frisbee golf anyone????

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  1. sickwagon04
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    damn i wanna play blue ribbon bad!!!!!
     
  2. RexNEffect
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    I'm down for learning some frisbee golf. I'll pick up some next time someone wants to play!
     
  3. tonyM
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    ^^^ if you pay 3 buks at Hyland, you get rentals for free.

    I'm down anytime. Pm or post here for when people want to meet up.
     
  4. TheSnowman
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    has anyone played at lions park in shakopee... it would be a nice spot to meet and play a round its 18 holes
     
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    Let me know when and where. I have one in apple Valley right next to my house or bryant lake park is always a beautiful course.
     
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    yeah ive heard bryant is really nice ive always wanted to go there we should play there for sure sometime
     
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    Anybody not work during the day on Thursday's or Fridays? That would be a perfect time to go.
     
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    I could be there either of those days. Anybody else available?
     
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    I work but bryant lake park rocks!
     
  10. TheSnowman
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    i think im gonna for sure have to go there then does it cost money? is it 18 holes?
     
  11. Ylime
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    3 dollars 18 holes. worth the money
     
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    o for sure worth the money im gonna give it a try maybe next week.
     
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    sickwagon- i play constantly. i live in fargo ND. over in jamestown there are two courses. one of which is rated 4th in the country. 27 holes. be prepared to lose some discs. if you ever feel like taking on the course send me a message, im always down.
     
  14. Mortasaurus
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    I went to school in Valley City.
     
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    fargo is a bit of a drive but the course does sound fun ill have to make a trip there some weekend.
     
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    tonyM and I are going discing Saturday morning June 27th at 8am at Hyland if anyone wants to come join us. I will also be going tomorrow late morning or early afternoon at Apple Valley if anyone wants to come with.
     
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    Hmm, taking Saturday off as it is.. but have a 10am appt to get my snowtires put on with Jeff. How long does the course last?
     
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    I have honestly never done Hyland so I am not sure. I would figure it would be right around that 1 1/2 hour to 2 hour range though being as it is 18 holes.
     
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    yeah, i'd say its about 1.5 to 2 hours.

    Im thinking if Im shooting good, i may stay and play 2 rounds.
     
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    The dumb thing is that you have to pay another 3 dollars for another round. At Bryant Lake Park it is 3 dollars for all you can play that day.
     
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    really? i thought it was 3 all day....hmmm
     
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    crap, i read it wrong

    3 buks per round

    maybe bryant lake?
    what you think Pete?
     
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    what is that other frisbee game that you play like football? I played a bit of that a year ago at the U for class and of course I passed the class....lol
     
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    ultimate frisbee correct?
     
  25. Mortasaurus
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    ultimate frisbee is correct. I have one of those frisbees too. And a led night frisbee that the whole thing lights up and another one that you can type in messages that will read out when you throw it.
     
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    I think we stick with hyland for the first round atleast. I have never been there and definately want to check it out and that first round will give us plenty of time to figure out the next move. I also heard Hyland is quite the workout with the ski slopes and stuff so I may have to stick to no beer for once........
     
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    :eek3: Blasphemy!

    I'll be able to make it now, thanks to J.Rex borrowing me his snows and rims! Kinda early in the morning, but I'm guessing it's to beat the crowd?
     
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    and to beat the heat
     
  29. mrantegra
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    I suck at golf but frisbee golf sound easier...muahaha
     
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    If you don't try too hard when you are new then it is easy. The worst thing you can do when trying to learn is to throw it really hard because chances are you will be looking for discs for most of the day. And you can get up that early rex. If you want, give me your number and I will give you an early morning wake up call. It will be like you are staying in a hotel. (without the pillow mint and the chance of bugs crawling on you all night)
     
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    stay in mpls but I'm always in the apple valley, savage, bville and shak town quite a bit over the weekend....hit me up.
     
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    bump going today around 430 if anyone is interested.
     
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    Was out yesterday for the first time at land of memories park in Mankato. It feels great to be out playing again!
     
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    Played for the first time in a couple years in Eau Claire yesterday - sure have missed it! Haven't lost all abilities either! :)
     
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    going next week again I think.
     
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    We should play next time I'm in the cities, or next time you're around boring old EC.
     
  38. Ylime
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    haha forsure! I also want to see your new whip!
     
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    Resurrecting an old thread, but if anyone wants to meet up for a round of disc golf. I usually go on Wed, Thurs or Fri mornings or afternoons trying to avoid busy courses and heat. Mostly play Bryant Lake, Acorn, Highland Park or Bassett Creek.
     
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    I have a season pass at Bryant and would be down to play there after work or Saturdays.
     
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    I've played for 10 years :)
     
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    I have the season pass too, when are you off work? I always go there early so I've never seen if it's busy later in the day.
     
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    If I leave right after work I can be there around 6:20. It isn't usually too bad.

    Can anyone here shoot below a 50 at Bryant? I consistently shoot mid 50's

    Mike
     
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    I cant remember exactly, but mid/upper 50's sounds about right for me there.
     
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    Below 50 would be insane. I just started playing regularly this year, and my best is 60 which I have done twice.