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Old 10-16-2020, 05:53 PM
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Default October 22nd Augusta, GA and Columbia, SC October 26th

Flying in to play the Stoney Hill Event over the 23-25th of October but had two days to course bag in the two cities in the title. What should I play?
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Old 10-16-2020, 08:17 PM
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Flying in to play the Stoney Hill Event over the 23-25th of October but had two days to course bag in the two cities in the title. What should I play?
Augusta courses are a lot better than Columbia courses. Langley Pond and the 3 IDGC courses are tops, though they're pretty challenging; Lake Olmstead is a shorter, park-style course that's a nice change of pace.

In the Columbia areaj, Crooked Creek (in Chapin) is a nice wooded course, about halfway between Columbia & Stoney Hill. Southeast Park is the best in Cola., but it's on the far side of the city. Earlewood Park is a fun but short, old-school parks course.

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The IDGC courses if you haven't played all of them already. Langley Pond combined with Boyd pond make for a brutal but satisfying day of disc golfing.

Edit: Dang, David Sauls beat me too it! And lion is young and high rated. He could handle it!

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I'll footnote that Langley Pond would be a good warmup for Stoney Hill, since it would give you ample opportunity to lose discs in the water.

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The IDGC courses if you haven't played all of them already. Langley Pond combined with Boyd pond make for a brutal but satisfying day of disc golfing.

Edit: Dang, David Sauls beat me too it! And lion is young and high rated. He could handle it!
You could have saved me a lot of typing, by typing faster, yourself.

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Old 10-21-2020, 03:36 PM
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I will update with what I play tomorrow
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I'll just say listen to that David fellow.
You'd be nuts to skip IDGC, and Langley Pond is pretty good.
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I'll just say listen to that David fellow.
You'd be nuts to skip IDGC, and Langley Pond is pretty good.
That David fellow mostly just tosses discs around his yard.
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I just want to add that this is one of the first time the words, "Flying in to play the Stoney Hill Event..." have ever been strung together.

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That David fellow mostly just tosses discs around his yard.
It is a pretty big yard...

Talking in the 3rd person now?

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