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Minneapolis Area Golfers wanted

Started May 8, 2010

Where the most courses are
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Nathan Oct 14, 2009.

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Started Oct 12, 2009

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Steve West replied to Ryan S. Flahive's discussion Course Survey
"Wirth Par 3 is all par3 (duh!) Fort Snelling is par 64 for red tees, 60 for blue, and 59 for gold (three sets of tees). "
Aug 24, 2012
Steve West replied to Norm Cole's discussion Creative ideas for those of us who do not live in/near DG meccas?!
"Most parks have laws against leaving anything in the park without written permission."
Jul 16, 2012
Steve West replied to david swamp thing black's discussion What would you do to improve a basket?
"The solution to everyone's complaints about the chains is to get rid of the deflection device entirely.  Just have the tray.  No pole above it.   Completely symetrical.  Completely fair.  Solves the "putts are too…"
Jul 5, 2012
Steve West replied to david swamp thing black's discussion Intercity disc golfing
"Actually, any city with a core that is densely populated enough to have thugs will probably not have the land available for disc golf.  Any courses will tend to be out near the sticks."
May 24, 2012
Steve West replied to skip nagelvoort's discussion article for disc golf in west michigan
""The sport is growing so fast that you probably won't be the only ones out there playing for the first time.""
May 8, 2012
Steve West replied to Tim Arnsmeyer's discussion Course Help
"Who is the course owner? What do they want the course to do?  What are the limitations on resources (land, funding, volunteer labor)? Set out the goals that the owner has for the course before you start anything."
Apr 21, 2012
Steve West replied to David Muntean III's discussion How to determine par?
"You say par isn't important, yet you have your own "pars" for the courses you play.  That term "my own par" describes what everyone wants to know.   What should I score if I don't mess up?  Did I do…"
Apr 8, 2012
Steve West replied to David Muntean III's discussion How to determine par?
"1/e (~37%) has some information theory things going for it, and because that's enough players to tell me that a hole can be played that way (=par) without a miracle happening.  Par is better than average, because average includes all the…"
Apr 7, 2012

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Acorn Park
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Counting the ones in the ponds and bushes?
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At 10:03pm on June 9, 2011, david k. reisner said…
mahalo steve , for friending me . i guess you saw my post , and i know you have designed many a courses over the years . you will be a valuable resource . aloha !
At 7:33pm on November 13, 2009, Godfather said…
I noticed in one of the message board forums you did some statistics calculations for a proposed course in a small town. I am hoping that you could do the same for me. I'm planning on making a proposal to the city council of a small town outside San Diego. As you know Morley Field needs some relief. I was thinking Mast Park in Santee is a great location. It would be tremendous to put your kind of statistical analysis into my proposal. Please let me know if I can do anything to help.
Dale "Godfather" Chambless
At 3:01pm on October 22, 2009, Terry "the Pirate" Calhoun said…
I just love the stuff you do - just saw the throw pattern on Hole 15 at MBD. It works out by your pixels much like I expect, although it is actually more like 300' than 340, now that I have been able to measure it.

That course is WAY too packed in, but I had to make last minute changes when we lost access to a much bigger chunk of land . . . As. Construction. Was. Starting! Not fun to re-design in 24 hours what had previously taken 2 years :(

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