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Photos: New holes added to Central Park Disc Golf Course

Disc golf enthusiasts flocked to Superior's Central Park to check out three new holes.

Caleb Barnaby tosses his disc at the basket on the new third hole of the Central Park Disc Golf Course
Caleb Barnaby tosses his disc at the basket on the new third hole of the Central Park Disc Golf Course in Superior on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 25. Barnaby was enjoying a round with a co-worker from UW-Superior.
Jed Carlson / Superior Telegram
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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.

Lee Marlow, of Duluth, tees off from the new tee box on the new second hole of the Central Park Disc Golf Course
Lee Marlow, of Duluth, tees off from the new tee box on the new second hole of the Central Park Disc Golf Course in Superior on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 25.
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Part of a large group of electrical workers tee off from the new tee box on the third hole of the Central Park Disc Golf Course
Part of a large group of electrical workers tee off from the new tee box on the third hole of the Central Park Disc Golf Course in Superior on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 25. The electricians all are working on the rebuild at the Superior Refinery and are members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (I.B.E.W.) union.
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Brandon Patterson, of Superior, tosses his disc towards the basket on the new second hole of the Central Park Disc Golf Course
Brandon Patterson, of Superior, tosses his disc towards the basket on the new second hole of the Central Park Disc Golf Course in Superior on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 25.
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Sean Horton, of Superior, tees off from the new tee box on the new second hole of the Central Park Disc Golf Course
Sean Horton, of Superior, tees off from the new tee box on the new second hole of the Central Park Disc Golf Course in Superior on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 25.
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Cars begin to line the road as the lot at the Central Park Disc Golf Course in Superior is full
Cars begin to line the road as the lot at the Central Park Disc Golf Course in Superior is full Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 25, on the first day three new holes opened on the course.
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John Gauthier, left, of Duluth, watches as Josh Gauthier gets ready to tee off on the new second hole of the Central Park Disc Golf Course
John Gauthier, left, of Duluth, watches as Josh Gauthier gets ready to tee off on the new second hole of the Central Park Disc Golf Course in Superior on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 25.
Jed Carlson / Superior Telegram
William Taft, left, tosses his disc at the basket on the new third hole of the Central Park Disc Golf Course in Superior as Caleb Barnaby walks to his disc
William Taft, left, tosses his disc at the basket on the new third hole of the Central Park Disc Golf Course in Superior as Caleb Barnaby walks to his disc Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 25.
Jed Carlson / Superior Telegram

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Jed Carlson joined the Superior Telegram in February 2001 as a photographer. He grew up in Willmar, Minnesota. He graduated from Ridgewater Community College in Willmar, then from Minnesota State Moorhead with a major in mass communications with an emphasis in photojournalism.
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