As to the scope of things, King County is more of a general guideline, in my eyes. Like White River is technically in King Co., but I think they're more in the the Steilly and Riverside scene, and that's fine. I'm thinking the Seattle metro area, which is kind of hard to define, but I would say as far as existing courses go, from Seatac up to at least Terrace, if not Lake Stevens and Arlington, would fall into that area. I think as far as naming goes, it would be good to have something that wouldn't be confused with other clubs ("Are you the Judean People's Front?" "F*** off, we're the People's Front of Judea!"
). I've heard Lowell refer to the existing club as "Seattle Disc Golf Club" and also "Seattle Disc Golf Players' Association." Just tossing around ideas in my head, I was thinking something along the lines of "Emerald City DGC", but that's something that we all could brainstorm on later.
I definitely want to do as little toe-stepping as possible as far as the established status quo goes. Really though, besides work parties getting done, I see very little happening on any sort of organized basis. The only "club specific" activities that come to mind are the monthly acepots at North Park/Terrace and Lakewood, and the annual Seattle Disc Golf Club *ahem* Championships. I personally wouldn't have a problem with these events still happening if people still want to run them. It would be my hope that any existing "clubs" or likeminded locals, as it were, would want to jump on board and work together for the greater good.