Disc golfers can take a toss for 18 baskets at Muskeg Meadows


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"If you can toss a disc, you can play," Kristi Woodbury, board president for Muskeg Meadows Golf Course, said of the 18-basket disc golf course set among the nine holes of traditional golf. The directional signs are the only missing piece to complete the disc golf course, which held its first tournament over the Fourth of July.

Although the directional signs for each hole have not yet arrived, eager disc golf players are tossing their way through the 18-basket course at Muskeg Meadows.

"People are playing, it's just not well marked yet," said Kristi Woodbury, board president for Muskeg Meadows Golf Course.

After a couple of years of work, the baskets went in last fall, she said. The baskets were delayed by COVID-19.

The manufacturing plant closed down at the start of

the pandemic last March, pushing off delivery until the end of last season.

Scorecards, par designations and tee markers came into play this summer...

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