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I know what JYLY and 1025 are but are Puttitikkaat and Pudotuspeli? Google came up blank with anything I could read.

How is a park supposed to keep any of the discs around for newbie to use. I see this as something good for a school / summer camp environment. And a good idea for practice baskets at existing courses. But how is a city park supposed to keep any of the discs around for non-DGers to try?
They are more simple putting formats, good for playing a against a friend even if they can be done alone too.

Putting Ladder
2 putters. Make both, advance 1 spot outwards. Make only one, stay put. Miss both, go back one step.

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3 putters. Make at least one to advance to next spot. Miss all three and youre out.
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ps. JYLY is originally the brainchild of a good friend of mine, and the name originally comes from what he has used for username in games for like forever. But he refuses to give up what lies beneath the acronym
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Is it just a basket? Does it have a (large) information board with rules/games to play/etc?
Yeah that will bring out the peeps in hundreds.

Hell we have courses with 3 baskets spaced out in open area and no one uses those either. Only time single baskets are used this way is when one is out for putting practice/warming up and even then most people are playing the course.
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