It seems the more you play Morley the more people you'll meet from out of town. Thats part of the fun of the sport, meeting new players from S.D. and abroad. If you listen close enough you'll hear almost every single person inform you that "their" course was one of (if not THE) first course built in the US. If this writer had a dollar for everytime he has heard this he would have more than enough for private disc golf lessons from Micah (or maybe Feldberg). "mycoursewasfirstitis" seems to be contagious. If you are traveling away from San Diego, ba careful, you might catch it. btw... Morley IS one of the first courses built in the U.S. (lol) On that note here is an article for the new course in Thousand Oaks, CA. claiming their stake.
note - played "Rabbit Flats" 5/29/10. Small course surrounding a large hill. churned up dirt clods and dry weeds (for now). Short holes/multiple baskets. Very nice tee pads/benches. Well thought out for what land they had to work with (9 acres). If you like to play Montiel, you might like this. Will be better with upcoming landscaping. Not worth the drive from S.D. but worth checking out if you are in the area.