+3 votes Shane McBane Hudspeth › Southeast › January 19, 2011
Holy Duck ****!!!
+0 votes Steve loyd › Southeast › September 10, 2011
Ann mo is a must see course. manicured every hole and almost every hole has out of bounds,. Very nice
+0 votes Ryan Ranes › Southeast › September 30, 2012
a okay course, need to stay on fairways lots of water throughout the hole course very tough
+0 votes Taloula Louise › Southeast › June 28, 2011
Ann Mo is a great park aside from the congestion of people. Boise needs another disc golf park. I'm just sayin'.
+0 votes Joe Alcala › Southeast › June 14, 2012
+0 votes Jake La "Putt" ka › Southeast › June 1, 2012
TOO CROWDED couldn't even finish my round when I went up there ): Good use of water but I could definitely see it getting very old if you keep throwing in it. Bring a towel to get the duck/goose poop off your discs. Pretty fun course though I will be back
+0 votes John May › Southeast › August 20, 2012
A big, mostly flat, mostly open, course running along the side of a very well maintained city park. Good use of the water and trees to make interesting holes. However, it can get quite crowded.
+0 votes Jacob Wardell › Southeast › September 5, 2012
Solid course, would be better if it were more technical. Nice and long.
+0 votes PS Perkins › Southeast › September 24, 2012
Crowds. Chuckers. Geese. Some very fun holes in a well manicured beautiful park. Lots of water. Best have a retriever with you. multiple pin placements keep it fresh.
+0 votes Todd Durrant › Southeast › November 20, 2012
This is a nice course in a well groomed park. Though there is not an over-abundance of obstacles, there are enough to make some holes quite interesting. There are some very long distances for a guy without a strong arm, like myself. There are nice tee pads, and a lot of holes to work with, if you want to practice your shot. There were a LOT of geese on a couple of the holes, and I did lose a disc in a swampy river, but I look forward to playing this course more as I visit family in Boise. ...
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This is a nice course in a well groomed park. Though there is not an over-abundance of obstacles, there are enough to make some holes quite interesting. There are some very long distances for a guy without a strong arm, like myself. There are nice tee pads, and a lot of holes to work with, if you want to practice your shot. There were a LOT of geese on a couple of the holes, and I did lose a disc in a swampy river, but I look forward to playing this course more as I visit family in Boise. I only grade the course down a bit because the park itself is very busy, and we had to wait several times for crowds or individual to move out of the way before we could throw. One particular group of kids involved in a peewee football league seemed to be oblivious to the fact that we wanted to throw hard plastic discs straight at them. So, the biggest downer was how busy the park is, but that's what public parks are for, right?
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+0 votes Dru Stylez › Southeast › April 26, 2013
Mmmmm, When you live in the Portland OR area... It's hard to expect everywhere to be the same/ best. When you've Played Milo, everything this else will be held to that bar. This is not a bad course at all, Simply needs improvements... Better Flow and Signs.
+0 votes Chris Leonard › Northeast › May 22, 2013
+0 votes Chris Leonard › Southeast › May 22, 2013
+0 votes Jory Reid › Southeast › May 29, 2013
This course is completely flat which leads to there being tons of wind all the time. The OB lines can be a little rough but there are some good distance holes. There used to be 20 holes, but hole 2 is now gone. a few of the tee pads are really slick so you need to be mindful of your run up.
+0 votes Taylor Thornton › Southeast › June 13, 2013
Great 20 hole course. Some long holes, some short holes. Lightly wooded with water on at least half the holes. Beer CANS are ok. Lots of fun coming out to Ann Morrison Park. My favorite Idaho DGC
+0 votes Taylor Thornton › Northeast › June 13, 2013
Nice Winter course. I prefer the Southeast summer course because of the number of geese in the winter time. These are the only birds that don't fly south for winter...
-1 votes Travis Lindstrom › Southeast › March 7, 2011
Challenging, multiple mando shots, islands and lots of ob.