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View Poll Results: What is the best Disc Golf State?
Texas 10 17.86%
Kentucky 7 12.50%
North Carolina 11 19.64%
Oregon 4 7.14%
Michigan 8 14.29%
Colorado 5 8.93%
Iowa 4 7.14%
Minnesota 3 5.36%
Ohio 1 1.79%
West Virginia 3 5.36%
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Old 05-14-2009, 04:23 PM
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I took the top 4 states voted on from my previous poll and now have plugged in several other states that were mentioned in the thread as needing to be on the list. So Connecticut, California, New York, Maryland, and Pennsylvania are dropped from the list for not getting enough votes...they had their shot. Added are Michigan, Colorado, Iowa, Minnesota, Ohio, and West Virginia. No "other" category this time.

You can vote your own state of course, but try not to be too biased. Even if you haven't played outside of your state before, you can easily do a little bit of reading and see pictures of other state's courses on DGCR to help you make your decision. Just to set the tone with that, I will vote Kentucky even though I live in (and love!) Texas. I'm pretty sure from what I've seen on DGCR, that this will be my favorite once I get a chance to play some of those course.

Here's the link to the other thread/poll if you want to see the politicking (is that a real word?) that has already gone on: http://www.dgcoursereview.com/forums...?t=3154&page=6
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Old 05-14-2009, 04:25 PM
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lmfao...take your poll and cram it up your biased ass...ask the founder of this site what courses need to be on the list due to statistics..new york is top 5 easily
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lmfao...take your poll and cram it up your biased ass...ask the founder of this site what courses need to be on the list due to statistics..new york is top 5 easily
I put NY on the list for a reason to begin with and it didn't get enough votes. This is a harmless poll, it isn't like it is an official decree or anything dude. If you don't like it, don't participate...it's that simple.
It's not like your helping NYs case with rude posts like that.
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lmfao...take your poll and cram it up your biased ass...ask the founder of this site what courses need to be on the list due to statistics..new york is top 5 easily
Really? I used to live in the Saratoga Springs area. Go ahead pop in the DG course finder for that area. AMAZING terrain BUT where the **** are the DG courses?
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there are 3 course in the saratoga area..and more coming..go south and you have the original 2 basket 2 tee setup at warwick..sorry you missed out..once again, quanity doesnt equal quality
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there are 3 course in the saratoga area..and more coming..go south and you have the original 2 basket 2 tee setup at warwick..sorry you missed out..once again, quanity doesnt equal quality
that's a huge stretch calling Warwick a "Saratoga Area"...but it still looks like a great course. Hyzer Creek to the west of Saratoga looks super promising. Like I said, the Adirondacks has some of the best terrain I can think of in the entire country for courses but is EXTREMELY lacking in any.
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lmfao...take your poll and cram it up your biased ass...ask the founder of this site what courses need to be on the list due to statistics..new york is top 5 easily
Based on what criteria? To me the poll is asking more than what state has the best courses. My interpretation would bring many things into consideration. Weather, disc golfers, events, how crowded are the courses, is the state(city to city) generally behind the disc golf scene or against it.

New York could have the worlds best disc golf courses but if ever local cussed out any visitor, that would make it the worst disc golf state.
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Updated: The answers are Michigan, Roc beats Buzz, and Not an Ace because it wasn't your first throw.
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Colorado in the lead so far. I like where things are going.
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I wanted to vote Colorado, but many of the courses are closed in the winter. Boo! Michigan it is - DG all year long!!!
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