If you are not playing the Mighty Mo, please come out and lend a hand. We have had disc golfers come out and lend a hand and lend their machinery ie Steve Dresser, Adam Johnson, Bill Lentz and family, Ted Keith, Mark Alfrey, 2 different Boy Scout Eagle projects. However,i am not trying to diminish their hard work, but this project would have never been possible without the ridiculous generosity of Messengers Lawn Care. They have spent close to 30k in donated labor, machinery, fuel, skid operators, wood chips, chemicals, chain saw crews, wood chippers, etc.
We are so close to being playable, please help us make that happen. And playable is used loosely, because cutting through dense forest is incredible task. The course will still be very rough in spots, but golfers can come out and adopt a hole and clean up, tidy up, and make the course look more refined.
We are doing a trial run tomorrow setting a sleeve. We are using an in ground anchor sleeve kit sold by Disc Nation, but it fits remarkably well for the DB5. So any of you that have DB5's you can buy the kits for a cheap price and have the freedom to move your baskets around at your personal/home courses and lock them up securely.
6-16-12 workday at 9am Fox Hill Elementary