Bay Court Park

Clarkston, Michigan     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Gerald Layman › September 17, 2010
C+
For a nine hole course in a small park its not bad. There are two sets of concrete tee pads for every hole. The park also offer nice amenities with a beach, nice restrooms, a large play-scape, and a beverage machine. The course is fairly open with a few scattered trees on most holes. The average length of the long tees is around 300ft. and the short tees 240ft. There is not much rough to deal with but the are some nice elevation changes that can be deceiving. While not a extremely challenging co ...
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-  +1 votes  + Jeff Bauman › August 7, 2011
B+
Classic 9 hole disc golf course. This course is taken care of very well. Very good use of the elevation and some good shots are required to park some of the holes. Its also always clean, cut and beautiful!
-  +1 votes  + Scottie Reslock › July 14, 2011
B-
-  +1 votes  + Scott Ostrom › March 15, 2012
A
Great open area course. Very well up kept and empty early on in the day. I love playing here!
-  +1 votes  + Paul DISC-OR-DIE Holstein › March 27, 2012
B+
This is the closest course to where I live, and I frequently play the Sunday league. Love the course, it's challenging and well maintained with cement teepads and bathrooms open in the summer. There are alternate pads for pros and ams, and it's easy to set up "safari" to mix things up. I can't really give this course an "A" given that it's only 9 holes, and some of the holes are packed so tightly that a drive from some could hit the players on other tees - but I have to say that the layout ...
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-  +1 votes  + Up In The Air Disc Golf › July 12, 2012
A
-  +0 votes  + Don Covert › October 12, 2010
B
Its nine holes with only two like shots that plays quick while requiring all different type of shots.
-  +0 votes  + Tom Halcrow › October 27, 2010
A
Great use of the park space (the layout is both challenging and enjoyable).
-  +0 votes  + Taylor Goik -Dirty Mitten Disc Golf- › October 7, 2011
C
-  +0 votes  + Sean Kecskes › October 22, 2013
D+
This is a great park for a quick 30 minute solo game. I'm changing my review to be worse since they started charging $2 to play here.I can go to Kensington for $2 and play a 27 hole course. I understand the need to pay for maintenance and cleaning, but for a 9 hole, small course, that's not reasonable, and I haven't seen any maintenance to warrant it, either. Where's the money going, exactly?
-  +0 votes  + Emily Martin › April 18, 2012
B
-  +0 votes  + Kevin Reddy › April 25, 2012
B
-  +0 votes  + Nick Phlegar › May 17, 2012
B-
-  +0 votes  + Justin Kinsman › May 18, 2012
C+
I liked the course but it was really small, the baskets were old and smaller that regular baskets. That being said its a really fun beginner course and I definitely enjoyed my time there.
-  +0 votes  + Mike Liskey › July 2, 2012
A
-  +0 votes  + Al Makuch › August 6, 2012
B
first time out...since a couple of decades, pretty decent executive course
-  +0 votes  + Mitchell Bailey › July 22, 2012
B+
-  +0 votes  + Michael OConnell › July 15, 2012
A
-  +0 votes  + Jeff Morgan › December 4, 2012
A-
The course is close and is only 9 holes. I like it because its open yet still has a few trees for obstacles. I'm used to it now that I go 3-4 times a week. I wish it was longer, and that the people that bring their dogs would stop letting them crap on the course.
-  +0 votes  + Alex Phillips › December 7, 2012
A-
Fun course, real close to home. Not very crowded, good group of people.
-  +0 votes  + Andy Smith › February 28, 2013
A
This was a home course of mine and I still like hitting it when I'm in town. One of the best 9hole courses in our great state. Well maintained and nice park for family disc'n! Not a huge course but they did a good job placing the baskets. Can get backed up so be prepared to wait. Lots of ace opps. and a few longer holes. A real challenging 9 holes though. Only thing I would change is the ninth hole to a dogleg right into the wood instead of putting it to close to eight. Good place for beginners to start.
-  +0 votes  + Todd Darling › April 14, 2013
B
Not a bad little course teaching my son to play so it works out good. They are going to start charging to play and it may lose a lot of players. The ranger told me they may charge 2 dollars a round or 25 for the season. Not sure how true the numbers are he wasn't really sure but not sure it's worth paying for.
-  +0 votes  + Stephen H › July 18, 2013
B
Need a good long arm for a lot of the holes and not overly technically just open and longish on a few holes
-  +0 votes  + Storm Snow › September 8, 2013
B+
-  +0 votes  + Jeremy B › September 22, 2013
B-
-  +0 votes  + Zach Emery › October 8, 2013
B-
-  +0 votes  + David Lewis › April 24, 2014
C
-  +0 votes  + Rick Gzesh › May 21, 2014
B
What a nice little course in a well kept city park. Only 9 baskets (which could use some updating) but with both long and short concrete tees to every basket, you can do a nice 18 hole round. The park uses its terrain to good advantage with some risky shots, but if you have a good control drive you will do well at this course. It is a "Hero" course that can boost the confidence of improving players.
-  +0 votes  + Ryan Ripaldi › July 5, 2014
B
short course, played 9 shorts in 20 mins without really rushing,,clean, not too much b.s.
-  +0 votes  + Matthew Semrau › July 11, 2014
B-
From a beginner's perspective, it's a nice course. Most of the baskets range from 300-350 feet. There are some obstacles and elevation changes that add some challenge without being punitive. Thankfully, very little rough on most holes. Though you need to watch out near the second hole. My sister managed to send it flying over the fence, down the hill, and almost into the road on Andersonville. The only downside I saw was the $2 day pass. It's a little annoying considering the rest of the park ...
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