Originally Posted by Chuck Kennedy
No problem with that pin placement which had 360 degree access with a skillful not funky putt being required sometimes. In ball golf, they have some kidney shaped greens where in certain areas you can't putt at the pin but have to chip over the apron to the part of the green with the pin. That's more challenging than what that tree basket at Worlds presented.
Until disc golf has the funds to "create" a course, not just "instal" a course, I don't think there is anyway around using imaginary lines for obstacles. That being said, it doesn't mean that I like it. I think string lines in disc golf should be used at an absolute minimum, and mandos for safety ONLY. If a hole needs to be more difficult, change the hole or like Papa said, add a real feature. I think scotchbroom goes a long way for natural obstacles (Steilly SE #14-15)
When was the last time you seen a string line on a ball golf course?