This course is a pillar of the disc golf community in the Maritimes. There will always be a certain unity between the Hammonds Plains course and the Beech Hill Course in Sackville, NB, in our minds. This is partially because the baskets for both courses were ordered at the same time, and also because there is a good blend of wooded shots and open holes at each course. In both cases, the courses were built at a financial loss to our company (which at the time was called Greensmith Contracting). However, in both cases, the investment was worth it, and the value to the community far out-weighs any personal financial losses that were incurred. At Hammonds Plains, in particular, many players have put in their time to volunteer and make the course the gem that it is today. This is one of the strongest clubs you will see anywhere in the world. They are dedicated and well organized, and this commitment is readily apparent in constant course improvements.
The course itself is located on private land, and without that land owner, there's a reasonable chance the Halifax still may not have a disc golf course. This project was built because at least two people took a leap of faith and made something happen in Halifax that had never happened before. Projects like these bring us so much joy that we always consider every community request, even if it is not a money-making endeavour.