« Last post by jack on Today at 01:25:36 PM »
62 views on asking for help in expanding the course.....no comments. So obviously no one wants to help, if we can't help the course, then why battle as I have been. I can see it is time to pull it based on the lack of communication is what I am saying.
I don't think that anyone has done more to try to work on moving the course than myself. I installed it, and I guess I will pull it. It appears to me to be that simple.
I am already feeling as though we have too many courses in the area to clearly "control" as a club. Trash is unkept in many, workdays are rarely attended except by a few staunch individuals, and the goals of well.....I gotta play a tourney have taken over in KC.
I started to love KC in the 90's because the courses looked great, people cared about it, and they showed up to help. I haven't seen that, and as such the behind the doors meetings that many of you don't know have happened, the lies by others to me about things within the course and the sheer disregard for comments about the expansion and the need for help generating absolutely any interest leaves me with a screw it attitude.
I have worked and given a lot over the years to help disc golf in KC. I will work as hard as I ask anyone else to ask, if not more, but I am tired of the lack of support and dedication (with the exception of a few, and you know who you are in my book) to do things in town by many within our community.
Bottom line, there are quite simply too many courses and not enough people willing to do work to keep us at the top from volunteers. I am not talking about disc golf companies vested interest in their local course, but rather the drive and desire to help within the club to support courses and work to build on making them great, not only your game.
We have too many users and not enough care takers, as such the time has come in my mind to pull the course and utilize the land for other activities and not worry about it, and have those that do give work within the area that they live instead of driving many miles away to help.
I think it is quite simple, and it should free up others to do more on another course to hopefully help it become better.