Tee-off #1 33m
Easy: straight through the trees and over the rocks to the pin.
Sponsored by the Pender Islands Disc Club Careful not to overshoot or it’s over the edge and to the bottom of the hill.
Tee-off #2 46m
Straight through the trees and up the rocks to the pin.
Sponsored by Casual Pender Again: don’t overshoot, or veer to the right; of it’s “gone, baby, gone”.
Tee-off #3 43m
Most folks go through the right and hook left; some hammer to the left and slice right to the pin; and some just shoot straight through the tree to the pin.
Sponsored by the Pughs in Memory of Lucy Careful not to go off to the right or over the back.
Tee-off #4 34m
Short but tricky shot through the trees down to the pin.
Sponsored by the Bachmeire Brothers The danger here is going high over the rocks behind the pin.
Tee-off #5 31m
Another short but tricky shot: downhill and to the right past the trees.
Sponsored by Rick Ashbee and Ace The only real danger here is dense brush to the right of the pole.
Tee-off #6 48m
A longer shot. Through the narrow alley and to the pin which is up and a bit to the right.
Sponsored by Steve Neil This pole’s protected by trees on the left and right but there’s not a lot behind it to stop your disc if you overshoot.
Tee-off #7 49m
Another longer shot. Through the narrow alley, around the big tree in the middle and to the pin.
Sponsored by Magic Lake Market With lots of rock behind the pole there’s no danger of overshooting but careful not to roll off downhill to the right.
Tee-off #8 43m
There it is: straight up that hill; if you overshoot you’re down the other side.
Sponsored by the Pender Island Vinyl Exchange The pole sits atop the highest hill in the park. Needless to say, if you overshoot you’ll go downhill.
Tee-off #9 43m
A downhill and to the right shot to the pin.
Sponsored by the Nature Diver And back to where we began. The only real dangers here are overshooting and either going down to the road or, if you’re way off to the right, hitting the crowds by the clubhouse watching you.