Disc and Ball golf cohabitation

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Disc and Ball golf cohabitation

Postby gregwil2 on Fri Apr 20, 2012 10:38 am

While on vacation (north of Indianapolis) today I played my first course that was combined with a ball golf course. It was really cool and in great shape. It only cost $3 to play all day and add $7 if you want to use a cart. I didn't have a lot of time so I got the cart and it was awesome. I got 2 rounds in under two hours playing the long tees. The course was a very good use of the "rough" between fairways for the first few holes (about 150" from the manicured fairway at the closest spot). Then it broke off into the woods at the edges of the ball course. Then through the sparsely wooded area between a few holes and ended back around near the start. There was even some water via a steam on about a third of the holes. It was well worth the money and I wish there was the same thing around St Louis.
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