I know I'm a little early on this, but I had a few thoughts concerning the teepads at West Lake. I totally trust that Chad has this under control, I just wanted to bring this up as a preventative measure.
In the past, when non-disc golfers (ie parks people) have been responsible for installing courses, there have been some decisions made that disc golfers would've done differently. I'm wondering if a basic guide for the parks people would make their job easier as well as improve the final product? I haven't formed and poured teepads myself, but I imagine three important aspects are size, slope, and texture.
Is it important for the teepads to be level, or at least as close as possible? Or are some tees from an uphill/downhill slope intentionally? I think of hole 24's tee, has a little uphill slope, sure makes the tee shot harder.
What about texture? I remember a discussion about texture when Prospect was going in. I think a lot of people liked Galesburgs tees, particularly for the texture but also for the large trapezoidal shape. I like the grip that a textured tee provides as opposed to a slick, smooth finish. If the texture is too deep, does it crumble and become cruddy over time (this didn't seem to be the case at Buffalo Ridge)? You can also do cool designs - here is an example of some addt'l tees they recently added to Buffalo Ridge in Phoenix: