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So our local disc club has managed to get ourselves 18 baskets. very excited at the prospect of laying out our cities first ever proper permanent course. (Our current course is tree targets, we have a couple mobile baskets which we occasionally put up)

We now need to approach the parks department to get permission to install the baskets, any on been down this road and have some tips to share.

We are down in South Africa, so sure things are slightly different in the states, but if their are any universal truths you would like to share... knowledge is power.

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Little change and lower impact on the the land used to set up a course.
Yeah good point, we dont want to change anything landscape wise, the park is huge with many natural fairways etc... and important i suppose to emphasis that point. thanks.
Hey Nic, I know that in Michigan...money talks. Show how an increase in park usage means increased money for local businesses and even the park.
Here are some helpful documents from the PDGA website:

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