It's all good, that course pisses me off most of the time, too. But it's a great place to learn your finesse shots.
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seems like a much easier walk down to 10's pin now, my knees like that!!!!
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I would understand a KU fan wanting to charge a UNI fan to play disc golf in Johnson County, although I think just having to look at all those well-to-do yuppie f*cks and their storybook suburban lives ought to be payment enough. I hope every Christmas tree in Johnson County, Kansas, catches fire and burns down the house it's in this year. Now I don't actually mean any of that, but Spencer did ask for it and well, it was kinda fun to type it out.
The government doesn't approve of the term "Christmas trees." They are holiday trees.
I used to be a flyfisherman, I fished all over and all the time. Now I only flyfish in remote areas with are hard to get to. The streams I used to fish have been overran with hoards of people both respectful and destructive. I can see waiting a long time to play and have all ready followed players that just threw their trash on the ground with a trash can near by.
DG has most often been compared to skateboarding as it pertains to its rise and its mainstreaming. Now, I'm not a skateboarding expert, but it seems like the equipment is probably comparably priced to what it used to be and there are still quite a number of free skate parks on public lands. There are probably also a number pay to skate parks, but those haven't replaced the free places, just added to them.
We will NEVER get to the point of ball golf, which is what I think you are afraid of. Ball golf was adopted by the aristocracy at a very early age. The wonderful part of the aristocracy is their utter unwillingness to change. Our game won't be co-opted by them and will always be a game of the common man. Any implication otherwise is lunacy.
Warning: Only a handful of people will benefit from disc golf growing into the mainstream. Overwhelming odds are that you, the reader, are not one of those people. Be careful what you wish for.
Everyone would benefit from disc golf growing into the mainstream. More people would know about it and likely play it, and we'd have more pull to get choice pieces of land to make incredible courses.
You don't have to be making money from the sport to benefit from more people knowing about it.
And, after all, shouldn't we be hoping that more people get to learn about the wondrous flight of a golf disc?