I was out working helping some friends in Trinity county on my weekend, which bummed me out becuse the nearest DGC was in Weaverville (45 minutes away). Then my friend sugested that we make a course on his property the next day. We all were up partying late, drinking tequila and beer, but me unlike them was still up at 8:30 ready to go to work. I decided that well they were all sleeping I would get out and start making the course. In a few hours I had 9 holes layed out with sticks for pins and rock piles marking tees. Not to toot my own horn, but I think its probably the funnest 9 holer that I've ever played. It's got elevation change, sometimes BIG elevation change, lefts, rights, a low celing hole, OB, long holes, short holes, and a mix of open and wooded holes. I made sure to make it a loop that came back to the house. I played it once then came back, everyone was still aslep, so I went for another. On the second loop I got an ace on hole 7 a big Anhyzer around a big oak tree, no one was around though so it didn't count for shit. I finished up the round then went back again, still no one up, so off for a third. I decided to change a couple holes to make them harder or safer, hole 7 got tucked back in between two old dead oaks, to make it harder sence I aced it on my second round. I piled more rocks to make the tees more visable. After that people were starting to rise from the dead, hungover and hurting. We made some food and worked for a while, but before I left I wanted to make sure that I showed someone else the course, so I took out a guy that was working w/me that hadn't realy disc'd before. He had a fun time and was improving in his game hole by hole. When we got up to hole 4 I steped up and zung it right at the pin, but a little to the right w/ my Star TL. It skiped off the ground a few feet away and right into the pin. The guy I was playing with was suprised at how excited I got, but thats becuse he didn't know how rare an ace is, especialy on the day it was designed. We had a great rest of the round, though the last hole down the hill was a little hard for beginers, its tons of fun for experinced players.