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Which local courses have you played?

May 5, 2011

OK, so where have you played?  Right now there are seven permanent disc golf courses available for public play here in San Diego County.  We’ve put together this little poll to get an idea of where our members and readers have played – nothing scientific of course, but food for thought.  I think the #1 answer will be pretty easy to predict (it’s been there 30 years, after all), but numbers 2, 3 and 4 might be worth a few bar bets.  Choose all of the courses you have played, but vote only once (this isn’t Chicago, after all) and feel free to forward the poll to your friends.  We’ll get back to you with results next week.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. J.J. Johnson permalink
    May 13, 2011 7:39 am

    I drove an hour in traffic from Point Loma, just to be turned away at the Vandergrift entrance at Camp Pendleton. The man with the large gun( and the attitude to match) told me I could not play the course on base and to go back down the street and through my stuff down their. I was very put-off by this. If we can’t play it then don’t list it. You are wasting peoples time.

    • sandiegoacesdgc permalink
      May 13, 2011 3:45 pm

      Pendleton was included on the poll because it is a local course and some non-military folks have been able to play there. Notice that we don’t list it here on the Aces web site because of access concerns, just like what you encountered. The course is primarily there for the enjoyment of the folks who live and work on-base, but we hope that in the future it’s available for public use. It would be best if the pages on the various disc golf course directory sites warned players about access issues and provided a number you could call ahead to.

      • Christian Warren Cullen permalink
        May 13, 2011 9:44 pm

        I installed a dish for the guy in charge of the barracks near the course. I’ll be playing it next time I’m on base. Hoo-rah.

  2. Rich Ahrens permalink
    May 5, 2011 7:02 pm

    I love playing nights rounds at Cal state San Marcos. We start up on#9 and change the tee locations for longer throws. It’s easy to do with all of the concrete around campus.

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