jsun3thousand wrote:Disc golfers are holding the sport back.
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).
RustyP wrote:I could probably get out of state a little more often...but it's just so damned big!
bigs348 wrote:RustyP wrote:I could probably get out of state a little more often...but it's just so damned big!
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...
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
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