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Old 5th August 2010, 11:10 PM
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There are already some quite well defined rules for GP course building, in terms of kill zone size, number of reducers, number and length of positional shots. There are also "guidelines" regarding lane length, for example you will hear that the sum of two targets in one lane ought not to exceed 100 yards.

If you've got a quiet woodland setting with a lot of shelter then distance becomes the only parameter you can manipulate to increase the "severity" of the course, unless you stray outside the rules and include smaller kills.

There is also the fact that courses are designed and laid out by individuals, and how you would give a course a par score I don't know, if you still want to give the designer some latitude.
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