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Old 02-19-2019, 05:10 AM
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I second the drinking and "driving". I don't give a putt who doesn't agree!!!

But I do like the idea of a brewery having a 100ft hole to practice putting and approaches on. Although if I went there thinking it was a full course and was already bagging my own brews (my disc golf bag was originally a cooler and I frequently bag both - hmmm, should I bag the Wraith or the Centennial IPA?) I would be pissed!
If only there was a website, or App, that you could use to check on a course before you go ...
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Old 02-19-2019, 09:27 AM
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If only there was a website, or App, that you could use to check on a course before you go ...
iDISCooglpedia?
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Old 02-19-2019, 10:56 AM
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What about the 9 hole courses with dual tees and dual baskets (36 holes total?) Brickyard is pretty epic when it's maintained.

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Old 02-19-2019, 11:39 AM
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Those 9 basketed courses with multiple tee pads that identify as 18 hole courses are pretty bs, as well.
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It's still on my Wish List, but it sounds like Clear Creek Park in my hometown of Richmond, IN does this pretty well. Some parks can only handle a nine basket layout, but separate, distinct tees for 18 holes definitely adds variety.
With limited space, and if its done well, I have no problem calling these an 18 hole course.
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Old 02-19-2019, 11:55 AM
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iDISCooglpedia?
Yes. Chances of me being uninformed about said course are pretty slim. And my systems slight attempt at anger would be replaced by a beer-induced utopia.

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Old 02-19-2019, 12:53 PM
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Standards flew out the flipping window at DGCR when little p-say @ss b!tch putting places with holes measuring under 100 feet were allowed to be called courses instead of the little poosy @ss b!tch practice areas that they really are.

Since DGCR won’t define much less enforce any minimum definition of a “course” or “practice area”, this “one hole course” is indeed the penultimate insulting result of DGCR’s pathetic lack of standards.

And now out of the woodwork, watch the fanboys of poo-say @ss b!tch less than 75 feet long holes in putting areas come gush about how cool these little b!tch putting areas are actual courses!

It’s like putting Bubba’s Putt-Putt in the same category as Augusta National!!!

GET SOME F#%KING STANDARDS DISC GOLF COURSE REVIEW!!! NOW!!!!
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http://dgcour.se/9818

Saw this one on another thread last summer, a one hole practice course in Roberts MT. No brewery but it does have a map showing no less than 10 tee locations ranging from 15'-101'. And there are mandos. Wishlisted 8 times, so far.
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Or JimB maybe you could make it 2 1-hole courses.
Most of us would still count it as a single course, with a front 1 and a back 1.
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Old 02-19-2019, 01:48 PM
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http://dgcour.se/9818

Saw this one on another thread last summer, a one hole practice course in Roberts MT. No brewery but it does have a map showing no less than 10 tee locations ranging from 15'-101'. And there are mandos. Wishlisted 8 times, so far.
here's that discussion
 

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Haha, I started that thread, too.

To follow up Mr. Butlertron, we have one of those. It's currently closed for a city project but should re-open any day now. https://www.dgcoursereview.com/course.php?id=1962

I have to agree with him it should not be listed as an 18 hole course. It's basically a pitch-and-putt with 9 baskets and 18 tees. The shots don't change much other than 15-25 feet of added distance on the "back" nine.
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