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Goal: 18 Holes at Brengle Terrace

July 11, 2013

Brengle Terrace Update: Baskets 12 & 13 have been re-installed and are ready for play (thank you Randy Wylot). There is still fencing in place to keep park users out of the areas where habitat restoration is in process. Disc golfers are asked to do their best to stay out of these areas. The city will be cutting a few entry points in the fencing, so please do not crawl over the fencing. The fencing will probably be in place for the next few years (perhaps as long as 4-5 years).

Holes 14 & 15 will be relocated during the remainder of the habitat restoration project. The Aces board is working with the City of Vista and Kinetic Disc Golf to get the relocated holes designed and installed. The board will vote on the relocation at next week’s meeting. Our goal is to get the relocated holes installed ASAP, and in time for the upcoming Kinetic tournament on Sept. 14/15.

WE WILL NEED YOUR HELP! If you would like to participate in work parties to install these tees and baskets, please email Aces Vice President Randy Wylot at wylot@sbcglobal.net.

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. Mark Verrochi permalink
    July 12, 2013 2:28 pm

    Vista Resident:
    This path/trail project was a City project designed to provide a safe passage for children to get to school. The restoration process is a result of the removal of all the non-native species in that area. The timing of this project is unfortunate but is not a result of the installation of the Disc Golf Course. We will do our best to keep the course open as much as possible. This is always a challenge when installing a course in an already busy public park. We hope you will consider volunteering to help us get the course back to 18 holes.

  2. Vista Resident permalink
    July 11, 2013 3:13 pm

    The city of Vista needs to get their act together and allow all 18 holes to remain open. Habitat restoration my ass… I have lived in Vista for over 20 years and don’t see anything in these areas of Brengle that need “restoration”. These closed areas were completely unused and filled with thick brush and poison oak prior to disc golf holes being set up. Someone with the city is pulling some strings somewhere and in the wrong direction. I am completely disappointed. The disc golf course at brengle has brought new life to the park and completely expanded the populous which uses it on a regular basis. Also, the city is hurting a small local business, Kinetic Disc Golf, by limiting the course which in turn leads to fewer people using the course/park.

    • Hudson permalink
      July 11, 2013 9:46 pm

      I am an expert in Habitat Restoration…this project is pretty pathetic, especially all the Jacaranda trees they just planted in their “restoration area”. The signs on the orange fences should read “Logging Operation, Stay Out” not “Habitat Restoration”. I do have to say I’m glad to see the Eucalyptus go, and planting natives is a good thing, but get real, it’s too small of an area to re-establish an ecosystem. It was also sad to see the Redbud trees planted straight in front of the tee on 13…are they just there to be sacrificed to the disc gods???

    • sandiegoacesdgc permalink*
      July 17, 2013 3:00 pm

      Work party Saturday, 7/20 to re-install the two missing holes in new locations. Meet up near current tee #16, work will go on all day.

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