Author Archives: Project Disc Golf

Foolin’ around on April 1st, 2012. A Notable Round in Bala, ON.

I’m back from a bit of a hiatus from posting on PDG….but had a pretty cool notable round worth sharing this past weekend. I guess it would be classified as a form of ‘monkey golf’ putters only, and the first … Continue reading

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Showa Kinen Disc Golf Course, Japan

I had a very notable round today with my brother in Japan.  We found our way to Showa Kinen Disc Golf Course just outside of Tokyo. Here’s a link for more information on the course. I’m currently on a 10-day visit to … Continue reading

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Basket Installation

After almost two years of planning, it was very satisfying (VERY satisfying) to slide the first basket into place on the course.  Jim (our amazing parks liason) was present and took a putt to mark the occasion too – and … Continue reading

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The Shire – Tournament Weekend

What a great weekend to play disc golf in Ottawa area! An Annual tournament hosted on private land drew over 50 golfers from all over Ontario and parts of Quebec. The course was set up primarily on our hosts land … Continue reading

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Temporary Tees

This season on the course at E.T. Seton will be used to tighten up the lay-out from the baskets backwards…meaning we’ll play with temporary(grass) tee-locations through-out the spring and summer before installing tee pads. The course will have two basket … Continue reading

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Who was E.T. Seton?

Well, since the spring of 2011 has frustrated us all with a wet, cold start  – and this has held up installation of the course by a couple of weeks I have had some time to do a bit of … Continue reading

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Final Approval & Financials.

In my last post, I mentioned ‘locates’ had begun, and are now done.  What are ‘locates? Any time a utility company buries it’s pipeline, cable etc. and you plan to dig it’s important to know where they’re buried to avoid … Continue reading

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