Found a Boss at pin 5 by the trees today.
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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?
We'll see if you hold the same views when there aren't any free courses left and discs cost $40 apiece.
More importantly, I feel it is the people who make this sport. The players who walk these tracks have the ability to promote a fantastic game in a top notch city. I have yet to meet anyone, random or otherwise, who does not represent KC and Disc Golf in an exceptionally positive light. Having been a member for only several months, I feel the cost more than pays for itself with the opportunity you are given.
It's small things like Disc Golf that can make life that much more enjoyable.
BeerI think there should be a last place prize.
It is going to be a little chilly in the morning.
Sucks to imagine what Swope will be like in a few years if it keeps losing trees at this rate.