I didn't play Angry Beaver, but if it played anything like R.L. Smith then it was a completely appropriate Worlds course. R.L. Smith was a tremendous woods course, with perfectly ample fairways. If folks think that the level of tightness at R.L. Smith is somehow unfair, then they should not play disc in the state of North Carolina. Better yet, they should just go out to a wide open field and set up a basket 325 ft. away from each tee.
The rest of the country could learn a thing or two about disc golf course design by playing a round at R.L. Smith. It's easily the best new course I've played in the last 2 years.
Last edited by Jeff_LaG; Jul 29 2012 at 10:17 PM.