3x state champ runner up wrote:anybody ever been out to morgan creek off of stoney point road? i don't know how big that park is but i bet it could hold 18 holes.
Its a Linn County Park.AO wrote:230 acres so there has to be room. I'll give Daniel a call next week once he calms down from RAGBRIA. Wish we had the land access that QC has. It would also be nice to convince one of the golf courses to install one.
Budhyzer 17696 wrote:3x state champ runner up wrote:anybody ever been out to morgan creek off of stoney point road? i don't know how big that park is but i bet it could hold 18 holes.
I think that was looked into a decade or so ago Greco but was shot down, can't quite remember why now. The culture has changed some about discgolf since then, maybe it's worth another try? It is a Linn county park so the city would not be involved....would be a nice park to play in though.
tufluk wrote:Everyone knows disc golfers are undesireable.
tufluk wrote:That would be true only in public service (service?). Set policy to make your own job easy at the expense of your clients.
Imagine a 7-11 owner saying, "I don't want to put in a slurrpy machine, that would bring in too many customers".
What the ranger could have meant is disc golf could bring more of "the wrong kind" of people to the park. Everyone knows disc golfers are undesireable.
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