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I'm looking to move from my current location of Gillette, WY to a city with a solid disc golf scene. I'm skilled enough to play competitively but my current area has only one course that's on the opposite side of town. I'm looking for any and all suggestions. Thanx

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Move to the Denver area. Its got a great scene, a wonderful variety of courses, employment is not too difficult to find (compared to other parts of the country), and its quality of life is second to none. Not only that, but it wouldn't be long move from Gillette.

 

 

the actual courses in denver are not bad but not the greatest. I played some around Arvada which were pretty cool due to the desert scene they had which I being from WI am not used too.  I also enjoyed Johnny Roberts Memorial DGC with all the ob and short technical shots. I was there in March boarding at Breck so didn't get to play any of the mountain courses.
If I could live in any city for DG it would be Denver, there are about 45 courses within 50 miles of that city.
again not all can even be called courses, one I went to that was on a map I acquired from the Phoenix dg shop didn't even have tee pads. I guess it depends on whether you are a quality or quantity type of guy?? 

I heard the Quad Cities has some good Disc Golf.

 

I have heard that Kansas City is the Disc Golf Mecca....

Year round golf. My vote is for the Seattle, Tacoma, WA area. I've been going up a few times a year (come on August!!!) and I still haven't scratched the surface. Oh, but you have to like clouds and rain. Portland, OR is pretty sick tooo! I mean, come on. How could you not like a town (Portland) were there motto is "Keep Portland Weired" These are also some great areas to do other things besides disc golf....hiking, camping....incert any outdoor activity....The vibe is just awesome.

If you want a smaller town feel. Eugene OR is a GREAT college town and there are a handfull of courses around there, but what I always love when I go up there are the people. They are very cool and the disc golfers are even nicer...I love it up there!

Not to change the subject, BUT, when are you gonna be up here RESCUE????? We gotta get together for a round!!!

Coming up the 1st weekend in August! Friday through Monday. Hoping to play a few rounds..:) We'll be staying near Riverside (DGC) and White River is the 2nd closest. So hitting up one or both for sure, but no trip would be complete without  Seatac!

Riversides my buddies home course. So that's a for sure!

Message me when you get up if you feel like having someone to point and laugh at while you play!!
Will do!
I'm partial to my home town of Dayton Ohio...thats right! Here in Dayton we have 13 courses within about a 30 min drive all 18 courses. Then if you expand the drive say 1 1/2- 2 hr drive, we fall in between Cincinnati and Columbus which each has a decent disc golf scene, I would say we have over 50 within that drive time!

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