Originally Posted by Adam Schneider
Honestly, I wonder whether Grants Pass has enough of a disc-golfing population to support a dedicated shop. There's a reason that -- especially in smaller towns -- most discs are sold in businesses that have other stuff going on too.
Thank you for your input.
That is my biggest fear of opening a shop in Grants Pass.
There is probably between 300-400 golfers in Grants Pass, with 50 of us belonging to the club, and maybe 100 serious golfers in the town.
even if I can't sustain my shop at first, My bigger goal is promoting disc golf in southern Oregon, trying to get more young people involved and bringing the sport to light in my area. Everyone's current effort is in improving just tom pearce, I want to put southern oregon on the map.
Obviously I hope my shop succeeds. It will all depend on how the golf community recieves having a dedicated shop.