As we have seen so many new players playing in that last year, it also became apparent that the White Course is a bit too challenging. The Red Course is a great way to learn the sport and avoid losing discs in the Maple Hill water. Once you start shooting more pars than bogeys, your eyes will naturally start to wander to the White Course. It is the next step in the course progression, but until 2021, it was a really big step.
We are making many changes to the White Course. The White Course is becoming a super size Red Course. It offers more challenges, brings some water into play, but it will now be a relatively basic disc golf course, losing many of the difficult angled shots. All of these changes are being put in place to make the White Course a much easier course for beginners to step up and try.
The complete list of changes is below the picture but before we get to that, we should address concerns of players of the current whites. The White Course and the Blue Course difficulty levels were too similar. For example, if you love the White Course and don't like the changes, perhaps it is time to step up to the Blue Course, which is also changing a little bit. Or, if you loved White Hole 1 over the pond, this is now Blue Hole 1. If you loved White Hole 10's dog leg up the hole, give the new Blue Hole 10 (old Diamond 10) a try to get the same effect.