Budhyzer 17696 wrote:Is the Oak Highlands temp course just north of there still active once in a while? I thought I heard someone there had passed away and they may not have it set up anymore? That sure was a fun course/party.
D31756F wrote:Not a bad course. I wish it was there when I went to W-SR High('95-'97). The Woods to the opppsite of the green bridge wood be a nice extention. A few guys built a few bmx runs through there and a Huge tabletop.
I don't know if it is still maintained or not, the land was owned by Paul or Pablo as he was also known and he passed away about 3 years ago in a car accident. I know Master Lee was good friends with him and may know more about the course.
I won't forget the Giant Basket that they built down hill and by the river, that was a blast to throw at. I haven't been there since 99 so I'm not sure how long it was maintained for but as far as back yard courses go, this was by far the best I had played.
You mean wish you were playing disc back then, the course was put installed in '96 or maybe even '95, I know it had been there a year before I started playing and its what got me hooked on this damn sport.
'99 Go-Hawk grad here and we had about 10 or so from my class that regularly played the course, but after I left for college not sure how much use it got from other highschoolers. There was talk of adding holes in the area off of hole one by the old water treatment building and back into the woods, but again it just seems like the course was installed and then forgotten about. And your right playing back through those woods along the river would've made for a fun and long course.
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