The Inn At Lucky Mud ("Club Mud")
[Directions on LuckyMud.com]
[Google map & driving directions]
Number of holes: 22: basic 18 with some alt. pads, plus 4 new additional holes
Teepad type: Mixed: 11 concrete and 18 packed earth or grass
Target type: 14 manufactured steel, and 8 home-made baskets
Alternate teepads: Yes, on some holes
Open: Year-round, but please call ahead: (800)806-7131
Cost: Free (so far)
Alcohol allowed: Yes
Dogs allowed: No ("We desire our land to be a wildlife sanctuary; many disc golf-tolerant deer on course.")
Owned/operated by: private
Plays through open fields, in, out and through, alder forest, and full-canopy mature, diverse, second growth forest. Elevation is a factor on nearly every hole.
Should be 27 holes by summer 2009.
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Forget Google and Mapquest. They show old logging roads as open that have been closed by slides, grown over, and/or have been gated for years. if you use Mapquest's directions, pack plenty of survival supplies. When you see the Inn at Lucky Mud's sign at the corner of East Valley Road and Old Chestnut Drive, turn left and go up to the large gray house to the right. Don't ask for directions at the lower house at the corner (unless you have plenty of time to drive around, as well as survival supplies).
Bob, I don't know about Mapquest, but -- unless you're coming from Pe Ell -- the Google directions are spot-on; you just need to make sure to use latitude and longitude instead of an address as input.
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