Day Zero Project: Completed No. 67

Apr 23

This shot was taken at Schenectady Central Park DGC -- a course that I have played more than any now. It was one of the 10 for this Day Zero Project goal.

A Day Zero Project goal of P.J.’s has been completed!

Goal completed: Play 10 disc golf courses I have never played.

Date completed: March 2012.

Number: 67  (remember, these goals will not all be done in order. It’s a random list where the numbers actually are).

Description: I wanted to play and explore 10 disc golf courses I had never played before. Being there aren’t many in my local area, this meant I would have to likely travel around and see new places.

Why I wanted to do it: When I first started the Day Zero Project, I was also new to the game of disc golf. That meant, it was a way for me to see new courses, play new courses and hopefully learn about the game more.

How I did it: I did it over time, that’s for sure! In my early playing days, I had only played “three” courses. I use quotes because two of them were full-time courses and one was a temp course. From there, I expanded a little. I hit up the course in Schenectady (which I have now played many times over) and then the one in Binghamton. I got the other in our “area” before expanding. A trip to the city to stay with a friend for a few days got me a few more courses in December 2010 and I thought I was on the way to doing this quickly.

Alas, it slowed down.

I added another in April 2011 for a tournament. Two of us went to the Ithaca area and ended up playing TC3 Panther Highlands. We had planned to try at least one 9-hole course there, but the first one took a while, so we moved along. I then finished off this goal with a weekend trip to Lancaster, Pa., in later March/early April this year. There, I played several mini courses and two regular courses. At some point, I also played one of the “local” courses at a state park — an object course — but hadn’t written it down. So I’ve done well enough to get my 10 new courses.

The courses I visited:

  • Schenectady Central Park, NY (11-11-10)
  • Conklin DGC, NY (11-25-10)
  • Hyzer Creek, NY (12-4-10)
  • Rutgers – Douglas, NJ (12-22-10)
  • Chimney Rock DGC, NJ (12-22-10)
  • Greenwood Meadows DGC, NJ (12-22-10)
  • FDR State Park, NY (4-2-11)
  • TC3 Panther Highlands, NY (6-25-11)
  • D.F. Buchmiller Park, PA (3-30-12)
  • Mini DGC at Mushroom Manor, PA (3-31-12)
I enjoyed playing these courses and I hope, by the end of the year, that I’ll have added 10 more new courses. I have several I’d like to see and play and hope I get the chance. I really love looking and playing new courses. I also have hopes that the local course that has been being worked on for a few years will come to fruition. It would be nice to have a solid course — if even just nine holes — to play on locally. And it would be nice to have a “true” home course.

About P.J.’s Day Zero Project: Day Zero is a project where people come up with 101 things to do over 1001 days. I started the project on Oct. 10, 2010 with an anticipated finish date of July 8, 2013. Goals will not be revealed until they are completed. A private list is at the Day Zero website  and the list will be made public upon completion of the project. It’s my thoughts that if things are kept private, should I not do them, change or find a way around it, I’d only be cheating myself.

Fundraiser: I am, again, trying to raise money for the Relay For Life. If you donate to me — even a small amount — you will be entered to win a super-sweet quilted scarf. Click here for all the information!

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  1. Betty Miller /

    Great! You finally finished your long-time project! Congratulations. Hope you’ll another this year. :)

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