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Disc golfers clean up Lake Olmstead Park



Saturday morning at Lake Olmstead Park, Augusta’s Disc Golf Association board members cleaned up some gator dredging to prepare for Sunday morning’s disc golf tournament at 9 a.m.

In the past, board members of the association have had make several requests for the city government to maintain th...

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  1. Do, I guess the local jail must be empty, or whoever is responsible to coordinate the inmate crew to cut the grass dropped the disc…or ball. The disc golf course at Lake Olmstead is likely one of the easiest sports related field to keep up. The CSRA has a jewel here in multiple disc golf courses, probably more than I have seen in any metropolitan area. ARC needs to take advantage of these opportunities and reach out to these organizations and ask”How can we help?”

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