Thank you! And I haven't played in years, but why I'm here might interest you and others. I'm a landscape architect, and although I'm leaving soon, work for the City of Oakridge, OR. We just completed a master park plan that calls for a disc golf course, and there is a 18-20 acre site for the location. It's part open, part wooded, has two 20' wide streams, a good size pond, and is all bordered by Salmon Creek. Even though I'm moving on to another city, I intend to help them design and make construction plans. However, not having the expertise, I'll need help from people like you! For example, I know a course nearby that is all par 3. I'd like a "signature hole" that's a true par 5, as I hear they are rare. Would that be good or bad? Things like that I need to know... :) So that's my story, and while I'm real busy at the moment, I intend to pursue this endeavor. Thanks!
Hey Donny. Sorry about the Delay on the Invite for the King County Disc Throwers Club. BUT, I cannot figure out what the Hay is going on. I have the settings set correctly, don't know what to do. Can't respond to the invites or add members and no one can join from the page. I'll have to wait and see if I hear back from Terry for some troubleshooting. Sorry Bro. Will get back to you...
Hey Donny. Thanks for your interest and wanting to join the King County Disc Throwers Club! Did you have a problem trying to join? Should be able to go to the Club page and hit the "Join" link at the top right. I double checked the admin. settings and it IS set to Anyone can join. If you have any problems, please let me know! I am a Computer Idiot...Here is the link to the Club page :
Thanks Donny for your welcome :) I am actually looking to start playing but dont know how to get started. I am looking for a group local to Hemet.. any suggestions. I have two other people who are interested in playing too. One played before back east and another friend would be a beginner like me :)
Thanks for the welcome, have only been at this a few weeks but having a great time. Went to a PDGA ev ent the first weekend, no sesnce messing around. Meeting alot of great people. Good luck and I hope you have a terrific weekend.
Thanks man!!! I actually just got my first ace yesterday, 210 ft s-curve nailed the chains with a friggin' Wahoo lol. Only thing is... I had no one there to witness it. Someone showed up like 30 seconds later as I was standing at the tee making a video with my phone and he asked me "did you just make that?", and I said, "I wish you would've showed up about a minute earlier."