Indian summer frisbee golf

Back to the Toronto Island course for the 2010 fall series

Added 2010-11-09

Aubrey and I went back over to the Island for the first of hopefully several Tuesday frisbee golf games on the long course with the chain basket targets.

This course offers some really stunning scenery.

An abandoned picnic table, in a secluded copse on Toronto Island

After the front nine, we stop for lunch at the picnic table beside the old church (St. Andrew By-The-Lake). Now ~that's~ a samwidge!

Thick cut ham, tomatoes, cucumber, and green onion

Aubrey had a three-stroke lead coming in to the 18th hole, then pulled a Van de Velde and lost the game 109-108.

By the way, we're going to adjust the pars for several holes. The overriding principle here is that eagle should not automatically be out of the question, just difficult, and birdie should be a realistic possibility, instead of always having to make a long-distance putt just to save par.

Another gorgeous fall day in, yes, a gorgeous city.

Toronto skyline from the Ward's Island ferry

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