so i lived in california all my life well up until 5 months ago . and i must say that their are alot more course's out here then back home in the central valley. So not to dawg on my home state but damn california needs more course's !!!!!!!!!!!!!! for now im in the east coast so i say east coast has got it goin on for course's
I would say if you connect the dots from NYC Harbor to Warwick to Moraine to Idlewild to IDGC to Myrtle Beach and the East Coast shoreline back to NYC Harbor you'd find the best set of courses in the country, especially in terms of length, inside that square mileage.
I dunno - for most people it's more of a local evaluation than a regional one - in other words, what's the quality of the courses you can get to starting from home and driving for, say, an hour?
Here in the LA area (southern California) I've got half a dozen courses within half an hour that give me a good variety of challenges. The only other place I'm familiar with is Oklahoma City, where again I had half a dozen courses within half an hour. Again, a variety of challenges (although no serious elevation change) and I had no complaints.
I've played a lot of other places but not enough to call myself familiar with any of them. What would ruin it for me would be if I lived where the nearest course was two hours distant or, maybe, if I had one local course that so dominated the disc golf world that I'd be spoiled for anywhere else (think Santa Cruz, CA).
I have to say the north east has the best courses hands down.Some great course east and west but so many courses play the same,For a course to have something new to the player is what makes a course sweat so who is rite in all of this????? who knows