Originally Posted by Scott
I don't know much about the weird history of Seattle disc golf politics, so can someone clue me in as to who Herm is and why he had to be bought out before anyone could do work at the course? It wasn't his course, was it? Didn't it belong to the city of Seattle? Strange happenings up north, I tell ya.
Well, as long as its a done deal.
Hermanson "owns" all the baskets, and he renewed the contract with the city every year.
So Keith had to buy the baskets, as well as renegotiate the contract.
Hopefully the rest of the plans can now move forward, and Seatac will go from being just challenging, to a true world class disc golf course.