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Lets Play Along!

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Hidden : 11/28/2003
2.5 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

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Warning: hunt this cache at your risk!

Since it seems totally avoiding Disc golfers would be difficult, so lets play along with them. This Park has a full 20! hole disc golf course. Unless you know the layout, or can guess really well, you will probably have to walk around for a while to find the right markers. This would be a perfect cache to do while playing the course.

You will need to locate two different fairway maps, these maps are on the tee off posts. The first map is at given coordinates. The other map is at the hole which is 4 times, then plus one, the hole number of the one you start at.[(number of starting hole x 4)+1]
Be sure to note the distances given on both maps (distances are called AA and AB).

[Note: Several of the fairway maps were vandalized back in fall 2005. Including one you needed at hole three (the given coordinate), so I will give you thoses numbers AA= 205 and AB= 275. You must still need to visit the second fairway map and do the math to figure out the final location.]

Once you've visited both tee's you can then add up the AA and AB numbers.
[205+[other AA]] +101= North (latitude decimal) .ABC
[275+[other AB]] -35=West (longitude decimal) .XYZ
The final cache is at N 42°01.ABC W 91°36.XYZ

For more on geocaching in Iowa, vist the Iowa Geocachers Organization home page.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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