tchamber wrote:Any recommendations on a course nearby the U of M campus? My wife and I are going to be in the area for a wedding and have time for ONE round. What's the closest course to the U, and what's the best course within 45 minutes?
kvanorsdel wrote:I'll be heading up to the Twin Cities the fisrt couple of days of May. Is there a place I can go that will tell me the status of each course? My big concern is going to the park to find out the baskets have been pulled or the course is closed for some reason.
Also suggestions as to the top 5 would be great. I'll have all day while my wife is at a conference to play so travel time is not really a concern, however I will have my two young girls with me so the courses needs to be somewhat stroller friendly
The Clergyman wrote:I played Acorn a couple of summers ago and it was not fun. ASSUMING I am correctly recalling that it was indeed Acron I played, I would have to NOT recommend it.
The morning dew made it muddy. It's tight and thick like crazy in parts so if you throw a disc off the line you're not going to like it. Plus, some baskets were missing in lieu of tree trunks stuffed into the post holes - that made them really hard to see when you don't know the course.
I'd travel west a few miles to Lion's Park II. It's a wide open course but they've made pretty good use of fences and the trees that are there. Plus ther's a big pond that plays into two holes that are a lot of fun. You won't lose your disc (unless water) and the course is clear, open and easy to navigate.
kvanorsdel wrote:So I'm heading to the Twin Cities next week. Is there a good site for me to go that will tell me which courses are in the ground and which are not?
Any Twin Cities players want to hook up for a round or two?
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