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    I always love playing new course and would love to throw this on my list but cant find anything anywhere...

    Any help?
    If you throw just for fun, you wait for the sun.:yay:
    But if you love the game, who cares if there is rain!!!:trophy:

  • #2
    Originally posted by Matthew Morris View Post
    I always love playing new course and would love to throw this on my list but cant find anything anywhere...

    Any help?
    There is an ummarked object course there.

    Which begs the question - if a course has no baskets, tees, or signs is it really a course?

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    • #3
      It depends if you are a ninja or not.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Scott View Post
        There is an ummarked object course there.

        Which begs the question - if a course has no baskets, tees, or signs is it really a course?

        its marked you just have to know where to look...


        so i say yes its still a course, as much as you can go to any "public" piece of property and throw at trees and make a course up.
        "In Discatarianism We Trust"

        :cheers:

        :cool:sigpic

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        • #5
          Originally posted by NWDiscer View Post
          its marked you just have to know where to look...


          so i say yes its still a course, as much as you can go to any "public" piece of property and throw at trees and make a course up.
          I had some nice mini disc golf holes set up on Mt Tabor once or twice...

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          • #6
            Someone told me yesterday that a big chunk of the Tabor "course" is now a dog park. Of course, he may have been referring to a different unmarked "course."
            Oregon disc golf map

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            • #7
              ok, so it is unmarked to the naked eye but were do i start and how does it flow if i want to play it, is there some sort of treasure map i need to find first because i want to know were to look...
              If you throw just for fun, you wait for the sun.:yay:
              But if you love the game, who cares if there is rain!!!:trophy:

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Matthew Morris View Post
                ok, so it is unmarked to the naked eye but were do i start and how does it flow if i want to play it, is there some sort of treasure map i need to find first because i want to know were to look...
                ok so Wed. is the best day because the park is closed to car traffic and that pretty much frees up the park except for a few locals, except today is not a good day 4 me to show you around the standard 18 hole layout...

                However if you want i believe that i could show you around next week...unless i find employment between now and then.

                i usually park @ 69th & Yamhill


                as far as the Dog area i know where there used to be leash off areas not sure if they have added any new 1's though?

                "In Discatarianism We Trust"

                :cheers:

                :cool:sigpic

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                • #9
                  Wha wait....Mt Tabor has a disc golf course??? I used to hike that park all the time and never saw such a thing!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by NWDiscer View Post
                    ok so Wed. is the best day because the park is closed to car traffic and that pretty much frees up the park except for a few locals, except today is not a good day 4 me to show you around the standard 18 hole layout...

                    However if you want i believe that i could show you around next week...unless i find employment between now and then.

                    i usually park @ 69th & Yamhill


                    as far as the Dog area i know where there used to be leash off areas not sure if they have added any new 1's though?

                    Oh oh would you show me too?? 8)

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by softwinterwhispers View Post
                      Oh oh would you show me too?? 8)

                      i suppose... shall we say start around 10:30ish

                      ok Matt u in? who else wants to join? lets make a mini gathering of it.
                      "In Discatarianism We Trust"

                      :cheers:

                      :cool:sigpic

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                      • #12
                        This.... sounds really awesome. I have a crazy free form schedule, and I know I haven't met y'all before, so I don't know if I can make it but I would love to see this. I am likely moving into SE soon so it would be nice to know a local course. Cheers.

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                        • #13
                          I am in absolutely, this should be fun... 10:30 works great!!!
                          If you throw just for fun, you wait for the sun.:yay:
                          But if you love the game, who cares if there is rain!!!:trophy:

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                          • #14
                            is that a real question?

                            Originally posted by Scott View Post
                            There is an ummarked object course there.

                            Which begs the question - if a course has no baskets, tees, or signs is it really a course?
                            Of course it's a course!
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                            • #15
                              A course is a course, of course, of course... unless it's a 3 course meal with horse?

                              Woodland Park in Seattle is an unmarked tree course that has been played for decades... Probably a more significant 'course' than any of the basket courses in the city, as it was the first. It even had one of its holes on the cover of Disc Golfer magazine(or whatever it was called at the time). I would consider anything a 'course' as long as it's been played several times(and the tee/target are established)...
                              Last edited by Toby Puttzinski; April 15th, 2011, 09:44 AM.
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