Waste Bunkers

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WindyCityWizard

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« on: February 06, 2014, 12:38:33 PM »
A few questions that all kind of tie together about waste bunkers.

Will we be able to create waste bunkers?
Or is this done by putting objects like shrubs/rocks and stuff in bunkers?
Better yet, are we able to put items inside bunkers?
Are there debris-like items for us to use, like downed tree branches, railroad ties, rocks, etc...
I guess all the pictures show some beautiful courses.
I know I will also want to build some natural/rugged courses too.
Really liking what I'm seeing so far guys! :)

One other bunker question:
Can we put stuff like tall grasses at the roof of them, making it more challenge to hit out of them?
« Last Edit: February 06, 2014, 12:50:07 PM by WindyCityWizard »
Lots of versions due to refurbishments.
Play the ones exactly how they're listed here:
Tulip Point CC-Queen's Course
Tulip Point-Prince Course
Tulip Point-Royal Forest
Tulip Pt.-King's Course
Tulip Pt.-Royal Meadow
*All courses above have B, C, D versions*

Also,
Timber Trails (RCR)

HB_Paul

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« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2014, 01:31:49 PM »
Right now the only limits we have on placing objects are putting them over water, so you should be able to place bushes/rocks/etc in the bunkers.  We may refine this to prevent stuff from being put on a green or tee, but it should not interfere with bunkers.  Brushes and long grass can be put at the edge of a bunker as well. 

We don't have any debris items yet but I'll pass it along to the artists to add it to their list.  Its a good idea and I hope we can include it. 

WindyCityWizard

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« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2014, 03:00:32 PM »
That sounds excellent, Paul.
I love the rugged, natural waste bunker look and I am really happy that we'll be able to create them.

One last question (for now ;D), is there pine straw available to put below evergreen trees, and to hit the ball out of?
I don't remember seeing pine straw in any photos, and was wondering if that was an option.
Thanks for your replies!
Lots of versions due to refurbishments.
Play the ones exactly how they're listed here:
Tulip Point CC-Queen's Course
Tulip Point-Prince Course
Tulip Point-Royal Forest
Tulip Pt.-King's Course
Tulip Pt.-Royal Meadow
*All courses above have B, C, D versions*

Also,
Timber Trails (RCR)

JOE golfer G

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« Reply #3 on: February 07, 2014, 08:10:33 AM »
That sounds excellent, Paul.
I love the rugged, natural waste bunker look and I am really happy that we'll be able to create them.

One last question (for now ;D), is there pine straw available to put below evergreen trees, and to hit the ball out of?
I don't remember seeing pine straw in any photos, and was wondering if that was an option.
Thanks for your replies!

Yeah pine straw good idea can really make a course look stunning, plus how could we re-create Augusta without it?

WindyCityWizard

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« Reply #4 on: February 07, 2014, 12:07:44 PM »
Any word on the pine straw? (see 2 posts up)
Lots of versions due to refurbishments.
Play the ones exactly how they're listed here:
Tulip Point CC-Queen's Course
Tulip Point-Prince Course
Tulip Point-Royal Forest
Tulip Pt.-King's Course
Tulip Pt.-Royal Meadow
*All courses above have B, C, D versions*

Also,
Timber Trails (RCR)

 

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