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Where have you played?

Postby ericdmb » Mon Mar 26, 2007 7:02 am

I thought this might be fun - list the courses that you have played:


Delaware
Killens Pond State Park - Felton, Delaware 19943
Bellevue State Park - Wilmington, Delaware 19809
Brandywine Creek State Park - Wilmington, Delaware 19732

Louisiana
Lazarre DGC - West Monroe, Louisiana 71291
Hideaway Park - Ruston, Louisiana 71272

Maryland
Druid Hill Park - Baltimore, Maryland 21217

New Jersey
Rutgers, Douglass College - New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901

New York
Brakewell Steel/Warwick - Warwick, New York 10990
Hyzer Creek - Saratoga Springs, New York 12850

Pennsylvania
Roland Park - Akron, Pennsylvania 17501
Little Lehigh Parkway - Allentown, Pennsylvania 18049
Long Trout Winery - Auburn, Pennsylvania 17922
South Mountain Park - Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18015
French Creek - Pleasure Mtn. - Birdsboro, Pennsylvania 19508
French Creek State Park - Birdsboro, Pennsylvania 19508
Desales University - Center Valley, PA 18034
Hackets Park - Easton, PA 18040
Tinicum Park - Erwinna, Pennsylvania 18920
Codorus State Park - Hanover, Pennsylvania 17331
Prompton State Park - Honesdale, Pennsylvania 18456
Lime Bluff - Hughesville, Pennsylvania 17737
Anson B. Nixon Park - Kennett Square, Pennsylvania 19348
F. E. Walter Dam - Lake Harmony, Pennsylvania 18624
Boulder Woods, Pinchot State Park, Lewisberry, PA 17339
Tyler State Park - Newtown, Pennsylvania 18940
Covered Bridge Park - Orefield, Pennsylvania 18069
Sedgley Woods (East Fairmount Park) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19004
Schenley Park - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15211
Moraine State Park DGC - Portersville, Pennsylvania 16051
Nockamixon State Park - Quakertown, Pennsylvania 18951
Victory Park - Slatington, Pennsylvania 18080
Knob Hill Park - Warrendale, Pennsylvania 15086
Hickory Run State Park - White Haven, Pennsylvania 18661
Jordan Creek Park -Whitehall, Pennsylvania 18052
Moon Lake, PA
Bloomsburg, PA

Tennessee
The Sinks - Chattanooga, Tennessee 37415
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Postby garublador » Mon Mar 26, 2007 7:24 am

Twin Cities:
Kaposia
Oakwood
Lions Park
Acorn Park
Kenneth Rosland Park
Basset Creek
Plymouth Creek
Bryant Lake
Hansen Park
Moir Park
Staring Lake

Des Moines Area:
Harrington Park (Nevada, IA)
Stable Run (Ames, IA)
Carrol Marty (Ames, IA)
Heritage Park (Ankeny, IA)
Walnut Ridge
Grandview
Ewing
Southwoods
Centennial Park (Waukee, IA)
Water Works

Watertown, SD
Slumberland (front 9 only)
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Postby bigs348 » Mon Mar 26, 2007 7:57 am

New Jersey
- Rutgers
- Harry Dunham
- Chimney Rock

New York
- Warwick
- Hyzer Creek

Pennsylvania
- Tyler
- Tinicum
- Sedgley Woods
- South Mountain
- Hickory Run
- F.E. Walter Dam
- Anson B. Nixon
- Roland
- Buchmiller
- Knob Hill
- Moraine
- Nockamixon
- Little Lehigh

Delaware
- Brandywine
- Lums Pond

Maryland
- Druid Hill
- Seneca

Virginia
- Elk Creek
- Peaks View
- Newport News
- Bluemont
- Walnut Creek
- Duncroft - Castle Point
- Hawk Hollow
- Sherando

West Virginia
- Woodshed
- Whippin' Post

North Carolina
- Renaissance Park

South Carolina
- Winthrop Gold

Massachusetts
- Barre Falls
- Borderland
- Pyramids
- Maple Hill

Maine
- Dragan Field
- Quarry Run
- Enman Field (2 courses)
- Quaker Hill
- Beaver Brook
- Eaton Mountain
- Burnsboro

And next weekend I get to add:

Kentucky
- White
- Hobson
- Keriakes
- Franklin
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Postby Timko » Mon Mar 26, 2007 9:02 am

Man, I need to get out and play some new courses!

