Originally Posted by ScottW
I must say I have to agree with many, if not all, of your points. I was an SDGA member in the past but have not found a good reason to rejoin in its current state. I live in the Valley and am also a bit reluctant to join the Disc Golf Uprising (if for no other reason than the fact that it sounds like a tyranny waiting to happen). Perhaps the North Idaho Disc Golf Club would be a good suiter for your membership - especially if you live in the Valley. They have been doing many good things to help make Corbin Park DGC and Cherry Hill DGC better, have had input with Heyburn State Park about their possible addition of disc golf and is in VERY good standing with both the city of Post Falls and Coeur d'Alene. We all seem to work pretty wel together despite our differences and differences of opinion.
Just wanna say,LOVE CORBIN!!!. got my first tourney plastic there last year (10th AM dev at the open) but live on south hill Spokane 5 min from work at SHMC. Hope to play the Corbin open again if scheduling permits. I have to say I was very impressed at the lack of politicking at the tourney and the fun had by all. I would love to get more serious but don't play/compete Sunday so most tourneys are out for me unless they start doing Friday/ Saturday tourneys ( but that is a whole other hijacking in the making).
It is a very tempting prospect especially since my goal this season is to play cherry hill and Farragut (trying to convince the wife and kiddies that it would make for a great camping trip)
So for now, I will remain DG-clubless and hope for the best. I will have to hope I can get good enough without the support of the clubs, but may just end up asking for DG lessons for my b-day this year and more tourney playing money next year (or maybe PDGA membership for starters)