10 Helpful / 2 Not
Has Map But Nothing Else!
Pros: UC Santa Cruz campus sits high above Monterey Bay with a lovely view of the bay and surrounds. The intramural building, the pool and some athletic fields overlook the parking lots, soccer fields and the bay farther out in the distance. According to the map we acquired in the intramural office, the course starts behind the pool near some woods playing by some campus buildings hitting a light pole on the way then teeing off from the 220 meter mark on the track heading over to the Felta Nu Thi House back to small white pole over there crossing back over to that small bush before finishing at some metal pole over here and Tippicanoe and Tyler too. And we saw some coeds sunning by the pool! And we didn't need the map for that. So that''s the good part.
Cons: The map was written by either:
A: University California Santa Cruz Graduate Students writing their Doctorate Thesis on :The Earth's Relative Poisition To Monterey Bay Regarding The San Andreas Fault"
B: Drunken Japaneese Frat Boys
Either way. It made absolutely no sense to us. But that didn't really matter as there were no teepads to reference as to object targets anyway. But the views of the Monterey Bay were great. And there were coeds sunning by the pool!
Other Thoughts: There really is no course here. But there is a map. You figure it out! Then you could find the teepads. Then you could find targets. Oh wait! You could do that at any park, campus, mall, high school, elementary school, hospital, pretty much, anywhere in America. Stand somewhere. Aim at a distance target, Throw disc. Count throws. Hit target. Make your own map and you have UCSC disc course. All you need to add is the coeds.
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