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    I was on my way to Cape Disappointment state park this summer and drove by a fun looking DGC along side of Hwy 8 in Elma, WA. Unfortunately we were rushing to get to our campground before dark and didn't have time to stop.

    Has anybody heard of/played this course?? http://www.ghhostel.com/

    Edit: Just found its DGCReview.com page
    Last edited by Simmeltron; October 28th, 2011, 10:14 AM.
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    Yep. Fun little home course.. I played it about 2 years ago, luckily the owner Jay was there and showed me around and gave me the history of the course... Great spot to stretch the legs on a long drive.. Pets are welcome, just clean up after them.. And always thank Jay and donate to keep the upkeep possible.
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    • #3
      Fun little course which requires accuracy over power. Lots of birds but be warned that after a hard rain the lower area drains very poorly. It is very wet and soggy but worth the effort. I found myself using kc aviars, buzzz's, valk and fbird. DGCR has more info and reviews.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by JR Stengele View Post
        Fun little course which requires accuracy over power. Lots of birds but be warned that after a hard rain the lower area drains very poorly. It is very wet and soggy but worth the effort. I found myself using kc aviars, buzzz's, valk and fbird. DGCR has more info and reviews.
        Jay has been working on the drainage issues for the course. It is a very low lying area, so it will always be susceptible to flooding, but he has done a bunch of dredging and lowered a culvert to help water flow through instead of puddling. Its as dry out there as it has ever been!

        And just like Rolly said, don't forget to donate a couple bucks to help the cause.
        A bad day on the golf course is better than a good day at work!

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        • #5
          Right on thanks for the info everybody. I will be sure and plan to play there my next trip through!
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