Played Hiestand Park in Madison for the 1st time at a real Disc Golf course. Beaver Dam is nice but a bad throw will not get you in trouble (behind a large number of trees, sideways on a hill and so forth). I loved it.
Tossed a 67 but a little course knowledge will help for next time. Wish I had more distance on my drives but it'll come I hope.
I parked in that parking lot on the wrong side of the course but I think I'll always park there - a little more exercise and I can warm up throwing across the soccer fields.
I also need a bag as I purchased another putter so I have three to practice with now. Looking into buy a Wolf for a backhand anhyzer throw I needed on one hole. I think this is how people accumulate disc's. By having a hole or situation that did not have an appropriate disc (like I can do what the disc is made for LOL).