Originally Posted by Fletch
Been there, tried that. Centennial park was purchased through a Snohomish County Conservation Futures grant and is required to be a passive use park. That said, I conceptualized 18 holes 2 years ago there, brought it foreward, and was shot down. Think of Blyth as a trial run, with Centennial being the ultimate goal. It could truly be an epic course along the lines of a Lakewood.
I guess I should eat right and drive safe for a while, disc golf is finally coming of age in Washington.
So now we have Blythe, Terrace Creek and Silver Lake locally, with a possible Centennial "Lakewood like" course, and another idea for a long "Seatac like" layout in Everett, this could become disc golf central soon.
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