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DoWork 11-18-2019 03:33 PM

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Originally Posted by biscoe (Post 3520773)
It was, now Christmas lights all over it.


Ah ok. Didnít know if that was literal. You can never tell these days.

biscoe 11-18-2019 03:46 PM

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Originally Posted by John Rock (Post 3520789)
Oops, sorry. You're right. I've never been, have only read about it. CGK's explanation of what a Tiki course is differs from I have heard. Sometimes I wonder if Casey is CGK's alt account.

Now THAT is funny!!!! (Sorry Chuck...):clap:

BogeyNoMore 11-18-2019 09:11 PM

Yeah, that Chuck's Alt post cracked me up ! :clap:

sisyphus 11-18-2019 09:29 PM

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Originally Posted by DiscFifty (Post 3519316)
I can't see myself paying to play a disc golf putt putt course but if there was a putt putt (beginners) course next to my local 18 hole course that would be a fun warm up round.

Funny this thread arrived just as we're finishing up 'FunBurg'. Not a Putt Putt course by the OP's definition, but a family friendly design weaved through an intermediate course. Decided to create tone poles & have at it! :)

Casey 1988 11-18-2019 11:46 PM

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Originally Posted by DiscFifty (Post 3519316)
I can't see myself paying to play a disc golf putt putt course but if there was a putt putt (beginners) course next to my local 18 hole course that would be a fun warm up round.

Omaha park a 9 hole course made in 1979 in Rapid city South Dakota is about 1/2 to a mile away from Jakson park. For those who never got to play the old course before mid 2018, shame they took away the old rebar homemade baskets with large diameter cage from 1980 and very little chain for the top part. Before mid 1980 during that in the first year 1979 the course used big wood post 4x4 or 8x8 that were 4 feet tall not including the in ground part with a sharpie line on each one 1 foot from the ground.

The Valkyrie Kid 11-18-2019 11:59 PM

Rockridge Park in Bend, Oregon has a sign at the beginning calling itself a putting course. Holes range from 45í to about 140í. It has wonderful baskets and two concrete pads for each hole. It is truly more of a putt putt course than just a very short easy recreational course.

sidewinder22 11-19-2019 12:13 AM

Pyramids Pink in MA 6 holes. Fun fact, I aced hole 1 - 111' with very 1st throw of the day, and 1st throw ever in the state of MA, and my 1st throw ever on a bullseye basket was a bullseye. :cool:
https://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=5614

kenjiac 11-19-2019 11:20 AM

John Houck's wife Dee has been designing micro courses. There is one about an hour and a half north of me that she did this summer at Silver Bay YMCA. I haven't been there yet.

Alyjos 12-03-2019 05:45 PM

Check out Flying Armadillo DGC in San Marcos Texas. The short course is exactly like a putt-putt course for disc golf. Tons of exotic looking statues and obstacles and the holes are never over about 120 feet. (Most are 70-90). It's a full 18 as well.


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