Bryant Lake Park

Eden Prairie, Minnesota     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Scott White › September 30, 2013
A
Holy ****, I need to get out more. What a course! MN has stepped up the game big time.
-  +0 votes  + Michael Vogsland › October 25, 2010
A
this course is kept up well and very scenic. got a face lift a couple years ago and is now one of my favorites in the state.
-  +0 votes  + Brandon McCollam › April 4, 2011
A
Great course, one of my favorites.
-  +0 votes  + Ryan Mahoney › April 12, 2011
A
-  +0 votes  + Tim R › April 19, 2011
B+
Great course, my number 2 after Kaposia, for the Twin Cities Area. The entire 18 holes are essentially on a decent sized hill-top over looking a lake. Even the several more open borringer holes are made slightly more interesting by being on a hill at a 30-45 degree angle. A few of my favorites include a 100 foot elevation drop, perfect for a right back hand mid-range. There's an (at least) 100ft elevation drop across a parking lot, roughly 500 foot shot. Another includes some low hanging trees y ...
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-  +0 votes  + Jon Tveite › December 4, 2012
A-
This is by far the nicest and most built-up course I've ever played. It rivals a ball-golf course in terms of infrastructure: long tee pads, good signs, wooden terraces, bridges, and pathways. There are a lot of fun, scenic, interesting holes, but this is certainly not the most challenging course you'll find, as it is designed to appeal to all levels of player -- fairly wide fairways, two tee boxes on most holes, and even two baskets on a few (it's not hard to tell which are for the more recre ...
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-  +0 votes  + Todd Dale › August 31, 2011
A+
-  +0 votes  + Brent N. › March 31, 2012
A
This place is awesome this year now that 16 is finished. The landscaping, teeboxes and course maintenence are reasons this place among the top in the state. Its $5 this year, but still worth playing no matter where you're from. Thick trees and brush line most of the fairways, making the search for a wild shot quite challenging. Keep it in the fairway, and dont be afraid to layup.
-  +0 votes  + xaeLen n › June 27, 2012
A+
probably best course i have ever played. the place was immaculate. on a mostly gentle hillside nest to a lake. mowed fairways. grass next to fairways only shin high. so many amazing steps and embankments and fancy tee pads and just basically what a disc golf course in heaven would look like.
two tee pads AND two baskets each hole was CONFUSING at times.
also annoying that the feet marker at tee pad was always exclusively wrong for any combination of short or long tee pad or basket.
but otherwise just an immaculate dg experience.
-  +0 votes  + Robert Adams › July 2, 2012
A
-  +0 votes  + Jeff Kaluk › July 11, 2012
A
Wonderful course. Nothing bad to say except $5 a round is a little steep. $35 for a year pass is great but I am just visiting. Had time for a second round too. A+ if there were a daily pass.
-  +0 votes  + Ellen K › May 29, 2013
A
Some courses get worse as time goes by, Bryant Lake gets better. Every year Three Rivers adds some improvement to the course and they have for several years running. This year they've whittled the rock on 16 down a bit and used the resulting slabs of rock to so some landscaping around 16's basket.

So you now have the pyramid hole, the rock hole, and the cliff bomber, fairly unique holes.
-  +0 votes  + Steven Cain › July 2, 2013
A
-  +0 votes  + Matt K › August 1, 2013
A
very well taken care of course, challenging on most holes but still a great course for everyone
-  +0 votes  + Joe Seeds › August 17, 2013
A-
-  +0 votes  + David Deuel › August 21, 2013
A
Amazing upkeep on this course. There are granite stairs in the middle of the woods just to get you to the next tee. The views overlooking the lake are beautiful! I love the elevation changes from hole to hole, you even get to throw off a cliff over a roadway on hole 17. I rate this course as my second favorite ever (after blue ribbon pines). It's so nice that I picked up a season pass and am getting one for my wife as well!
-  +0 votes  + Tom Koyama › June 4, 2014
A-
-  +0 votes  + Nick Stock › June 7, 2014
A
Well-groomed. Plenty of up and down elevation. Scenic, with Bryant lake in open view from holes on the side of a large hill. Wooded. $5 pay to play worth it all day. One basket is located atop a massive boulder, while others are well placed on ledges and sand traps. Short and long pads and many holes have two baskets. Great confidence booster before/ after a round at Blue Ribbon Pines. Worth the trip from Michigan.
-  +0 votes  + Shai Simonson › June 17, 2014
A
This is a stunning course, with lots of different challenges: elevation, length, and variety of angles. Professionally laid out with great signage, A great pro course -- They added 6 holes since I used to play here 7 years ago.