The argument has been made by Tom that Olathe is better prepared to handle the basic disc golf needs. While I do not disagree with that statement, I feel that Cliff Drive gives an opportunity to play disc golf and take in culture at such a high level, that one can not avoid it. It should not be siad that those of you wanting to understand the game, should head to Rosedale for Free Golf on Monday nights to learn about disc golf leagues, and how to behave. With that being said.....
So....Olathe has nice clean cement tee pads-we don't, we like to play in the earth that god created, not some sort of man made liquid and rock mixture (yet!)
Our #1 tee pad is located within the park itself, but the sign must have been hidden, it makes the chase of the game more exciting.
We have plenty of outdoor trees to visit for high volume nitrogen drop offs.
Though we do not have any shelters within the disc golf park area, we do have at times many homeless shelters that you can tell others about, or if you are in a spirited mood, you can ask nicely to leave the area (some times it can be quite interesting).
Though not formally a playground......we do have a playground of life, where differing cultures expand inthe park for a wide variety of activities that will shock and awe some, and others find interesting.....
Several of the Top Players play this course, and frequent the area, not always during leagues, but sometimes under the cloak of afternoon golf, keeping it hidden from others, so that they can enjoy it themselves.
This is after all the closest thing that we have to Jungle Golf in Kansas City MO, so come see what the excitement can be like on Mondays at Cliff Drive......
Did I mention that it has the highest Ace Fund total on Monday's, and in MO for disc golf right now? Why wouldn'tyou want to be here?