Last month I disc golfed my way all over Oregon, and had a blast. Now I'm totally stoked after a grand tour of SoCal disc golf. Waller Pines in Santa Maria, Evergreen in Goleta, Coyote Point @ Lake Casitas, Morley Field in San Diego, El Dorado in Long Beach, La Mirada in La Mirada, and Hahamonga in Pasadena (we missed out on Sylmar, but I've already played Sylmar many times).
Not too shabby! La Mirada was especially beautiful, and really fun to play. Too bad they don't have many tournaments, I hear that this course is one of the best ever in the tournament set-up. IMHO, Coyote Point is the best course in SoCal...gorgeous setting, unique holes and challenges (wind, altitude, tight lines, distance, etc., are all present).
Almost stepped on a rattlesnake in Pasadena.
Funny thing: in many SoCal courses the concrete tees have a kind of "curb" at the front edge. I'm not sure what to make of it, or how to use it. Seems like ankle-trouble, so I just avoid it. Does anybody know why they do that?
Next stop: Phoenix, AZ. I'm going to play all the worthwhile courses there, which is a minimum of 4 according to my estimates. Can't wait to play the Fountain Hills course!