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Hudson Mills this year has started making players pay to play. It costs $2 a round, or you can purchase a bag tag for $50 annualy. This cost is in addition to parking passes that cost $4 dollars for a day or $20 annualy. Was wondering if any other parks are also starting to charge just to play Disc Golf. Also I am pretty torn on the issue. I think that it is good and inevitable for the image of the sport. But also Disc Golf is gaining more and more popularity in part due to its affordability.

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its a couple dollars. disc aren't free either, but you would buy millions of those.
discs definitely aren't free. i just became a bit more serious about discin this past summer but when I returned to college at the end of August I started to play a lot. In the past month and a half have spent over 140 bucks on discs, so I'd have to say it's not free, but you get what you pay for.

still, i play golf here at school and 140 is equivalent to just one of my clubs. i guess you get what you pay for though ha ha
from what i have seen Russian Jack Springs DGC is still the reigning champ in overcharging for a day pass (this is a 9 hole course)at 11 on weekdays and 13 on weekends
Ive paid a dollar for a day pass to Play Hunington Beach multiple times and I dont mind because its a great course and it helps maintain the "pro shop" they have there


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