Originally Posted by Michigan_Brian
Thank you for cleaning up some of my extra glowsticks! Sorry if it came off as a "slew of trash." I am a local to Pier Park and respect the grounds as much as the next disc golfer while playing glow golf.
I noticed that someone had gathered most of the final 9 glow sticks and threw them away. I came out the next day and got the rest and made sure they made it in my bag and off the course. After lighting the baskets we sometimes indulge in safari holes so I left them overnight until I could get back there the next day.
To JMan: Lighting the baskets adds a fun environment to the round. I am plenty familiar with playing in the dark on impromptu rounds, but we were looking to waste more time (darn short days).
Just giving ya a little $hit...we stopped lighting baskets a few years ago to save time. I have a tight beam UV that we use to spot baskets from about 150 out, then turn it off and wait for that sound...if we glo on the canyon at Hornings we drop a light in the baskets to light the chains. Want a real fun glo...light the Meadow. Makes for a long round, but worth it.