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Postby kvanorsdel » Thu Mar 29, 2007 6:14 am

In State
Baraboo Lions DGC- Baraboo, WI
Crystal Lake Park - Beaver Dam, WI
Lime-Kiln Park - Grafton, WI
Elver Park - Madison, WI
Hiestand Park - Madison, WI
Dretzka Park - Milwaukee, WI
Valley View Park - New Berlin, WI
Lustig Park - Janesville, WI
Tendick Nature Area - Saukville, WI
Memorial Park - Wausa, WI
Marion Park - Prairie du Sac, WI
Village Park - Sussex, WI
UW Whitewater-Hoffman Field - Whitewater, WI
Krouskop Park - Richland Center, WI
Heritage Trails - Slinger, WI
Kiwanis of Stoughton DGC - Stoughton, WI
Mt. Morris DGC - Mt. Morris, WI (Private Course)
Triangle Sports Area, Green Bay WI
Pamperin Park, Green Bay WI
UWGB , Green Bay WI
O'Hauser Park, Menasha, WI
Grignon Park, Kaukauna, WI
Rock River DGC, Watertown, WI
Mt. Simon Park, Eau Claire, WI
Riverside Park - Berlin, WI
Milwaukee County Sports Complex - Franklin, WI
Abendschein Park - Oak Creek, WI
Wales Community Park - Wales, WI

Out of State
Vienna Park - Temperance, MI
Heritage Park Disc Golf Course - Adrian, MI
Ottawa Park - Toledo, OH
Lippold Park - Crystal Lake, IL
Morley Field - San Diego, CA
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Postby Eric O » Thu Mar 29, 2007 7:41 am

Portland, Oregon metro area
Milo McIver
Timber
Orchard Park
Lunchtime
Champoeg
Ewing Young
Rockwood Central
Pier Park
Trojan Park
Dabney
Rooster Rock
Hagg

Eugene
Dexter

Short list. Time to do some travel!

Add my list to Dom's and we have most of the state of Oregon covered.
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Postby domromer » Thu Mar 29, 2007 7:59 am

I gotta head your way soon, I wish P town was a little bit closer. I will need to be overnight trips to hit up the course up there. How is the Rooster rock course? I hear it borders a nude beach :shock:
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Postby Will » Thu Mar 29, 2007 8:49 am

lets see.....

Only Michigan Courses.

stony creek
gale vaughn memorial ( river bends) my home course
seymour lake
addison oaks-my favorite
firefighters
kensington
raintree
enchanted forrest (private)
Chicken ranch (private)
fox creek ( private )
wagner
civic center-this course is a joke but its fun to run aces



thats it until i get out of state to play.
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Postby Bruce » Thu Mar 29, 2007 9:14 am

England
Lloyd Park, London
Colchester, Essex
Hayling Island, Hamps
Ancient Course, Whitcombe Farm, Dorset
Modern Course, Whitcombe Farm, Dorset
Quarry Park, Warks
Headington Hill Park, Oxford
Boomhill, Shrops
Burnlaw, Northumberland
Green Park, Bucks
Campbell Park, Milton Keynes

Scotland
Scripture Union, Crook of Devon
Fanmore, Isle of Mull
Ullapool

Holland
Rotterdam
Schoorl

Belgium
Domain of Ronchinne

Finland
Nokia, Tampere
Epilä, Tampere

Canada
Park 96, Calgary
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Postby Eric O » Thu Mar 29, 2007 1:06 pm

domromer wrote:I gotta head your way soon, I wish P town was a little bit closer. I will need to be overnight trips to hit up the course up there. How is the Rooster rock course? I hear it borders a nude beach :shock:
That is the first I've heard of that! Rooster Rock is an interesting course though. Two 9 hole layouts seperated by about a mile and with completely different character. West is fairly open and beginner friendly and the East is in the woods and punishing.

Some great scenery visible from the west 9, and some of the biggest potential for high winds anywhere in the state I'd say. A few exits down the freeway closer to Portland is the superior Dabney State Park but you can easily do both in half a day.

I'm planning to be in Eugene saturday and hit Dex in the morning sometime!
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Postby domromer » Thu Mar 29, 2007 3:20 pm

let me know when, I might be able to get out there.
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Postby domromer » Thu Mar 29, 2007 3:24 pm

Rooster Rock - East
Columbia Gorge, Oregon 97019

Course Established: 2004 Record Last Modified: 2006-10-12 10:53:08
Description: Beautiful scenery, narrow fairways and major elevation. You may lose a disc in the dense brush or off the steep cliffs. The first 3 holes are on the path to a nude beach. $3 fee.

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Postby some call me...tim? » Thu Mar 29, 2007 3:36 pm

I want to make another trip down to Portland sometime soon...I've gotten a chance to play Pier and Milo (loved both of them for different reasons) and definitely want to play them again. But I want to see what else Portland has to offer, what would you recommend as the next course I should check out?
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Postby Eric O » Thu Mar 29, 2007 8:08 pm

Depends a lot on what side of town you plan on spending time in.

As for Rooster Rock, it just got even more interesting.
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Postby some call me...tim? » Thu Mar 29, 2007 9:59 pm

I've only been to my buddy's new place once, but its right off of Alberta, in an area that's kind of sketchy, but got some pretty cool bars around, if that tells you anything. Oh, lookin at a map now, he's at 20th and Alberta.
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Postby Eric O » Fri Mar 30, 2007 12:55 pm

From there I'd say you have 3 good options. The first two are Pier in St Johns and Milo and Timber in Estacada, both where you've golfed before. The other option is to head down the gorge to Dabney and Rooster. Dabney is a great course.
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Postby some call me...tim? » Fri Mar 30, 2007 5:20 pm

Sweet, I'll try to make a point to check out Dabney next time. And quite possibly Rooster if it's sunny outside. :wink:
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