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Old 14th November 2015, 03:10 PM
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Originally Posted by LANKY MK View Post
You're changing the subject from length of course to course design, yes a 40 shot course should help with target spread, in reality it's down to the guys who put the course out wether the course is well ballanced or not, increasing the targets does NOT equal ballanced course.

Helping people come on from a purely course design standpoint is having a course that suites a person current ability level, with targets that are not too hard for them so they can learn and not be discouraged.
I'm just telling you what my experience is and what the difference is, I can state with 100% certainty that NEFTA courses are some of the toughest I've ever shot, how does walking off with 9 help anyone? Of course it's down to the setter but if the argument is "this is for everyone" then balanced is the way to go, right?
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