Originally Posted by JimKelly
#2 on top of that hill is just a gimmick box period.
To all of Jim's points I will agree. With the one concering uneven teepads being the most pressing. In my opinion no box should be intentionally put on any degree of inclination or decline, if flat ground is available it is the responsibility of the course designer to utilize it, even at the detrement to the hole. I have come very close on many occasions to being injured by such "difficult" teeboxes. Most holes at "The Links" are hard enough (water hazards, extreme wind variation, and large areas of concrete OB) without having to add gimmicky and potentially dangerous teeboxes. I believe the last thing any disc golfer wants to think about is if he/she is going to slip, twist, turn, slide, the wrong way on a run up. A perfect example of this is Austin Ridge Bible Church, some would argue on a pure epic scale no course is more beautiful or well laid out in Texas, but with only cedar chip and large rocks making up the teepads it fails overall as a course and will do so until these boxes are fixed.