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Never take life too seriously, nobody ever gets out alive anyway.

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neat-o

heh... neat-o, that course looks fun. anyone notice that girls' drive? pretty nice

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hells yeah!

who wants a road trip!... its only 8 1/2 hours okay we might need a sponsor to afford gas or maybe just turn Sawyer's bus into a clown car and split it! That course looks pretty freaking cool!

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Played that

Definitely the most unique landscape I've ever thrown disc on. A whole lot of blind sky hyzers, and some crazy cool 10 foot island mesas with baskets on top. Tough to find your way around without a map, but a great great stop on your way to Minnesota/North Dakota. Recommended by me for sure.

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Makoshika State Park Disc Golf

I agree with jdmbigsky. I play that course every time I drive east. Doc and I played it on the way to ND for the Badlands Open last month. The latest addition to the course is sweet wooden teepads, a little too small but very nicely built. I dont think I would drive there just to play that course but it is only another hour to Dickenson ND to play Spike's Patterson Lake course. Definately a worthy combo for a road trip.

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Nice

Way cool vid, I think Judd the stud B. had lots to do with the creation of that course. Looks pretty wild. Go Mt!