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Passing through Austin...

Post Posted: Tue May 25, 2010 10:07 am

Hey Austin Disc Golfers... I am going to be passing through Austin mid-June and would love some suggestions on which course(s) I should hit. Even better, if someone would be interested in meeting up to play around, I would love a tour guide. Also, going out on a limb, if there are any trusting golfers that have a couch that they would be willing to let a traveling golfer sleep on for the night, it would save me having to find a hotel! But first, I'd definitely be willing to play a round with ya so you can decide if I'm a sketchball or not before deciding whether to lend a couch/floor for me crash. A huge thanks already! I hope to meet some cool people while there and to play one or two of the amazing courses that I have heard about in Austin.


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Re: Passing through Austin...

Post Posted: Thu May 27, 2010 9:42 pm

I have always had a hard time getting people to respond to my posts on this forum. what days will you be in Austin? I would recomend Circle R to anyone coming to central texas. Two courses, pay to play, camping available on the course on weekends. We have a wide variety of course styles, but circle r will work for anyone. Other course recomendations would include Circle C, Pease, Austin Ridge, Old Settlers, Wilco (costs $1) for big courses. Searight, Cat Hollow, Rivery, Zilker for medium courses. I like Bart also but you definitely need a guide there unless they put new signs up. Nine holers include Brushy Creek Sports Complex (big nine hole) Cactus Patch (technical woodsy church course) Wells Branch(great for beginers)

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Re: Passing through Austin...

Post Posted: Thu Jun 03, 2010 1:25 pm

Hi Andy,

Sorry for the lack of response, but Judson is unfortunately correct. Most Austin golfers use the pdga discussion board a lot more than this one (it hasn't helped that too much of our info has gotten out-of-date). But we are working on fixing all that and we hope it be a lot more useful of a site soon. I think most people check in to see what notices and info have been posted on the forum, but don't really use it as a back & forth communication tool.

You would likely find some willing "couches" by posting there of the pdga board. The club area is:

There is a "visiting austin" thread; it hasn't had anything posted on it in a year or so, so it is way down the list, but it also has a few good course recomendations and some directions I think.

Judson lists some good courses! Circle R is great but not always open - you'd have to contact them in advance to make sure, but well worth it if you can. Closer and always open: Circle C (also called Slaughter Creek Metro), Travis Country East Metro Park (in Manor, just east of town; but another fantastic course), Wilco (in Round Rock, just north of town), Pease in central Austin and likely to be removed at the end of the year.

I hope you enjoy your visit!

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Re: Passing through Austin...

Post Posted: Thu Jun 03, 2010 8:55 pm

Oh yeah I forgot to mention Manor and the met center. Those are great courses too. Thanks for picking up the slack Gordo. Circle R is pretty much open every weekend now and camping is available there.

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