I have heard about Norwalk from some of the guys at Deis of all places and they said that it was a must play course so I will have to make a trip over there. Are you close to this course as if we plan a trip maybe you can hook up with us for a round. What course have you decided to play in Columbus BTW? Take Care SHEP.
yes, it was confusing, I called the course pro for instructions. After #3 on WEST Swinney, cross OVER the river (the road bridge not foot bridge), stay on same side of road. Then #1's tee is just past the bridge on left for EAST Swinney course. To drive there is hard, it becomes a one way on that side of the bridge. Signage is lacking at East, but you can figure it out. Go around the pond to the right, then straight back and loop left and around the other side of the pond. West has tee signs, easy to follow.
tee signs I can't recall either....I don't think there were any. I live only a couple of minutes from the course, If I have time this week I'll try to stop by and see what the status of the course is. But this is a pretty busy week for me, so we;ll see.
i honestly don't know if the Jackson course is playable. I haven't played there in awhile. I know they were doing some construction in the area of the first basket but I assumed the rest of the course is good to go if the first basket isn't there
John I hope that you get the doubles going great there. Let me know how it goes as I am interested to see you suceed there. If you didn't know I am also in Ohio but in Northeast Ohio. I hope to meet ya in person someday for a fun round. Have you ever played any of the courses around this area? If not and you are interested let me know as Lake Shore Park is one of the best courses in Ohio. It is also my home course and I would love to host for ya sometime. If not keep up the great work that you are doing for the disc golf community and keep thrown. Take Care SHEP...
John, I've only been playing for less than a year, I tried a Pro Line Wraith but at the time didn't have to "spin" or technique to make a Wraith do much more than "go hard left" off the tee. I'm working on the 10 Speed larger rimmed Orc, it's flying straight off the tee and making a nice controlable left turn at the end.
The Orc will be my main driver for a while, I'm no where near being able to "overpower" it in the 165-170's weight ranges so that's good. I've got a beat up 157wt. Orc I use as a turnover disc, once I feel like I've got the heavier Orc under control I'll give the "Wraith" a re-try, thanks!