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Jay Ducharme February 13, 2012 at 6:21pm
I can understand that, John. I'm curious if anyone has ricocheted a disc INTO a neighbor's yard. If it's on our property (west of the stone fence), then we're okay. If discs regularly land in their backyards, then we'll most likely have to move the fairway.
John Kielb February 13, 2012 at 1:16pm
I've seen throws ricochet off trees and get close to the property line, so it's clearly possible. I haven't encountered any neighbor's yet.
Jay Ducharme February 10, 2012 at 7:16pm
The administration at HCC has received complaints from neighbors that disc golfers have been entering their backyards. I assume that would be on hole 7. I find this odd, since the fairway is a good 50-100 feet from the property line and is lined with trees. But I guess a bad throw could conceivably knock a disc into a neighbor's yard.
If you have had that problem, or know someone who has, let me know. I might have to move the fairway further west.
Jay Ducharme November 26, 2010 at 7:41pm
There are scorecards available online (http://hccdiscgolf.karenandjay.com). You can also pick one up in the Bartley Center when it's open. All holes are par 3 except for holes 8 and 11, which are par 4.
Erica Johnson November 2, 2010 at 4:06pm
accidently left one of my discs at hcc on hole 18. if anyone finds it I would much appreciate it back. - blue breeze with inner rim colored navy blue. (not expecting to ever see it again, but if so, that would be great) -thanks!