Yeah, you are probably right. I think there is still a pole course that everyone forgot about in the city of Lakewood, not sure if it's still there, but when I first started people were talking about it as being REALLY old.
Make that the city of Fircrest, sorry, it's west of Tacoma I believe. I've heard of it from several different people as being from the "70's"
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Last edited by sillybizz; January 27th, 2010 at 08:34 PM.
Rockwood was the first basket course in the NW it went in on september 17th 1980 and was design by steady Ed. Champoeg was a tree and target course first and did not get baskets until the mid 90's but has been played as a course since 1978 you would have to check with Roy Vanhouten. Camp Tadmor has been a course since 1982 and was made by steady Ed.
I can rember that Stelliacom was open in 1986 thats the first time I heard of it and played it. I heard lowell talk about woodland park but disc golf was band from being played there. lowell has a sign that says no disc golf allowed that was put up in the park years ago.
I dont know when Queen Elizabeth course went in but that was the only course we played in canada and that was the mid 80's.
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