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Posted: Tuesday, July 07, 2009 7:07:49 PM

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Location: Where it puts the lotion on its skin
This past 4th of July I had the pleasure of playing Seneca Creek State Park's 27-hole, 2-tee & 3-pin-per-hole gem of a disc golf course.

About a third of the course feels like Kereiakes in Bowling Green, Kentucky with moderate elevation and large cedars to contend with.  This section features multiple PVC pipes lying around that can be used as disc knocker-downers and also conveniently have 2-meter lines painted on them.
The other 2/3 of the course is more wooded with tunnels and hills.  It feels like great seal and the pittsburgh courses, knob hill and moraine state park.

This course has it all: annys, hyzers, straight up the gut shots, long tunnels, finesse downhill shots, elevated baskets, out-of-bound creeks.  Its gorgeous and the area is dedicated solely to disc golf, the other 6000 acres shocked  of the park are for other uses.

Its easy to get between holes but some of the layouts, i.e. pin locations, can be ambiguous sometimes.

I really enjoyed playing here and highly recommend it to anyone going anywhere near DC.  
Posted: Wednesday, July 08, 2009 8:35:13 AM
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Joined: 2/26/2008
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Location: Miami Township, Clermont County, Ohio
Totally agree. I played there after visiting my son in D.C. last year. Great course. Nice to play in a woods with so little underbrush. Pier Park in Portland is similar in that respect.
Posted: Thursday, July 09, 2009 3:04:07 PM
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+1 for Pier Park in Portland.
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