Originally Posted by Wobbly Bob
At present the board has approved the Facilities Coordinator to put together a group to explore second pin positions and bring his findings back to the board for approval.
The Facilities Coordinator has done some research into an above ground solution that he is taking to the Parks Dept. for input and/or approval.
The Parks Dept. still has us on hold until the People's Park Project is complete. There has been no action taken by the board concerning the wonderful possibilities this property has as a Disc Golf Course.
I used to live in Pocatello, ID, and they have a little 9 hole course in the city called Upper Ross Park. The city wanted a way to have real baskets installed but have something that could be easily moved and even have the baskets taken to other locations such as schools if needed. They devised this interesting little system that you see in the picture link. They poured cement stabs with eye-bolts that are padlocked to the cement which resulted in much less digging for the sleeves/baskets and they are easily removed. Something to think about for People Park since it sounds like the city and SDGA are stuck in the mud on how to move forward with this. Check it out!
If the link doesn't take you right to the picture I am referencing click on the "Media" tab and look at the 9th picture - it should be labeled as hole 5's basket.