Old 03-28-2013, 11:17 PM
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Yea the only thing cheaper in Cali is fruit and drugs. Glad I live in a thriving economy along with great dg.
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Old 03-28-2013, 11:48 PM
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Old 03-29-2013, 03:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Steve West View Post
If you're going to use "with X miles", look at 42.5 degrees North, 87 degrees West. Over 100 courses within 75 miles! It must be great! That's the place I must visit once in my lifetime!
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Betta get a houseboat.
Should move about 1 mi SW of there, so you could live in IL, WI or MI each day depending on your mood.
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Originally Posted by doctor professor View Post
Finnon is completely awesome and very difficult. It's a course that really challenges anyone's abilities. One drawback is that it's under construction so to speak, but hang town is workin hard on it. It can be a little tough to navigate in its present state, plus you can't see most of the baskets from the tees so its best to go with someone who's played there before. Hit me up if you wanna go
Finnon has the potential to be a top notch course, all it needs it some people who love and care about it in that area. It needs some serious mowing in the summer, as well as some signs to direct you around.
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Default Mohammad vs. Steady Ed Hendrick

Steady ed invented disc golf as well as the basket. He also revolutionized the frisbee in a co-effort with the people of Wham-O! Therefore, a disc golf Mecca should reside in the state he called Home. I.E. California or Georgia.
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Old 03-25-2017, 09:29 PM
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we could go on and on. for me the scenery and atmosphere makes for good golf. crowded suburbia with hot sweltering temps in the summer ie charlotte immediately takes all course ratings down a notch or two...

so, me personally, I'm a nature freak. one of the main reasons why I like dg... so the mecca is yeah somewhere special. like when you are camping out on great dg getaway. you can see the stars not just light pollution and smog.

this mecca is located in .................................................. ...........................................

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Old 03-26-2017, 02:30 AM
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For competitive disc golfers my vote is the World championships. Disc golfers from all over will descend upon great courses wherever they are each summer.
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Old 03-26-2017, 04:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Toro71 View Post
If we're going down the "literal definition of Mecca" road....

Isn't the Rochester FDO the oldest disc golf tourney? Meaning, the first time DG wasn't just an event at a larger frisbee comp, but it's own stand-alone event? IDK, I'm seriously curious...

According to my Buzzz with the 2011 RFDO stamp, this year's will be the 40th anniversary??!!
This ^ and I believe it has the oldest league in the country. Thanks Jim Palmeri #23. The league started in August of 1970 including tournaments hell they gave away a brand new 1974 Datsun B210. And Dan "Stork" Riddick won it. The next year Oak Grove Park had permanent poles. I personally believe disc golf was started as a organized sport in Rochester NY.
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Old 03-26-2017, 11:39 AM
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Originally Posted by simplepmart View Post
I don't like rednecks so Texas is out. I hate toothless hillbillies so the Carolina's are out. Hipster's are annoying so California is out. That leaves me with KC and Highbridge. KC for dg destination to live in, Highbridge for the dg destination to travel to.
You dont like rednecks, but still would go to highbridge area? Lol your in for a shock
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Old 03-26-2017, 11:53 AM
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This year will be the 29th Pittsburgh Flying Disc Open. Also held Worlds, has awesome courses. The quantity is lacking, but good quality golf. The club is awesome. Maybe not the best mecca, but it's gotta be up there.
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