Baskets in place

A new ‘back-nine’ for Yorkton and area disc golfers is now reality. Wednesday City crews were busy installing the baskets which include three baskets in the green area around the base of the City Water Tower, and six utilizing the trees and elevation changes of Rodney Ridge. The course can be played as its own nine-basket challenge, or with a short walk be played as part of an 18 with the course at Patrick Park. For that experience it is suggested you play the first three baskets at Patrick Park, walk down the paved path and take in the new nine, then walk back to Patrick park to complete baskets four to nine.

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