Arkansas:
Gully Park
Northshore
Alma Greens
Ben Geren
Tiles Park
Craighead
Horseshoe Canyon
Burns Park

Missouri:
Swope
Water Works
Rosedale
Oak Grove

Iowa:
Turkey Creek
Sugar Bottom
Peninsula
Jones
Thomas
Shaver

Illinios:
McNaughton
Northwood

Texas:
Something in Houston. I have no idea where it was.

Oklahoma:
McClure
Hunter
Dovillio

Australia:
Edison
Poimena Reserve
Jesmond
Whittlesea
Macquarie university
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Postby Will Aubrey » Mon Mar 26, 2007 11:34 am

Missouri
Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis

Illinois
Woodland Park, Collinsville
Thompson Point, Carbondale

Indiana
Eagle Valley, Evansville

Ohio
Arthur O. Fisher Park, Dayton

Tennessee
Sanders Ferry, Hendersonville
Seven Oaks, Nashville
Two Rivers, Nashville
Cedar Hill Nashville
Muse Park, Jackson
Mole Hill, Jackson

Kentucky
Iroquois Park, Louisville
Central Park, Murray
Kereiakes, Bowling Green
Basil Griffin, Bowling Green
Natcher Elementary, Bowling Green
American Legion Park, Glasgow
Henry Jackson Park, Danville
Anderson Dean Park, Harrodburg
Stuart Nelson Park, Paducah
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Postby Drew » Mon Mar 26, 2007 12:43 pm

florida

eaterling park
tradewinds park
bonita rec center
fgcu campus course
north ft. myers community park

Virginia

burke lake park
loriella park
pratt park

Washington (tim i will need your help w/ these names)

steilicombe(dont know how to spell it)

the rest i cant remember the names of, but in seattle area:
first few holes are around the parking lot, and first hole has a huge evergreen with a mando to go around the left side of it (my favorite course to date)

very tight citty course i think up twords the u district

course very overgrown north of seattle with a childrens play ground and huge field neer some of the holes.

i dont have nearly the experience that you all do with so many courses, i am going to try and make an effort to see some more courses in my area, but in florida i am isolated
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Postby some call me...tim? » Mon Mar 26, 2007 1:31 pm

Drew wrote:
Washington (tim i will need your help w/ these names)

hehe, no problem.

steilicombe(dont know how to spell it)

That'd be Ft. Steilacoom, near Tacoma, WA (about an hour south of Seattle)

the rest i cant remember the names of, but in seattle area:
first few holes are around the parking lot, and first hole has a huge evergreen with a mando to go around the left side of it (my favorite course to date)

That's Lakewood Park, in West Seattle. It is a good course, though there are a couple others around here that even better.

very tight citty course i think up twords the u district

That sounds like North Park, aka Mineral Springs. 18 holes (12 baskets I think, w/alternate tees) squeezed into about 3 acres of land. Cool course for what they had to work with.


course very overgrown north of seattle with a childrens play ground and huge field neer some of the holes.

hehe, that sounds like Terrace Creek, my current home course. Were the first 3 holes on one side of the road, and then you had to cross over for the rest? We try to keep it cleaned up, but it can be brutal in the summer months, especially on the back 9 (blackberries really love that park).

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Postby MR. WICK » Mon Mar 26, 2007 1:33 pm

A little shorter list here. Soon to be much longer as the weather gets better.

