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>1. Snow Mnt. DG at Snow Mountain YMCA Camp: The
>course has a lot of short holes to start and it
>really a PIA to locate some holes. To get to the
>#1 Tee (all dirt), park at Commons (dining hall),
>park at the bottom of the hill, in the spots
>closes to the road. You will see the #1 tee "(it's
>not marked at all). There are "tiny stake signs"
>to take you to #2 tee, that's only marked by a log
>face with a "tiny" black 2. Three is marked ok, 4,
>well to be honest we couldn't find the "TEE", we
>found what we hoped was #4 basket and threw from
>the semi flat spot by the building, the throw goes
>uphill at an angle.
>
>#5 tee starts the real part of the mountain
>course, the BRUSH is HIGH so watch were your disc
>goes!!!!!! The other tee's from 6 to 11 are maked
>but you gota look for the "wood stake signs", we
>NEVER found #12 tee, #13 tee, through #18 are a
>bit shorter, VERY wooded holes, that criss-cross
>each other. Again all the tee's are just "DIRT"
>and 18's tee is just a little sign that shows the
>#18.
>
>The course would have been a lot more fun if it
>was "MARKED" decently but it's not a bad course,
>nothing fantastic or awesome. You can tent camp on
>the grounds but remember it's a YMCA camp so no
>heavy parties.
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>Pioneer DG Course, Hot Sulphur Springs, CO. :
>This is a "backwoods" course from hole 1 thru 7,
>it's basicly in a "marshland" area, and the BUGS
>are hell, (If you don't wear lot's of bug
>replelent for the mosqutio's, you will REGRET
>IT!!) From 8-18 is more a semi-arid terrain type
>course that has a lot of "HIGH BRUSH". It is
>decently laidout except it's hard to find Tee #6
>and #13, as they kinda "double back" from the last
>holes baskets.
>
>There are two tough shots, that are right along
>the Colorado River, #1 and #14 if you put the disc
>in the river, "IT'S GONE"!!!! At least all the
>Tee's have nice RUBBER PADS so footing is good.
>To be honest we enjoyed the course, except for the
>massive mosquitos!!
>I wouldn't call this a "Mountain Course" as per
>say. You might want to try ASPEN area courses, (no
>I haven't played them, I'm a newbie player). BTW,
>to get to the course you turn down Grand County
>Rd. #20, which is just past the two cafe's on the
>main road, turn right, then left over a bridge,
>then right on the first dirt road, follow the tiny
>road for .6 mile, you will pass the #1 tee and
>come to a small dirt opening on the left, that has
>a "Sign with a silver mailbox", that's the parking
>area and you'll see #18's basket. Tee #1, is back
>down the road, a tiny bit, on the left side (by
>the river). 2nd. BTW, it's a looooong walk to Tee
>#2, just keep following the signs and the path.
>
>Well I hope that helps, both courses are a good
>way to spend 3 hrs. but if your looking for "high
>alt. massive long throws, etc. you'll be
>disapointed!!
>
>Take care, have FUN, Throw Plastic!!
>
>B.J. (bogeyman) Ondo :)

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