Thanks for the tips. Zip code list and full color presentation of proposed tee and basket positions, and I included a link to this forum. Hopefully the give us a thumbs up for next Sundays temp course and all the board members are encouraged to come play and see it in the park first hand. The weather looks favorable for now and that will bring a large crowd out for the event, that will also show them the interest this sport has. My contact told me that some of the members already know about disc golf. They are also looking at putting a few baskets in the park across from the Keil in the Gateway Mall.
Key points made in presentation:
A low cost activity for all skill levels to bring more people to the park
Trash pick up
Baskets and golf discs made in St. Louis (They love this kind of stuff, keeping business local. City planning can be and sometimes is out of town interests attempting to make a profit.)
City residents that currently travel to the county to play
No additional maintnence
A city resident (me) is bringing this to them
Volunteer organized ongoing events and teaching to city residents through the brand new YMCA
Design requires no cutting of trees and coexists with current park activities
Until Tuesday...........(That's when the park meeting is)
AM FOR LIFE! If I could only putt.......