Alton Baker Park

Eugene, Oregon     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +4 votes  + Grape Ape › April 4, 2013
B+
LOVE the new course.....We at Pac-West DGA appreciate you Andrew and Eugene disc golfers that got this course put in! Andrew Rich, an area pro, is putting in a pro shop, to include a food cart offering many food selections. This will be a pay to play course ($3 day) but well worth it! Oh and season passes are available too....just stop by and see Andrew for the info. Cons: A little short for my liking and the pin placements are a little close. I know with the politics of the other users of ...
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-  +1 votes  + Mr. Snap › May 6, 2014
B+
-  +1 votes  + Jeremy Gross › August 9, 2014
C-
-  +0 votes  + Nick Woods › May 20, 2013
A-
-  +0 votes  + Travis "Chatta" Pugh › February 17, 2014
B-
I love the course and it's great to come out and throw in Eugene. Well maintained park, with pretty cool benches, tee pads and signs. It's got some issues however, and that's why I rated it the way I did. It has a lot of same shot feel to it with the occasional tunnel shot. No garbage cans, Most holes are around same length with a couple changes. Also the multiple pin positions are stupid!! No point having A,B,C,D when 3 of them are the exact same, hard to compare your best rounds. I'm all for m ...
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-  +0 votes  + Jake La "Putt" ka › April 13, 2013
A-
Yes the course does not meet the potential of the park, but that could not be helped. Andrew used every inch of the land the city actually gave him, and he did an amazing job of utilizing his space. He is constantly working on the course, and since he is making money, all the money is going to go right back into the course. Give a few years and there will be benches, trash cans, OB on every hole (actual fairways, like Blue Lake), and easy navigation via permanent signs. It is a great course tha ...
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-  +0 votes  + mike palermo › June 5, 2013
A
-  +0 votes  + Da Paperboy › November 20, 2013
F-
Alternate pin positions too close to each other. Alot of straight shots. Ran by a tyrant. Save your money.
-  +0 votes  + Luke Johnson › August 21, 2014
B-
A decent course in the city. A pay to play course the doesn't even offer a course map? I had a guide and they still could not tell me which pin location holes were in. I wish they a had 1 location per hole, and have locals vita on alt. pin locations. Several holes would have have 4 pin locations all in line. Why? Put 1 behind a tree. Anyway ok course, go to dexter instead.
-  +0 votes  + Kevin Sweeley aka ONE LIVID MIND › August 26, 2014
B+
This place got points just for the way they take care of the Disc Golfers. Two practice baskets, that are surrounded by 18 different practice putt locations, multiple pin locations on each hole with beautiful signs and benches and after all that they have an actual snack shack just for the course......Sick!
-  +0 votes  + Sean Davis › August 28, 2014
B
Very nice city course with nice mix of holes. Would like to play it again.
-  -1 votes  + Will Larson › April 7, 2013
B+
It's hard to complain about this course when you know how difficult is was for Andrew and the EDGC to put it in. The land that the city gave us is literally prime time, and Andrew did a fantastic job working with it to make it the most challenging and fun course it could possibly be. When playing the course you get glimpses of Autzen Stadium, the Cuthbert Amphitheater, the Peter Defazio suspension foot bridge, The Willamette River, the Eugene Bike Path, local gardens, Pre's running trail, Skin ...
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-  -1 votes  + Lee Fouste › April 11, 2013
B
It has been along time coming! After years of work from Andrew Rich and others in the Eugene Disc Golf Club it is finally in! The course looks amazing with the sweet astro turf tee pads and well groomed fairways/greens. and it is only gonna get better. For the amount of land we were allowed to use the layout couldn't get much better. Although it is on the easy side it still provides a challenge...especially when the pins are all in there long settings. There are 4 pin locations for each hole....which adds awesome variety. The location couldn't be better for a in town course!
-  -1 votes  + Josh Marcella › April 13, 2013
B
This course can be a challenge depending on pin locations. I like the fact that its not a hilly course, but its still a hard course to play. If you miss the line off the tee pad, you won't get the birdie. Great job Andrew, its great to have another place to spend the day at.
-  -1 votes  + Paul Fraser › June 6, 2013
B+
-  -1 votes  + Andrew MacAusland › April 30, 2013
B
Great Course!!!
-  -1 votes  + Gene Fackler › October 31, 2013
A-
Great layout for the space available. This was mostly the long positions.
-  -1 votes  + Mason Caldwell › August 27, 2013
A
-  -1 votes  + Ben Slichter › September 11, 2013
A
-  -1 votes  + Jaimee Double E Sauvageau › December 3, 2013
A-
-  -1 votes  + Tim "Skip" Becker › December 15, 2013
B
Pretty fun course overall! Had couple navigation problems, but mixed shots made it fun fun entertaining round, good baskets to many different pin placements.
-  -1 votes  + Justin Bond › December 21, 2013
B-
Pins need to be rotated !!!!!
-  -3 votes  + ROGUE RIDER › April 5, 2013
C
new course is always fun ...although I know this park very well (except I only drive there with a GPS) and have very much been lookin forward to this course. however the course layout doesn't use the potential all this park has to offer and how the hell does the city let it be a "must pay $3" to play? I was quite surprised with the layout being done by a discgolfer! example: hole #3 & #4 basicly share the same fairway hole #7 has $ wasted on a fence behind the t-pad, #12 natural flight ...
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