SUPERIOR — Disc golfers at the Central Park Disc Golf Course were greeted with a new look Tuesday, Oct. 25. Three new holes were added to the 6-hole course, giving the park more of a real-golf feeling.
The course was packed in the late afternoon as adults and children played the 9-hole course. A group of about a dozen workers from the Superior Refinery rebuild play every Tuesday after their shift.
“It’s like a real course now,” one of the workers shouted while digging for his disc in the woods near the creek.
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