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For all and any that LOVE playing, those that plan on coming and anyone that's never heard of Freeland Michigan's Tittabawasee Trails. A fantastic 18 hole course where you'll learn how to split wood. Very scenic, not real long & a challenge for all.

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Saturday the 30th 10am meet up 11am tee time All are welcome! 5 Replies

Started by RAY :[24Chains]:. Last reply by Jester May 30, 2009.

Wed Night Doubles Scores posted at ...... 2 Replies

Started by Keith Aten. Last reply by Keith Aten Apr 6, 2009.

Alright I'm the first to join! 4 Replies

Started by Guy Gill. Last reply by mr ed Jul 7, 2008.

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Comment by The FORCE on September 19, 2009 at 5:55pm
Sweet course guys
Comment by RAY :[24Chains]: on August 30, 2009 at 11:20am
nice work on the new logo! love the smoke effect!
Comment by Junior on August 3, 2009 at 2:43pm
jbird went ok at least for am3 even with a couple floater groups it went pretty smooth at least from a players spot
Comment by RAY :[24Chains]: on August 3, 2009 at 9:11am
Someone.... How did the Jbird go? Sorry I couldn't make it.
Comment by Jester on May 11, 2009 at 6:07pm
Ok I think I just found the answer to my own question. I looked up League scores and it looks like I need to improve by around 8-15 strokes lol. Oh well..Last year at this time I was trying to shoot under +20 on par 4's. Now Im shooting under +10 par 3's. Hopefully be the end of this year I'll be able to stay around even..
Comment by Jester on May 11, 2009 at 6:00pm
Whats considered a good round at Freeland? I've been wanting to join a league or even try a small tournament, because it seems most players I meet up with..I beat. Some by just a small margin but most by at least 10 strokes..and thats on an average day. If Im doing well, I kill them. Im not trying to be modest or anything but I really want to know if I stand a chance against people who have been at it for awhile. Or if I would actually be a contender if I entered a tournament. Playing Par 3's on freeland (and not shooting over the lake on 3) I average around +5. Normally no worse then +9. Is that good for the course? Am I decent? lol or should I be shooting par or under? All comments are welcome, but be gentle. Im really just trying to find out if I stand a chance..
Comment by Jester on March 31, 2009 at 5:48pm
Hey folks, if ya plan on going out to Freeland to play, bring some mud boots, or you'll be freezing. Just that little bit of rain we got the other day has greatly flooded most of the course. More water, more mud, and even more water. Hole 1 is almost completely under unless you throw a good shot off the tee. Hole 2, 3, and 4 are decent. Hole 5 is a bit sticky but better then its been lately. Hole 7 is horrid, throw to the left of the fairway and your in the water, throw in the fairway your in mud. Its extremely slippery going up the steps. On hole 10, the creek is running fast, so try not to throw your disc in there cuz she might not be there by the time you get down there. Hole 12, almost entirely under water, fairway and the brush. Unless you can throw distance, its most likely going to be wet. Hole 14 is still a bit wet, 15 is basically island hopping. Its almost entirely under water. And lastly hole 18 stay on the fairway or stay to the slight right and you'll be ok, anything else and your going swimming or muddin..
Comment by Jon Andrews on March 18, 2009 at 9:40am
Hey, I plan on playing the course this Saturday, how is it looking ?? Do I need to wear my mudding boots ?
Comment by get your discs and godiscn on March 9, 2009 at 12:30am
alrighty Freeland Friends, Wednesday, March 11th at 5:00 pm we'll be starting the regular season of league play. Any questions can be directed to Matt Wiles, a friend in this group and the new guy that will be at Tittabawasee Park every Wednesday to oversee the registration and evening play. Thanks Matt for stepping up and running the show this year. You may have noticed that this year the meeting day has switched from Thursday to Wednesday. This was done to accommodate a few new work schedules and also because Freeland Parks often have concerts on Wednesday nights allowing for a good musical backdrop to a round of disc golf. The Midland League Night will now be Thursday (but not starting up just yet). Weather allowing, Pinconning League may start within a couple of weeks, notices will follow for Pinny and Midland. And any day now there' will be a new Stevens on the planet, starting a dad and son disc golf duo that will be feared for years to come. Hey Jason, let us know when the baby comes.
Comment by James Crawford on February 16, 2009 at 8:34pm
lol, i like that picture, i should have it put on a polo and wear it to tournaments... haha that wouldn't be egotistical at all...

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