Originally Posted by Bullseye
It might seem like bitching to you, but to those of us who have put in 100s of hours installing this course it really does mean a lot to us.
Metro invested a lot of money into this project and they're really not asking for very much in return. They're simply hoping to make that investment worthwhile. Honestly though, if this project does not pay off for Metro, or if it becomes more hassle than it is worth. What do you think the chances of getting more courses funded will be? I'd venture to say, slim to none.
In any case, seeing this course get yanked because of a few inconsiderate people trying to save a couple of bucks would be a great loss to disc golfers in Portland.
Jeff- since you've worked with Metro--- what's the best way to buy the annual pass while letting Metro know that their awesome blue lake course is the one and only reason for the purchase?