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  • Keizer Rapids DGC Changes

    From: City of Keizer

    May 28, 2013

    Hole 18 has been condemned for safety reasons. Due to safety concerns for all park users some changes have occurred to the Keizer Rapids Disc Golf Course. The danger for pedestrians being hit with high speed flying discs was the major determining factor for condemnation of Hole 18. A new Hole 17 was created and the old Hole 17 has been lengthened to become the new Hole 18. Keizer Korps worked in conjunction with City of Keizer Parks Staff and disc golf pro players to determine the new hole layouts. Keizer Korps worked very hard and donated funds for new tee pads. Follow the white stakes to the new Hole 17 tee pad from Hole 16ís pin.

    Hole 14 has an alternate Par 4 long pin location at 507ft dogleg 150ft behind Hole 15ís tee pad. Hole 15ís fairway and the brush around Hole 14ís pin is considered OB. The island brush short of in Hole 14ís short position is considered OB. OB has been determined to reduce trampling of brush and those areas are highly infested with Poison Oak. Hole 15 is also a Par 4 in its long location.

    Keizer Korps are volunteers working diligently at removing Scotch Broom, Poison Oak and Vine Ivy. Please get involved as a Keizer Parks Volunteer. Contact KeizerKorps@hotmail.com for more information.

    Jason Bruster
    Keizer Parks Advisory Board / Keizer Korps
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