So I am playing one of my best rounds and come up on the 16th hole. There is a couple lying on a blanket 5 ft. from the basket. So I decided to skip the hole for now. I mentioned to them that people were going to be throwing disc toward the basket. I was very polite. They said that the group before me told them that too. But they stood their ground. They weren't rude, just ignorant. I know it is a public park and I have the highest regard for public safety. So I went back to the hole after finishing #18 and told them I was going to be throwing. They were at least respectful to move their blanket 5 ft furthur. I have good aim but not always. Anyhow, I birdied the hole landing 10 feet opposite where they were. And I thanked them for moving. I went to the Park Director as I was leaving and explained the situation. (the course had been closed before because somebody hit a kid). The director was kind of enough to go out and explain it to the couple. Park respect goes both ways.