Paco's Gulch

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Paco's Gulch

Postby Fritz » Wed Jul 12, 2006 10:54 pm

Brand New course just went in, in Colorado.

man it's AMAZING! If you are ever in the Mile High City you must check this course out.

It's technically called Lakewood Dry Gulch but we all call it Paco's Gulch. Long and Technical. jsut a few miles south of Mile High Stadium.

13th & Knox. Take Colfax west, till ya get to Knox, turn left head south to 13th park in the lot and go play.
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Postby Thatdirtykid » Thu Jul 13, 2006 12:18 am

played it today for six hours, omg I am a bit sunburned (except for my tattoo it gets sunscreen when the shirt comes off)

aswome course, It was all (mabey almsot all) in the short positions, once they move the baskets long people will get to see the gun ive been hiding ;-). There was only one hole out of easy teebird range in the positions it was in. Definately the kind of course denver area was lacking. Its like badlands on steroids or soemthing lol.
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Postby Fritz » Thu Jul 13, 2006 10:19 am

Thatdirtykid wrote:played it today for six hours, omg I am a bit sunburned (except for my tattoo it gets sunscreen when the shirt comes off)

aswome course, It was all (mabey almsot all) in the short positions, once they move the baskets long people will get to see the gun ive been hiding ;-). There was only one hole out of easy teebird range in the positions it was in. Definately the kind of course denver area was lacking. Its like badlands on steroids or soemthing lol.


Totally, I love this course. It's great too cause after it kicks your ass when it's in the long positions, the short placements boost your confidence again, before the impending beatdown lol.
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Paco's gulch

Postby twmccoy » Sun Oct 08, 2006 1:20 am

I might take a trip out there this week. I played it some last year during the world's biggest event and it was fairly good looking. Lots of used condoms and stuff in the trees there though. Rough neighborhood.
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Re: Paco's gulch

Postby Fritz » Sun Oct 08, 2006 7:39 am

twmccoy wrote:I might take a trip out there this week. I played it some last year during the world's biggest event and it was fairly good looking. Lots of used condoms and stuff in the trees there though. Rough neighborhood.


The course has already made an impact on the neighborhood. The bums have left, and the place is really cleaning up.

Watch out for some kids on the back 10-14 holes, they like to try and take discs.
Some of the kids just come up and bug you for a disc, so if you have any extra plactic tha tyou don't care for bring a couple to hand out. If you tell them you don't ahve any you end up explaining to them why you are carrying what you carry then they still bug ya lol.
The course is long and tough so be prepared to get beat up. :)
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Postby twmccoy » Mon Oct 09, 2006 1:02 pm

Ugh, disc thieves. I guess I'll have to either use crappy discs or be prepared to beat up some hoodlums. I hate kids that beg for discs. Hell, if they stepped in the bushes by the creek they'd probably find a few.
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Re: pacos

Postby Fritz » Mon Oct 09, 2006 3:49 pm

twmccoy wrote:Ugh, disc thieves. I guess I'll have to either use crappy discs or be prepared to beat up some hoodlums. I hate kids that beg for discs. Hell, if they stepped in the bushes by the creek they'd probably find a few.


They wouldn't it is very very easy to get your discs back from this course. It's trimmed and well maintained.
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