We are currently working on T-Signs for ghost town and a info board. The waterloo parks dept. would like it to look like an actual course, spray painting the tee pads would never do. As for tourist we just talked to the parks dept recently, they have trees for us to plant at the course also, I believe tee signs like the ones at exchange would be a much better alternative to spray paint. Yes painting the tees would be cheap, however it would make the course look that way as well. we need something vandal proof spray painting the tees would most likely lead to more liquored up jerkies spray painting all over the tees. The biggest problem we have with tourist is many players treat it like an outside bar. Tons of rec players go there to get hammered first and play disc second, then proceed to blame the tee signs for their bad shots. A few years ago all of the tee signs were replaced within 3 months 90 percent of them were destroyed already. Don't get me wrong I have no problem with drinking and discin, (disc Golf to me is all about having a good time in the park) I do have a huge problem with those that do not respect the course. Seriously it is the first course in Iowa, the 3rd in the world.(one of which is non existent now, making Tourist the 2nd oldest course in the world!) If we can get rec players to respect the park the we can justify putting in more money to make the course look like it should. If not then you will have to fight Ms. Swan for the tons of cans strewn around the course and use that money for course improvements. I would suggest some basic rules permanently posted on the info sign, but there is really not to much we can do to enforce these rules, so it still falls on each player to respect the course.