Grab your disc and fling it at Bay’s disc golf course

Dwight Clark uses a post hole digger while Jim Smillie breaks up the stone rubble with an iron rod. The ninth hole location was difficult to dig because rubble from the old swimming pool was buried there.

Disc golf baskets are up in Cahoon Memorial Park and ready for “golfers” to play the course. Volunteers dug the holes for the disc golf basket poles on June 2 and installed the nine pole baskets on June 5 at the Cahoon Creek Disc Golf Course. So grab a disc and fling away.

The first hole starts at the top of the sledding hill. The signs aren’t yet up, but the baskets are numbered. Four holes are on the west side of the creek, five on the east side. Rental discs and a course map will be available at the Rec Dept. in the near future. The course is free and open to the public.

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Volume 5, Issue 12, Posted 11:28 AM, 06.11.2013