My new Canadian friend Dan was leaving south Florida to explore more of the northern regions of the state, So we got together Sunday morning with our disc golf buddies Steve and Tim, and the four of us drove up north to hit a few courses up the way. Our first stop was at PGA National Park in West Palm Beach. Newly designed after the park pulled the course for a few months, we enjoyed a fun round of 18 holes at the forward-backward design of this 9 hole course. We then headed a few more miles up to the FAU Campus course in Jupiter. I’ve always enjoyed this 18-holer, and I almost walked away from here with my first hole-in-one on this course. We then had a nice lunch at a sports grill in Abacoa, and then continued north to our final destination – Gordy Road Park in Ft. Pierce. One of the neatest courses in Florida, with its beautiful fairways and challenging but rewarding design, we ended up playing four rounds at this 9-hole course, and we all wished we didn’t run out of sunlight or we would’ve keep on playing here. Matter of fact, Dan was so impressed with this course, he decided to stay in Ft. Pierce and play the course all day Monday. Tim, Steve and I wished him well, and headed back south to Lauderdale.