4/21/12: The STLDGC Asks for Your Help with Course Improvements!
With the St. Louis Open coming soon and Earth Day upon us, the St. Louis Disc Golf Club wants to encourage its membership, and other local DG-enthusiasts, to help us keep our parks clean and to help improve our local Courses. We’re scheduling work days and clean up efforts over the next 2 weeks (see info/schedule below) and would appreciate all the help and participation we can get, but everyone can pitch in by bringing a trash sack or two with you to your “home course” the next time you play a round. See some trash? Pick it Up. It’s really as simple as that- we all need to work together to ensure that our Parks are clean year round, and it would be particularly nice to “show off” our Courses at the Open while they’re looking their best…Come out and help your local course shine!
*Endicott: click here for Endicott Course Improvement DISCussion and schedule on our Forums!
-new steps for Hole #7
-spray for Poison Ivy
-rebuild neighboring fence along Hole #6 fairway
Contact: Chris Kinsella
*Jefferson Barracks: click here for JB Course DISCussion on our forums!
JB Nooner Clean Up Extravaganza scheduled for Sunday, April 29th
- show up for next weekend’s Nooner at 10am and help clean the course for 2 hours & the Club and JB’s Course Captains will cover your entry & Ace Pool buy-in for the Nooner…
Contacts: Greg Dohogne and Mark Dudenhoeffer
*Sioux Passage: click here for Sioux Passage Course Improvement DISCussion on our forums!
-clean out fairways 9, 5a, and 10d
Contacts: Mark Kane and Francis Albanese
*Rock Spring: click here for Rock Spring Course DISCussion on our forums!
-pick up trash/litter throughout course
-place trashcans appropriately
Contacts: Jeff Ligon and Chris Kinsella
*New Tee Signs: click here for New Tee Sign DISCussion on our forums!
-New Tee Signs are in hand for JB, and signs for Endicott and Sioux Passage aren’t far behind…
-The Tee Posts are being repainted to discourage graffiti and vandalism
Contacts: Tim Wiegard and Jeff Irwin