(archived article in local Silverdale paper from when the course was opened last June)
What is not in the article is how originally we were only originally going to be given use of the lower hayfields for a course, for which we were prepared to perhaps utilize as a mid/late summer only temp course. We had a layout all mapped out, preparations being made, and we were scaling back our expectations. However, by the gracious generosity of the landowner - he freely offered Paul, the club, and all us by extension the use of the amazing raised and rolling land the course mostly sits on today.
I've been told that several special basket pole plaques went out on the course today and should be looking good for this weekend.
Once again - be aware and make your team aware that some soggy ground exists, so plan accordingly. Consider some second round shoes in the back of the truck.
Come have fun, yet as a community lets do our best to respect this donated use course on privately owned land. We as a disc golf community have had a great start here on the land and its been nothing but smiles and I expect team golf will only help that cause out.
and maybe the most pertinent...
Any perimeter braided wire fencing is electrified,live, and cranked up!