Pretty much, a parrot could of designed a course on that tract of land, and we would have loved it, it is the best disc golf suited tract of land I have seen, and if we take care of it; I think we all are aware of the 700 vacant acres surrounding the airport, and what that could mean for the future of disc golf. Simply put behave, don't litter and anything is possible.
Little Bit of Historical Data for club members:
Much thanks to the original designers Tim Finan and Don Moellenbeck, and even more thanks to Corey Campbell who has adopted this course and should be considered a minimum, a co-captain of this course. Corey thank you for flagging the baskets with the orange flags; an expense he incurred out of his own pocket. Thank you for insuring that the garbage bags are on the course, and the painted directional arrows and tee boxes. I also want to thank, Gateway Disc Golf, specifically Dave McCormack for getting the course in the ground, and creating another 18 hole Championship Disc Golf Course.
A vote of confidence to Gateway:
I am sure that Gateway will promptly repair hole 4 and replace hole 18 with a Titan Chain set up. The long walks between the holes are in my opinion, genious! The separation allows for the club or its sponsors to set up throughout the course providing shade and drink for the players out of the way of the tee boxes. The walk from 1-2 & 2-3 & 7-8 & 12-13 provide areas that shade can be set up, Porta Potties can be located, and people won't be cramped up at the tees.
Loving it, Thank you RCF