Gods country out there thank you for the tour and the hospitality. So what color was that leopard (light blue) I'm hopeing. I would also like to join the air fairways club to help support disc golf courses I loved, and lastly do you any more montana states bosses left ifso I will send moneys, the putter, and some pictures from the event all together. -jzk
What up Seth!!! Thanx for the great tournament, it was alot of fun. Please let me know if you guys need any help getting Swords Park on the map. I would like to see it set up with nice teeboxes and baskets, I think it would be sweet!!!
I think you need to consider your likely user base. Gold level courses (over 8000 ft) are not as popular overall with most players even those with the skills to play them because they take so long to play. If you design a challenging blue level course in the 6000-8000 range, it can be popular for daily play. Then, consider designing but not installing 8-10 extended temp tee locations to produce an extended layout if you ever host a major tournament. Two or even three sets of tees on a course is the way to serve all levels of players even if not all sets are hard surface tee pads.