May 1st, 2010 the rates for daily play will change from $2.50 on weekdays to $3.00. Rates for the weekends/holidays will change from $3.00 to $4.00. Month passes will be lowered to $30 but will not be good for weekends or holidays.
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7 Responses to “Interim Course Rate Changes”
bummer…the same day Emerald Isle closes rates go up :-(
make that money
I must admit I am a little bit bummed by this change in fee price. I do understand the neccasity of such a increase though as things will always go up in price. What I do not understnd is it went from 2.50/3.00 to 3.00/4.00. Bit of a jump in price for the weekend/holidays when compared to the weekdays. Maybe, however slightly though, the increase in price to play will discourage the weekenders who have a tendancy to ruin it for others who actually play. Ok, so wishful thinking until San Diego actually gets more Disc Golf (only) courses.
pretty lame not letting the monthly pass work on weekends/holidays…raise the price to $40 and make it work every day…
altogether lame, unless snapper’s putting diamonds on those bracelets.
LMFAO!! Enough with the 50 cent reraises! Just make it 5 bones wkdays n 8 on wkends! like u’ve always dreamed about leo morley:)
Just another reason why I can’t wait for Kitt Carson Park in Escondido to open. The crowds at Morley Field are ridiculous and there are just too many people out there who are clueless of disc golf etiquette. Insane to see 4-5 groups sitting on hole 5 in the late afternoon even after a torential down pour.
I would highly recommend to all seasoned players that if you do go down to Morley, you would start setting up temp baskets near the course at the other park areas and simply bypass the crowds and the increase rate fee.
You can easily setup 9-18 holes just North of the course, between South of Upas St, West of 28th St, and East of the street leading into the baseball field parking lot. More than enough room all to yourselves without the long lines. Hopefully regular players start making this the norm. Just google map the area and see that you have more land to work with to create some very interesting shot selections (with less dead trees).
I know there have been temp courses mapped out before in this area, but this would be a great time to start the movement again.