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Old 12-11-2012, 01:27 AM
Matt B. Matt B. is offline
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Originally Posted by hawk12 View Post
Matt B, you are correct. But for government types, having information and a study that adresses their concerns WITH solutions to those problems is very important. No matter how simple those solutions are to experienced designers or disc golfers or even common sense - those same solutions are important to the municipalites that need responses to the environmental questions.

Its not a comparative study on the overall impacts of various sports, but a detailed and 'quanitfy' with statistics that a government repsresentative can use when discussing a new course, or maintaining an older course.

Any information we can use to help in course proposals is helpful. For example, some of this study could be quoted and reference in proposals. Sourced information in a proposal has helped me in busines, so why not in my hobby (hopefully a part time job as I gain more design and build experience).

A few others that have requested have to wait till Monday when I get to work, as I saved the study on that computer, I'll send it out to the rest of those that requested the study tomorrow or Tuesday as work allows some free time.
I agree with everything here, and was not trying to say the study doesn't have value. Just that it needs to be given context and interpreted when used to support disc golf course installation and justification. In other words, read it before you hand it to someone deciding whther or not to build a disc golf course, because from a certain perepective and without context, it could convince someone that the impacts are not acceptable.
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