Thanks for the nice comments folks, however it was a team effort like Caleb said. i have a group of folks that i know that i can count on. They do more than just post, they work. They were dependable, unselfish, and happy to give back. That is what makes the KCFDC so valuable. We can organize quickly and accomplish great things. i do not care about the attention, i care about tax dollars not being wasted. Mike was absolutely correct when he said this course will be here forever. I was concerned by a local P&R who were not as willing to listen and be as patient as the BSPR. And as a result, i feel that the way this course was routed, was negligent of the best land features. I do not walk around proclaiming to be a pro course desinger,i certainly have a great deal more to learn, but i have learned a great deal on several different projects and i consulted with many folks from the club. The routing for Young was discussed with several folks, and the KCFDC was extremely helpful and valuable in this whole process.
Caleb is correct about thanking everyone. I have thanked all the those that have helped in other threads and am very appreciative of their volunteerism. This course looked fantastic on opening weekend because of their hard work. I would have been nice to have thanked some other folks that posts here so often, but they were not available to help. There will be more work days in the future, so if you missed out, there will be more chances for you to give back. BSPR mentioned they wanted to open the course up in some areas so there will be opportunities to give back. Our courses are great in KC becuase of generous volunteerism of the KCFDC and local golfers, so once again thanks to the best disc golf club in the US.