« on: July 13, 2013, 05:38:24 pm »
Brian C. We are playing lakeside in Olathe at 7am. Come on out. I'm there right now and its all nicely mowed too in addition to all pads being in. Last I saw Rosie it was a little long. Hope to see you.
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The Municipal Golf Course in Emporia uses 9 ball golf holes for us to play some truly beautiful golf on. (par 65 for worlds) Emporia Country Club gets absolutely taken over with disc golfers, as they let us use the entire course for some very tough golf. A few holes were made short for worlds, but it's still a blistering, and incredibly difficult par 61.
These courses are only available during tournament time and can usually be played (with golf carts!) up to 2 days before a tournament. After that they go back to Ball Golf. It was a wonderful experience as the entire town of Emporia embraced Disc Golfers for this long week.
...but there is a telescope....
Used to be. It is now gone.
All pads are complete and backfilled to include a nice smooth transition from dirt to tee!!
Pmart there will always be people who hate new ideas or judge before knowing. I like your idea, its been in the back of my brain for a while now, but like the formentioned said I do not have a track of land (atleast within 50 miles) of KC to attempt to do this. If anyone needs a grounds keeper for a private course, that will pay a decent salary, I will gladly do it. I will not need any workers, just equipment, and yes I have a degree in turf management, and soon to have a Business Management degree. Chainsaw, weedeater, backpack sprayer, 50-72" mower, hand tools, 18+ baskets, and time is all i need. Plenty of good guys that can do layouts/design around town. Just let me know when and where and i'll be there.
With that being said you should go check out SMPark. One of my co-workers left our course and went to JOCo parks and Rec and has been doing a bang up job on the course there. New gravel around pads, defined fairways, proper mowing and trimming, and it's not pay to play.