Old 06-27-2016, 02:53 PM
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I did play Hobbs on a weekday so I did not see the park on a busy weekend. I hope the relationship with the church stays strong. It was so nice of them to allow the use of their space. If I have the honor to make it back there I will use a rest room along the way and continue to park by hole 1. I liked it as a lefty
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Old 06-28-2016, 04:33 PM
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Played Hobbs over the weekend. Great course. As long as there are bathrooms I don't really care where they are located. In my review I called it the best overall course of the 109 I've played.
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Old 10-12-2016, 10:22 AM
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Mr Houck,

I'm curious if you have ever had to deal with complaints from residents that live bordering a DG course. Maybe they have a big house with really nice backyard and they have complained about a disc golf hole that is near the backyard, even though it's on public park property. Do you have any suggestions with how to be proactive in dealing with these issues, or ways to add trees or shrubs to create a visual barrier? Thanks!

My thought (on being proactive) is before the baskets are installed - let the residents know what is coming and give them all of the information about the sport so they are not surprised by it.
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