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Which courses are open year round

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Which courses are open year round

Postby tfu42 » Wed Nov 7, 2012 6:57 am

I am thinking about keeping disc golf going year round and wanted to know which courses are open? The only one I know about is Basil so far, any others?
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Re: Which courses are open year round

Postby BeauRoch » Wed Nov 7, 2012 8:01 am

Ellison and Churchville baskets are pulled by the Monroe County Parks Dept. each year (about this time). The rest of the courses should be available to play.

You should try to make it out to the Saturday morning Doubles at Basil which starts on Nov. 17th. Its always well run with a great turnout.

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Re: Which courses are open year round

Postby tfu42 » Wed Nov 7, 2012 12:45 pm

Thats awesome! I think I am going to make it would the 17th its a little earlier but I have been craving to participate in a tournament.
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Re: Which courses are open year round

Postby BeauRoch » Thu Nov 8, 2012 8:00 am

For clarification The "Winter League" starts on Nov. 17th at Basil and is a doubles format. The league will run every Saturday morning (no matter the conditions) at 9:20 so get there just after 9am so you can get signed in and paid (believe it is $10).
There is no obligation to play every week but if you play in 75%-80% of them then you will be eligible for the Finals.

This is a handicapped league and if you are new then our master handicapper and league co-manager The Dog (Doug Blighton) will put you through a series of play-level defining questions and come up with your handicap and as unscientific as it is it actually works quite well.

Again, hope you give it a shot and will see you out there on the 17th.

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