Originally Posted by General Scales
All I care about is making Sekani a must play destination. With all the land and talent in the area, there is no reason it couldn't become the Milo Mciver of Washington.
...now how do we do that?
First of all, even though Jeff presented this project to the club as a 105 acre park, (and he got us another 40 acres! Atta Boy!), in reality we have about 50 acres or so to design and build on.
Nobody talks about this because of this inane "Land Grab" mentality.
To me that says 18 quality holes, not 36 holes that need mandatories and such to keep everyone safe.
We may, or may not, get to build on the 40 acres of Conservancy land, which would be more holes, but that's not on the table at this time.
I think all you erstwhile course designers ought to get the parameters of our usable area and judge for yourselves.
As far as me, as a Private Course owner, not wanting to see quality public golf happen, or whatever I'm being accused of, I can only say, it's Poppycock!
That's a silly response to a silly accusation. I'm a disc golfer first, who appreciates ALL the public course I've ever seen, and love the fact that there were only 750 courses when I started playing, and now there's over 3000. Why would I not want that trend to continue?