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By: mattcdsa | May 17, 2016

Thanks to donations from the CDSA, MHDGC and Birdie Disc Golf, 2 new baskets have been replaced at Ken Caryl Ranch. This is one of Colorado's oldest disc golf courses, established in 1978.

This is the status of the 30 year old baskets at Ken Caryl Ranch. Zoom in and you can see that it has baling wiring for the bottom of the basket holding it together.

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By: mattcdsa | April 18, 2016

Originally Posted by Matt James on March 9, 2014 at 12:12am in Colorado Courses Discussion Forum


Here is a little story of it's creation by Michael Shuette of the Pikes Peak Flying Disc Golf Club.

About a year ago I was contacted by John and Christie Ramshur, Palmer Lake residents who wanted to have a disc golf course to entice their daughter Courtney and her fiancee to come down more often from Denver so that they would see them more often. John and Christie had approached the business group / association of Palmer Lake to work a disc golf course into their GoCo grant for the purpose of improving the level of attraction of PL and bring more visitors to the area. We met a few days later and I walked them through what appeared to be a good usa...

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By: mattcdsa | April 18, 2016

Originally Posted by Brian Stevenson on May 12, 2011 at 10:55am in Colorado Courses Discussion Forum


Hello all,

 

Long time listener, first time poster.......

 

I moved to Colorado with my wife last spring to Castle Rock and bought our first house.  While we were looking for a place to buy we found out that there wasa discgolf course only a few miles away from us here in Castle rock called Matney Park.

 

We played in our first tournaments over last summer here in colorado and love the community of disc golfers out there.  This discussion is looking for help, advice, warnings, etc..... pertaining to the adoption of a disc golf course.

 

We've played this course a ton and actually it's really nice for an open style course.  There are definitely things...

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By: mattcdsa | April 18, 2016

Originally Posted by Matt James on April 1, 2011 at 9:30pm


Some of you may have noticed some stakes and painting on the ground at the Badlands South / Lighthouse course. Well the fact is, the South Suburban Parks Department has purchased the old boat storage/Lighthouse building area. They will be using the existing road, where the picnic table now sits by tee 1. The course had to change because they are going to have to take out existing holes 2 and 3. There will be a pond constructed where the bowl of hole 3 is now.

 

So a couple weeks ago Ronnie Ross, Mike and Alissa Dunn, myself and two representatives from South Suburban Parks Department went and decided what the new holes should be. All of these new changes will probably happen in the nex...

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