batlord wrote:Nope, the general public doesn't even realize there'sa course there yet, let alone that they're in the way. We're going to try to work on some signage for those troublesome holes when we look at pouring tee pads. The hope is that once the course is up and running more permanently (and obviously), that people will begin to see where the fairways are and might be more likely to steer clear of them. Until then, disc golfers have to give the right of way to the other park users (rather than throw into them). Technically, we're using THEIR park, even though it seems like they're interfering with our sport. Please keep that in mind.
batlord wrote:Technically, we're using THEIR park, even though it seems like they're interfering with our sport. Please keep that in mind.
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