New disc golf course at park


Hilltop Disc Golf Club President Tommy Yoder and niece Vyla Yohey set the baskets on the new Valley 9 disc golf course at Melvin Miller Park on Sunday. The course is beginner friendly, kid friendly and more handicap accessible than the original 18-hole course that goes into the woods. The club has more projects in the works to further improve the nine-hole course, including tree planting this fall.

Hilltop Disc Golf Club President Tommy Yoder and niece Vyla Yohey set the baskets on the new Valley 9 disc golf course at Melvin Miller Park on Sunday. The course is beginner friendly, kid friendly and more handicap accessible than the original 18-hole course that goes into the woods. The club has more projects in the works to further improve the nine-hole course, including tree planting this fall.


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Hilltop Disc Golf Club President Tommy Yoder and niece Vyla Yohey set the baskets on the new Valley 9 disc golf course at Melvin Miller Park on Sunday. The course is beginner friendly, kid friendly and more handicap accessible than the original 18-hole course that goes into the woods. The club has more projects in the works to further improve the nine-hole course, including tree planting this fall.

Hilltop Disc Golf Club President Tommy Yoder and niece Vyla Yohey set the baskets on the new Valley 9 disc golf course at Melvin Miller Park on Sunday. The course is beginner friendly, kid friendly and more handicap accessible than the original 18-hole course that goes into the woods. The club has more projects in the works to further improve the nine-hole course, including tree planting this fall.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2019/08/web1_DiscGolf.jpgHilltop Disc Golf Club President Tommy Yoder and niece Vyla Yohey set the baskets on the new Valley 9 disc golf course at Melvin Miller Park on Sunday. The course is beginner friendly, kid friendly and more handicap accessible than the original 18-hole course that goes into the woods. The club has more projects in the works to further improve the nine-hole course, including tree planting this fall. Submitted photo