I don't think there's anything wrong with drinking and smoking at a course as long as it's done responsibly. It goes on all the time in ball golf, so no big surprise it happens in disc golf either, I mean, let's face it, it's a leisurely sport that lends itself well to those kind of activities. Being in a public park though is where things get sticky, I can see why families would be upset about walking through a cloud of smoke or seeing a bunch of dudes tossing beers back. One of the problems on our course is that there's a significant amount of trash that appears there, mostly beer cans and bottles. I won't deny that there are some less than savory disc golfers who just drop their trash wherever, but also, a huge portion of it is teenage kids coming out at night and getting loaded in the park. Of course, all the residents see the golfers out in the day, but not the kids at night, so all the blame falls on us. But, that's why we make last place carry the heavy duty trash bag in our random doubles torneys.