Disc golf course at Fruita Riverside Park finally open

Bill Alderman takes a shot at the basket on the long par-4 17th hole during a recent practice round at the Fruita Riverside Park disc golf course. After dealing with high water issues, the course opened Aug. 7 and will host the Colorado Disc Golf Championships in October.



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Bill Alderman takes a shot at the basket on the long par-4 17th hole during a recent practice round at the Fruita Riverside Park disc golf course. After dealing with high water issues, the course opened Aug. 7 and will host the Colorado Disc Golf Championships in October.

It’s time to let it fly. The 18-hole disc golf course at Fruita Riverside Park is open. The course at Snooks Bottom has all 18 holes available and ready for play. “It’s…




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