Does the history of Winthrop Gold outweigh its shortcomings?
October 16, 2020 by Charlie Eisenhood in Opinion with 0 comments
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Q: The Winthrop Gold course does not reflect the future of disc golf. We do not need to hold premier events on temporary courses placed on borrowed land. This comes up every year for a reason. The property is a problem.
Let me address a couple of points: the “prestige” of the tournament and the reliance on out-of-bounds.
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