FYI, all the baskets are in their "A" position (short).
The WSDGA changes the pin locations on a regular basis. Half of the baskets get moved every other Monday. The baskets for either the Odd or Even numbered holes get moved. This creates four different layout during the year. If you count the red and blue tees, then there is eight different layouts to play at NAD park.
If you are up for a challenge, come out to NAD park and play the Blue tees to the 'B' pins. The course record in that layout is -3, set by one of the local open players that happened to finish in the top 10 at the 2009 World Championships (Masters division).
That's the one shooting straight uphill? The new B placement is completely different...if you're standing on the tee looking up the "main" fairway, the new placement is at about your 10 o'clock, shooting up the ravine.
All pin locations at NAD are in the short "A" position for the summer.
The new basket movement policy for NAD will be to use the "A" pin locations for the majority of the year. The "B" pin locations will be used periodically during the year. Most likely in the Fall and Spring for a month or two.