Where did you first learn to play disc golf? How long ago was that? I learned about the sport in 1993. North Bend, Oregon. Little 9 hole 2 pad PuttPutt course. We used to play doubles for dollars back in the day instead of going to high school.
http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=401 Steilacoom pr Steilly as it is known to the thos who play it. A firend of mine had play back disc back in his elementary days at the local rec center throwing at color poles. Fast forward several years, He wanted to try it again, so we used his Bachelor party as the reason... we bought a few discs each (based on disc coolness or color) not knowing which disc does what.. and from the sound of the first chains be rung I was hooked. % years later still crave the sound ona regular basis...
Here in Greenville SC about 3 years ago, had a roommate who had learned a Earlewood in Columbia and he took me and the other roommate out to Timmons Park, the first course in the Upstate and a great beginner course. The other roomie hasn't played picked up a disc after that, but I've been out discin' at least once a week ever since. Weird how the disc'addiction hits some people and completely misses others- he was a patchoulli-smelling long hair and it just didn't "speak" to him at all but hit me square in the nutsacTM
I discovered and played for the first time in 2004 and played at a little pitch and putt course call West Chester Lagoon a few times then played old Kincaid, both in Anchorage, Alaska. After that time, I never played again until May of '09 when my buddy got me to play. Ever since then I've played like mad and have modest OCD about it :P
Mid/late 80s, Northside Park, Gainesville, FL - me and a college friend got hooked playing several times a week. Noticed there was a dude on the course most every time we were there who could really throw, turned out to be Tom Monroe, he took us under his wing sometimes and taught us well.