or paint on top of some of the terrain created in the game. There are no rules, just have fun and let's see what you would do with this tee shot. I have attached a preview image and a downloadable jpeg as well. Also, if you have any questions on how to get your hands on The Golf Club 2019, please let me know and I will help you as much as I can. Enjoy.
The time has come. Citizens of Manhattan have demanded a golf course be constructed on a portion of Central Park, finally bringing a world class venue to the Big Apple. This is a perfect project for The Workshop! SESSION RULES: Download whichever base you like best Chose ANY area of the park Create 18 hole centerline routing All concepts will be posted to this thread by admin after all plans are submitted Each participant must 'like' three (3), and only 3 plans Concept with most likes will be chosen From there, a ping pong will commence Upon your turn, detail (1) golf hole at a time, starting with the first RED line-work only ** No adjusting previous holes unless to tie into adjacent features @Calan Hoppe @Kyle R. Truax @Josh @Ben Malach @thad @Jeremy Ringer @David Kahn