Nice, I'm going to have to check that one out when I get a chance. I have been out neer Jackson, but not in a realy long time. When I get down that way again I'll have to hit you up to go play a round.
Ouch, PO in the middle of winter is harsh! I get PO from time to time, but it seams prety random when I have a reaction to when I don't. The Finnon Lake course has alot of cool people working on it, and I would say to give it another try when you get a chance, it's prety fun. How far away is the New Hogan Dam course that you have listed under your #2?
I've been up to the Finnon Lake course, and I guess it must have been after they cleaned up a bunch of the poison oak, becuse it wasn't as bad as I've heard alot of people describe it. My big problem with the course was the rubber tee pads. It was raining and it made them super slick so I just used the dirt to the sides. I would say if your going to go up there, just go up when the Poison Oak isn't in season. I've heard of a course in Polock Pines that just got listed on dgcoursereview.com. It said that it was a 9 hole course, but didn't say that it was private. I wonder if its the same course?
I grew up in Garden Valley just up the hill from Coloma.
Your definatly right most of the courses up here are beutifull, as long as you avoid Coopers Gulch and the "bog of eternal stench" at Manila. In all honesty there are over 2x as many unlisted courses as there are listed ones. Do you know of any unlisted courses up in EDC?
What's up fellow Ox? I noticed that you are from Cameron Park, I grew up in El Dorado Co., in the hills to the east of you. Allways cool to see another EDC Golfer on the site. If your ever up here in Humboldt Co. hit me up and I'll show you around to some cool courses.
Not sure if my next tourney, I would love to play the Christamas Open but not sure yet and its probably almost full already. I am up for a weekend round any time, or an after work round at Marconi. Any time let me know.
On behalf of Juliana Korver, I am honored to announce her inaugural ladies-only disc golf event: Juliana Korver Presents La Vie en Rose.
This unique event will take place February 14-15, 2009
at The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, FL.
In Juliana’s words:
"Are you curious why this disc golf adventure has the name that it does? Literally La Vie en Rose translates to “the life in rose”. The English equivalent to this is “life through rose-tinted glasses” or even “life is rosy”.
If someone looks at something through rose-tinted glasses, they see only the pleasant parts of it. It is a way of life. It is an attitude that I aspire to maintain.
La Vie en Rose is a disc golf event that intends to combine many of the pleasant tournament aspects that we have experienced over the years as well as present new ones that will create a wonderful, memorable and rosy weekend.
This event is about warm fuzzies, feeling good and friendship. I hope that you all can experience the weekend through rose-tinted glasses and perhaps even take the attitude home with you to help you appreciate all that is good in life.
This will truly be a unique weekend that I hope and expect you will love."
Juliana has made the initial event announcement in person at the U.S. Women’s Disc Golf Championships and on the PDGA discussion board. For lots more information visit the tournament website:
Shawn Harrigan and I are the Co-TD’s for this event. We’d love to have your input, assistance, and sponsorship. Please e-mail email@example.com if you are inclined to help Florida welcome the ladies of disc golf to a wonderful weekend of competition and comradery.
Yours In Flight,
Mark “Denny” Ritner
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