I could use some type of disc retriever but the deck seems like a poor idea since park is supposed to be dry. Hard to sit on a deck and party with out adult beverages.
Funny stuff though about the wooded holes. You must love some open hole golf? That Ted guy is one wild and crazy guy. Is he a temp/seasonal worker? Or are you talking about Tom who loves to throw old beat up dog chewed on discs?
Hole #1- There needs to be a fence or wall to keep discs from rolling into the pond.
Hole #2- A large deck needs to be built on the pond, for parties and to save discs
Hole #7- All trees need to be cut down in the fairway
Hole #9- See hole 7
Hole #12- See hole 7
Hole #15- Large tubes need to be assembled on each line that will take the disc to the basket. The fork in the road could add to the excitement.
Hole #16- same as 15, but just one easy to assemble tube.
Next time I run into Ted with Liberty parks I will hit him up with a few of these issues. Ted is a player, I ran into him at Jesse James a month or so back, i think he plays regularly.
Hole 14 you are correct about the wooded overgrowth on left of the tee. They really do need to be cleaned up some and get some of the overgrowth out to open up some sight lines. It is a little hard to see if someone is bombing through there. That is a great point. Thanks Ben.
Disc Demon, i think i met you the other day. You really a funny guy and that was a fun round.... no matter how many times you threw into the ponds. I hope we can get out and throw some more holes soon.