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My Buddy Jack and I are going to try play 6 courses tomorrow:
1) Yetter Park - East Stoudsburg, PA
2) Jordan Creek - Whitehall, PA
3) Tinicum - Erwinna, PA
4) Chimney Rock - Bridgewater, NJ
5) Greenwood Meadows - Warren, NJ
6) Harry Dunham Park - Liberty Corner, NJ
or we my replace the last 3 which are only 9 holes each with
Alexandria - Alexandria, NJ

I recently played a different day of disc golf, that we deemed El Quatro, in which we played all 4 layouts of Breakwell Steel/Warwick - Warwick, NY. It took 3 of us 11hrs and 37min to play 72 holes - par 236 at 26,872 feet (that's just over 5 miles).

how about you?

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That sounds like a ton of disc golfing, good luck.
We recently Played Beauty, Beast, Golliath, and Leviathan over in Ludington Michigan all in one day. 24 holes each. It took the three of us from about 8:00am till almost 10:00pm with a break fur lunch.
One of the most physically intense days of disc golf ever.

Luckily for us Beauty, Beast, and Golliath are all in the same park. Sometimes when we try to take a day trip to new courses the travel between courses can take longer than expected. Make sure you account for that, and make sure you pack a lunch or just bring a big case of beef jerky. LOL
Good luck sounds like fun.
Stock up on 5 hour energy,beer and painkillers.
That is sweet...one of these days I'm going to play Warwick myself. Gotta hop on the silver bird and just do it!!!
We have a tournament in my area where we play 5 area courses its called the ironman. The distance between all the courses makes it hard to do more because we start at 6am and barely finish before dark some people are getting out the glow discs and glow sticks by the last course.
Good luck. We played 4 courses in Toledo and SE Michigan last Tuesday - Ottowa, Parmalee, Vienna, and finished up at Lake in the Woods in Ypsilanti (all 24). That included a relaxed lunch at Frickers (with the big fricken burger), and a visit to the Throw Shop. A little bit of thunder, a few minutes of light rain, and that was it. Fantastic day.

Next up on my list - Ludington.

One word of advice to anyone doing this - hydrate. Everything else is gravy.
hey now,might want to check out the Rutgers dg course.Not too far from Chimney Rock dg course.Enjoy.
well we totally changed our course order. we only got in 4 courses because my friend had to be somewhere at 7pm. so we left the last course at 6. easily enough time to play 2 more (9 hole) courses right by where we stopped. we still threw over 4 miles. i'm beat.
If you're going to play all day: Hydrate - pack a cooler (with water and sports drink), bring extra shoes and socks - morning dew makes for wet feet, forget about the score - still keep track but it's about quantity over quality, save the 5hr energy for the 3rd round.

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