Unidentifed Flying discs spotted

curved disc

curved disc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Disc on target

Disc on target

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This mystery of the unidentifed object was quickly solved on the disc golf course at Lloyd Park and did not involve any little green men! A bumper crowd over the half term break enjoyed free disc golf on either the short nine-hole course or for the more adventurous, a full-sized 18 hole layout.

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They think its going in the basket!

While not all the discs flew in the intended direction this is one sport that can be enjoyed by both young and old alike. The average hole on the short course is around 50 meters. The course was surprisingly dry and in good condition, only one tee was particularly muddy and necessitated an improvised teeing ground.

And now a fun competition ( no prizes I’m afraid), are you able to locate the position of the disc that has been removed from the following photograph?

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Spot the location of the disc

The shot was on target towards the basket and if you look closely at the photograph you should be able to pinpoint the missing disc. If you require a hint then please check immediately below. For the answer scroll right to the end of this post where you can find the original photo.Good Luck!

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Look closely at the shadow on the grass in front of and to the right of the basket.

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scorecard for nine hole course

scorecard for nine hole course

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The missing disc revealed

Did  you discover the correct location? Whether you were right or nearly right, I hope this post has inspired you to try disc golf at Lloyd Park soon.

 

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