Originally Posted by jevon
One thing I didn't take into consideration is that discers would not be allowed on the greens. Upkeep of greens is a considerable portion of the fees a bolfer pays and would justify lower fees for discers.
I like the boarder/skier angle. When I started boarding only 3 ski areas in Colorado allowed snowboards, and one of them was usually closed! Open one year, go bankrupt, closed for two or three years, new buyer, open one year, go bankrupt...
There will be an adjustment period for bolfers but not as much on a par 3 course. A bigger course like Oakway with die hard golfers is going to possibly get some complaints, but Sah-Hah-Lee is a much more relaxed setting.
I think most courses that share dg and bg keep the baskets away from the greens. Greens and sand traps are considered OB.
It will be the smaller, or less established, courses that are looking to break even that will embrace disc golf first. Tee times usually are not an issue at these courses. Don't look to see disc golf at the Reserve, Pumpkin Ridge, or Bandon Dunes any time soon.