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Cottage Grove Disc Golf Club


Cottage Grove Disc Golf Club

This is a newly formed club in Cottage Grove, Oregon.

Location: Cottage Grove, OR
Members: 76
Latest Activity: Jul 27, 2012


Discussion Forum


Hey Guys, Tee signs for The Grove are up, with the exception of hole 6, which is going to be swallowed up by hole 5 eventually; and holes 8, 14, 15, 17, & 18 were completely destroyed by…Continue

Started by Ryan Cole Jul 27, 2012.


So, here goes... I would like to start a random draw doubles on Monday nights at 6:00 pm. The purpose is to raise money for course maintenance and development. 5.00$ to play. CTP awards every now and…Continue


Started by Tom Chrestman. Last reply by Daniel gene lawson Dec 9, 2011.

Hole Names at The Grover 44 Replies

Heard any good names for holes at the Grove? Official or Unofficial serious or goofy. Any good G-rated names will eventually make it on Tee Signs.   1 The Jitters (Ryan Cole)12 there is a plethora of…Continue

Started by Adam Bell. Last reply by Adam Bell Aug 20, 2011.

Lost Discs to Chevron? 15 Replies

Just as at Dexter, is the Chevron across the way on Gateway used for lost discs? Their phone number apparently is not so easy to get now or I'd call and ask them. (Every single # listed as them on…Continue

Started by ColonelDracula. Last reply by Skipper H / Ripdiscgolf.com Jun 10, 2011.

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Comment by Dan Lucachick on November 3, 2009 at 12:19am
Hey Jesse, and everyone else who will be totally confused by the directions here on this site. Ignore those directions. The disc golf course is at the NW intersection of I-5 and the street at the bottom of the exit #174, which is called Row River Rd. However, you can't get to it by turning right at the bottom of the exit, because Row goes up over the railroad overpass and there are no right turns. So you have to go straight off the exit and work your way on the south side of Row until you get under the RR overpass. You do that by going a block south past Row and turning right on Oswald West. Go a block and turn R on 19th, which turns into Ostrander and leads you a few blocks west beside Row to the road under the RR overpass where you turn right under Row. Immediately after going under Row, turn right into the new Disc golf course. You will see a bench and Tee #1 on the left as soon as you get inside the gate. The work parties are usually centered out of sight of the entrance, so drive straight down the road where you will see the elevated pin placement on #2 and follow the tracks through the mud left of that to get to the central field where most of the work vehicles will be parked. If you have a pick-up with a tarp in the back, or a wheel barrow a shovel and a rake, you will be certain to be set for hauling either gravel or bark mulch for tee primping and trailmaking. The gravel and mulch are already there. We will be setting 27 pin collars, and pouring 11 teepads and depending on how many people show up, you might be kept busy with just getting those installed. The cement truck shows up at 10 AM and if you get there later, there will still be plenty of things to do. Someone should bring a cooler to make sure there is a place to keep cold drinks for sweaty workers. Tom like beer. I know for sure the Mirror Pond pale ale will disappear if placed in his hands. If you don't catch a work party soon, it will be too late for the first 18. Sunday should see it ready to play. Check with Tom if you can help with signs. Due to extra help from the City and their ditch mower and some hero disc golfer with a Cat, we will soon have to start work on getting the course expanded to 27 holes. Tom thinks I am crazy, but it seems to me that 27 sounds much nicer than 18. What do you think? From what I can tell, the City thinks Tom should run for Mayor. I know that Tom is getting burnt out and will need a few months of disc golf to recover, before Phase II begins, but I don't see any problem with 27 holes. Some people wonder if there is room, but they have never seen Northpark in Seattle. There is plenty of room. Just thought I would get you all thinking about more holes. Holes are nice.
Comment by Jesse Grasseth on November 2, 2009 at 3:19pm
Will anyone be a the course Friday during the Day. I think I can get the afternoon off to help out if someone is available to point me in the right direction.
Comment by Tab Weis on November 2, 2009 at 2:19am
I'm getting excited about playing this course. The baskets look good, the course is getting there, there are people working their butt's off to make this happen. Let's get'er done!!! All be out for sure Sat. to help pour tee pads, but maybe a couple times this week to get things ready!
Comment by Tom Chrestman on November 1, 2009 at 10:14pm
I was kidding about holding back baskets champ.. Also, just remember, everytime I post a work party, I have let people know that they can come ANY TIME they want. It is always open, and always available for work to be done, any day of the week. Many people are taking advantage of this. There is never scheduling issues, just people with higher priorities. Which I totally understand. Life is a busy thing. - - Thanks to all the others that have placed this installation as a priority in their busy lives and sacrificed some time. Even an hour a week adds up when lots of people show up over time. It means alot to me. I am not getting paid for the hundreds of hours that I have invested, just enjoyment watching others play the holes, and hanging out with great people. It has been the sweetest thing.. I have also learned alot from doing this, and gained some new perspectives about the local community of golfers. I will be glad to see it finished, and even more stoked that I will have my life back... In the end.. I would do it again though.
Comment by Mulvey on November 1, 2009 at 9:01pm
Just remember that people who may not have helped yet could have scheduling issues. And with all the courses we have had, not everyone has helped at every single course. I would think that if you put the baskets up, you would get a lot more foot traffic and people who shank one into the rough will be naturally clearing out debris as they play. It makes no sense to hold back on the baskets since all of you who have worked out there are probably the most excited to play the course. You would only be denying yourselves. I appreciate all the hard work you guys have done and I look forward to playing out there. Keep in mind that Dexter was created by a handful of guys as well.
Comment by Tom Chrestman on November 1, 2009 at 8:46pm
Picked up baskets today. Get excited... I will make a deal with you all, show up this next week for some work, and maybe I will let us have the baskets.. I am holding them for ransom until I get some work out of you lazy bums... (refering to those that haven't been there yet to enjoy a work day!)
Comment by Donovan on November 1, 2009 at 11:48am
The raised basket on Hole 2 is very cool!
Comment by Donovan on October 27, 2009 at 3:03pm
Hey guys, thanks for your hard work on the new course. I'm excited about playing there.
Comment by Tab Weis on October 25, 2009 at 12:53pm
Hey All,

Thanks Tom for starting this club. There is a lot of information on this site, and maybe we can get more people involved. You are right, there is soooo much work left to do, and I'm willing to do my part, hopefully others will do the same and maybe we can get this place together for you. See you all out there THIS WEEK! That's right, get your butts out there and help. You'll be proud of all that's getting done and when it's finished, we can all enjoy this great course, and feel like you were, at least, part of the process. If not, you'll miss the " good old fashion, rootin tootin... good ol' time". Thanks again Tom!
Comment by Gene Fackler on October 25, 2009 at 10:29am
I pulled a hamstring really bad Saturday so won't be out doing much for some time but will wlp more when I can. Thanks for all the work to all involved. It has been fun working on the course and seeing it progress.

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