Daytime frisbee golf
Much nicer photo opportunities than at night
Aubrey and I booked Tuesday off to play a daytime round of frisbee golf on the Beach course.
Here's the 3rd hole, a par three: between the trees, over the boardwalk and snow fence, target is any part of lifeguard stand.
Facing west from the 4th fairway (looking down the 18th fairway along the boardwalk), notice the new flagpole near the 4th tee.
Looking east along the boardwalk, along the 5th fairway. No thumping music and crowd of onlookers from the Balmy Beach Club's back patio today.
A bit of history, painted on the side of the club house. The Balmy Beach club won Canada's football Grey Cup in 1927 and 1930.
Here's the 8th hole, a par three. Notice the lovely elevated tee. The target is the light pole just back of the bench. More aces on this hole than any other. Ding!
The grey squirrels are totally dominating the black ones, including with their audacious begging behaviour.
Here's the approach to the 12th hole, a par five. Over (sometimes through) the parking lot, through a well treed park, down to the corner, the target is the stop sign (any part of the pole or sign). My eagle shot from here went into the bush, and I made a birdie.
This is the infamous 16th hole, a very long par five from the rocks of the breakwater, to the light pole behind the (new) bench on the left of the picture in the distance.
Here's the rock called "the shooter" from which we tee off on 16. Many, many a frisbee has gone into the lake here.
Ladybugs all over da place.