jsun3thousand wrote:Disc golfers are holding the sport back.
esip wrote:in michigan i would say that Mason County Park in Ludington on a lot of holes you have a great view of lake michigan. they have three 24-hole courses. there is a good variety of holes as well. one of the things that kinda bugs me is that fact that it seems to be windy most of the time note: im not from ludington so ive only played it maybe 20 times, but it seems each time ive been there has been wind...does anyone in ludington find this to be the case?
1. Blue Ribbon Pines, East Bethel- 27 holes of some of the most beautiful holes ever.
2. Kaposia, South St. Paul- 18 holer, very wooded, a true test of distance and accuracy.
3. Hyland Hills, Bloomington- Built on a ski resort, large elevation changes. Hole 18 is 705 ft. down a ski slope!!!
Donkeypuncher wrote:My opinion really can't count because there are 155 courses in texas and I've only played in the dallas area. In dallas, I would say audubon and probably veterans, but I've heard z boaz is a really nice course.
scoot_er wrote: Zboaz is nice but I think Cedar hill is better.
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