« on: May 22, 2015, 04:43:12 pm »
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Nah he just don't like TD's in general right Utz? No brews, no parties, what's a guy gotta do to have some fun on the disc golf course?!
The course is far from placement golf. It is more how far can you throw? But hey what do I know. The "future" is here and guess what? It's still not a course people like to play.
My apologies as I have yet to get keys to Kujo to move pins. I hope this isn't throwing a major wrench into things. Life has been a bit of a whirlwind lately so I'll do my best to get them to him asap when I have a spare day.
I think you should leave the course as long and hard as possible...It seems this is a course where your drive placement is a big part of your score...To me that is the future of discgolf.. Having to place your drive accuratly for a good up shot to make a par is far more challenging then going for a birdie on everything..
Just my opinion though..
a while back i sent a list of all placements that will not work or have chains missing to lock the basket.......UTZ?
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I wanted to write a novel in response. This is what I ended up saying:
I'm an advocate for parks and a board member of the Kansas City Flying Disc Club. Disc Golf is one of the fastest growing recreational activities in the country and beginning to be taught as a Lifetime Sports Activity through Physical Education classes. This sport fits more in line with your mission statement of "clean and healthy environment for people of all ages, with a continuing focus on disadvantaged youth" than zip lines. Zip lines require specific physical requirements and is a cost prohibitive activity, much more so than disc golf. The rationale behind this decision is flawed and shows a true misunderstanding of the sport, its cost, and the ability of individuals of all physical capacities to participate.