Jul
19

“Disc Golfers and Dog Walkers, part 2,” by Mary Stein

“The parking lot at the amphitheater in John McLaren Park was filling up with people and dogs when Ashford and I arrived last Saturday—100 or 125 people, and 50 or 60 dogs that ranged dramatically in size, from ponyesque to mini-poodle. The dogs were running around and doing a lot of barking while their persons waited for the tour of the proposed disc golf course to begin. Ashford stayed on leash, cautiously socializing.”

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Comments

  1. During the year I lived near Tom Brown Park in Tallahassee, I went there often to meditate. I just searched the Internet for the park, and it is 255 acres, substantially smaller than yours. Although I have not played frisbee golf, I remember the “cups” or “greens” being the only foreign objects of the course. Only once did I even see a small group of people playing frisbee golf at this popular park. I remember thinking sometimes that there was too much unoccupied space there.

    I believe most people who play frisbee golf know how to properly fling a frisbee. If not, it wouldn’t be fun for anybody in the group. Although I can’t see it happening, being hit by a frisbee would usually be a total non-event. I might only become concerned if shuriken golf becomes popular.

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