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Oakwood's layout challenges top amateur disc golfers at world championship

Drew Stevens helps look for a fellow group member's disc at the Professional Disc Golf Association Amateur Championships at Oakwood Park in Cottage Grove on Wednesday. 1 / 8
Donnie Ferguson flings a disc toward the basket at the Professional Disc Golf Association Amateur Championships at Oakwood Park in Cottage Grove on Wednesday. (Bulletin photo by Jace Frederick)2 / 8
Gary Polkinghorne throws his putter at the basket at the Professional Disc Golf Association Amateur Championships at Oakwood Park in Cottage Grove on Wednesday. (Bulletin photo by Jace Frederick)3 / 8
Ryan Mapus throws a drive at the Professional Disc Golf Association Amateur Championships at Oakwood Park in Cottage Grove on Wednesday. (Bulletin photo by Jace Frederick)4 / 8
Gary Polkinghorne attempts a shot from his knees at the Professional Disc Golf Association Amateur Championships at Oakwood Park in Cottage Grove on Wednesday. (Bulletin photo by Jace Frederick)5 / 8
Drew Stevens attempts a shot at the Professional Disc Golf Association Amateur Championships at Oakwood Park in Cottage Grove on Wednesday. (Bulletin photo by Jace Frederick)6 / 8
A disc clanks into the basket at the Professional Disc Golf Association Amateur Championships at Oakwood Park in Cottage Grove on Wednesday. (Bulletin photo by Jace Frederick)7 / 8
Gary Polkinghorne attempts a putt at the Professional Disc Golf Association Amateur Championships at Oakwood Park in Cottage Grove on Wednesday. (Bulletin photo by Jace Frederick)8 / 8
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Oakwood's layout challenges top amateur disc golfers at world championship
Cottage Grove Minnesota 7584 80th Street South 55016

Oakwood Park is one of seven hosts this week for the Professional Disc Golf Association's Amateur World Championships. While Oakwood is not the longest course, with its longest hole at around 550 yards, its layout is making things difficult on some of the nation's top amateurs. Competitors from the different divisions will continue to attack the course throughout the week, with rounds taking place on Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 a.m., and Thursday and Friday at 2:30 p.m.

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