Monday afternoon on the E.T. Seton disc golf course
All to myself
I played the course again today, on my own, to make more notes so that I can create a map. I'm not sure I need to bother creating a map, as a couple of good maps have already been produced by other people; more on those later.
A picnic table under a nice shady tree just off the 18th hole provides a nice spot to lock up my bike. The 18th (long) target is in the foreground, and the 1st (long) target in the background —
There's a sunbather sitting on the 17th fairway, but he'll be gone before I get back —
It was the middle of the afternoon, and I had the place pretty much to myself, no other golfers on the course the whole time.
This next photo shows the 10th hole, up by the archery range. You can just make out the red disc marking the tee-off spot in the foreground —
There was only one archer today, and we had a brief and pleasant chat.
He said had seen disc golfers around here before, and commented on how several of the shots had gone well off course into the bush on the left or even straight ahead into the woods. When he saw that I was alone, he volunteered to be my spotter. I assured him that my shots would be shorter, and that I would be taking two or three to get around the dogleg anyway.