- Wickham Park (manchester, ct.)
- Tolland Cross Farms (Tolland, ct.)
- Panthorn Park (southington, ct.)
- Pyramids (Leicester, MA.)
-Maple Hill (leicester, MA)
- Heroes DGC (Granby, CT.)
- Buffamville Dam (Buffamville, MA)
- North Ft. Myers Community Park (Ft. Myers, FLA.)
- West Thompson Lake (West Thompson, CT.)
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Postby J2 » Mon Mar 26, 2007 1:45 pm

Boarderland State Park, MA (play here the most)
Panthorn Park, CT
Enman Field, ME (love these courses)
Pyramids, MA
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Postby RustyP » Mon Mar 26, 2007 3:02 pm

Texas:
Audubon Park - Garland, TX (first course - longtime home)
Springfield Park - Rowlett, TX (hardly a course)
BB Owen - Dallas, TX
Shawnee Park - Plano, TX
Bethany Lakes Park - Allen, TX
Alex Clark Memorial - McKinney, TX
Dunn Memorial Java Classic (or something like that) Temp Course - McKinney, TX
Jimmy Porter - Carrollton, TX
Greenbelt Park - Carrollton, TX
Lake Park - Lewisville, TX
Leonard L Woods - Lewisville, TX
Bear Creek - Grapevine, TX
Crawford Park - Dallas, TX
Lester Lorch Park (Coyote) - Cedar Hill, TX
Lester Lorch Park (Beaver) - Cedar Hill, TX
Z-Boaz - Ft. Worth, TX
Eagle Ranch Park - Ft. Worth, TX
Harry Myer's Park - Rockwall, TX
Bicentennial Park - Crowley, TX
All of the above courses are within an hour of downtown Dallas...man, I'm gonna miss this city!
Cameron Park East - Waco, TX
Lindsey Park Red - Tyler, TX
Lindsey Park Blue - Tyler, TX
Springlake Park - Texarkana, TX
Zilker Park - Austin, TX
Slaughter Creek - Austin, TX
Bartholomew Park - Austin, TX
Circle R Ranch, Circle Hill - Wimberly, TX
Circle R Ranch, Rolling Meadows - Wimberly, TX

Oklahoma:
Woodson Park - Oklahoma City, OK

Louisiana:
Ford Park - Shreveport, LA

I could probably get out of state a little more often...but it's just so damned big! :wink:
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Postby bigs348 » Mon Mar 26, 2007 3:09 pm

RustyP wrote:I could probably get out of state a little more often...but it's just so damned big! :wink:


I can get to like 4 courses outside my state quicker than I can to all but 2 in my own state. But my state is tiny and congested...
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Postby RustyP » Mon Mar 26, 2007 3:37 pm

bigs348 wrote:
RustyP wrote:I could probably get out of state a little more often...but it's just so damned big! :wink:


I can get to like 4 courses outside my state quicker than I can to all but 2 in my own state. But my state is tiny and congested...


In about a month I'll be moving to Texarkana, TX (far east / city split between TX and AR), where there is 1 course within the city and only 2-3 more within an hour drive...I'm going nuts just thinking about it :shock:
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Postby Drew » Mon Mar 26, 2007 4:29 pm

that was defenitly terrace creek. a good course, but i did play it in the summer and i remember those black berries. cool course and i really loved the huge ferns everywhere. made me feel like i was in jurassic park. we dont have anything like that here in florida, but hey i can always try and go play in the swamps :(
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Postby domromer » Mon Mar 26, 2007 4:48 pm

Arizona:

Shelly Sharpe
Buffalow Park
Emerald Park
Tempe Town Park
Fountain Hills
Nau #1
Nau#2
Thorpe Park
Snowbowl
McPherson
Lake Mary OC
Old Munds OC

Oregon:

Dexter
Westmoreland
Milo Mcilver
Willamette Park
Adair Park
Laurelwood
Tom Pearce
Holmes Park
Whistlers Bend
Riverfront Park
Timber Linn
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Postby garublador » Tue Mar 27, 2007 7:24 am

RustyP wrote:In about a month I'll be moving to Texarkana, TX (far east / city split between TX and AR), where there is 1 course within the city and only 2-3 more within an hour drive...I'm going nuts just thinking about it :shock:


According to the PDGA website, there are 32 courses within 60 miles of my zip code, 88 within 120 miles and 285 within 240 miles. :twisted:
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