+0 votes Randy Shreve › September 28, 2010
-3 votes Corey Kieft › September 30, 2010
-1 votes Tim Evans › October 7, 2010
+0 votes Brian O › October 27, 2010
Mostly open with some minor elevation changes. Signs and tee pads would help the rating, as would more trees.
+0 votes Cody Moore › November 17, 2010
+1 votes Matt Elgersma › March 6, 2011
if this course had pads it would be perfect. a little loud next to the highway, love the layout and slight elevations, Jason that is so funny that you gave it a F....you and Jon hate that course lol
-1 votes Jason Cassidy › March 5, 2011
+0 votes Daryl Davis › March 8, 2011
+0 votes Sean Liechti › March 28, 2011
(+) Long wide open most holes, good practice for headwind shots
(-) Bad tee boxes/ placements, busy during the summer
(-) Bad tee boxes/ placements, busy during the summer
+0 votes Joal Kozma › June 14, 2012
+0 votes Matt Krieg › April 5, 2011
+0 votes Jared Doty › April 11, 2012
+0 votes Travis Wesseldyke › April 11, 2011
Pretty decent layout. Good use of the land. Enjoy the elevation changes, especially on Hole #5, #15, and #16. Fun course, plays quick, is usually fairly open, and that is one of my favorite Grand Rapids courses. Could use some actually tee pads though, that would be nice.
+0 votes Michael Smith › April 12, 2011
Mediocre course at best. Design is very open with limited obstacles/hazards. The wind will definitely come in to factor on any given day, which is a nice challenge.
+0 votes James Wiles › May 3, 2011
+0 votes keane colby › June 5, 2011
it is a great course, not lot of people during the week, and it has a lot of elevation change and it has open area so you can really see how your throw is. the only two down falls are; not having tee pads (given) and the back nine needs a new lay out. besides that in love it. i stop there every day i can on my way to work. also i work at a pizza shop near there called Paradise Pizza and we are planning on holding tournaments so we can get tee pad's in and maybe see to change the back nine.
+0 votes Ben Bartosh › June 5, 2011
-5 votes Tyler Sherman › July 6, 2011
+0 votes Isaac Croteau › July 19, 2011
+0 votes Kyle Goodwin › July 29, 2011
Course was awesome except no tee pads or signage to show distances.
+0 votes Steve Hedstrom › August 4, 2011
Mostly all open with mature trees and some distance. Wind really plays a factor here. There are some nice elevation shots that are fun and get to test your arm and accuracy with wind at the same time. Long dirt pads that have been worn by play and no signage or directions to next hole are a minus for Cascade. There are a number of holes that have a road, pavilion, picnic tables, soccer field, and people (if there) in the play of different holes. Cascade is a good place to get some distance ...
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Mostly all open with mature trees and some distance. Wind really plays a factor here. There are some nice elevation shots that are fun and get to test your arm and accuracy with wind at the same time. Long dirt pads that have been worn by play and no signage or directions to next hole are a minus for Cascade. There are a number of holes that have a road, pavilion, picnic tables, soccer field, and people (if there) in the play of different holes. Cascade is a good place to get some distance throws in if you are in the area. I would recommend going with someone who has been there before and knows the layout to save time looking for next hole, tee pad, and when to be aware of people.
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+0 votes Brad Levendosky › August 16, 2011
lack of sinage
+0 votes Sancho Valdez › August 20, 2011
Dirt and/or Grass Tee Pads. Not very safe....Big open fairways with hilly terrain through out course.
+0 votes Scott Johnson › September 4, 2011
This course is on my way home from work, so it's one of my few home courses. WIDE open course. Scattered trees. I only look forward to maybe 5 or 6 holes.
+0 votes Sam Smigiel › October 17, 2011
Fun course but there really isn't too many obstacles. Nice place to stretch out your arm and learn to play the wind.
+0 votes TJ Kilmartin › October 23, 2011
+0 votes Justin Goldsmith › October 23, 2011
+0 votes dan carrigan › January 5, 2012
long, open course that plays through and around a township park that is used for a lot of other activities. so soccer fields, baseball diamonds, parking lots, sidewalks, and playgrounds are all in play and most of the other parkgoers have no idea what disc golf is. Located next to the freeway so there is almost always a west-to-east wind blowing which keeps things interesting. *tee 1 is tough to find. walk along the side of the south soccer field toward the woods and there is a dirt pad between the field and the sidewalk. the hole plays back to the basket near the parking lot.*
+0 votes Jesse Liebler › March 19, 2012
+0 votes josh king › March 22, 2012
open long boring.... great wind practice course, bounce out baskets!
+0 votes MARK HASSELBRING › April 7, 2012
+0 votes Rob "CaptnHowdy" Salik › April 18, 2012
Tee pads in terrible shape.
-1 votes Brad Smith › April 21, 2012
If you have absolutely no where else to go (even your own backyard, if you don't have one it wouldnt really matter) basically runs around the outside of a park. Some holes cross and some run into areas where people are.
+0 votes Chris D › June 5, 2012
+0 votes Andy Pacanovsky › April 29, 2012
A fun family course. It can be fun to see just how far you can let one rip depending on the wind. You will get at least one down hill down wind hole to let that 130ish blizzard fly. Not much challenge but a fun course to kill a couple hours.
+0 votes Brian Pirkola › April 29, 2012
Mostly open with some elevation change, several long holes make it more challenging.
+0 votes Ryan Koster › May 2, 2012
+0 votes Corey Alberda › May 11, 2012
This course definitely has its pros and cons. The course is mostly long distance with only a couple short holes. The park is well kept and clean. Unfortunately its mostly open throws with no obstacles so the wind is an unavoidable hazard. Also, the pars for just about every hole is set too high.
+0 votes ryan baddis › May 24, 2012
+0 votes John Cowell › June 6, 2012
they don't mow the whole course anymore! i guess not for a long time, but it was my first time there in 3 yrs.
+0 votes Jacob Zomberg › June 17, 2012
It's a fun simple course to do, especially when the wind is low and the amount of "picnic-ers" is low too.
+0 votes Mike Tull › July 15, 2012
Decent park! Great place to picnic and play a round or two.....
+0 votes Rick Amrstrong › July 22, 2012
This course is very open, allowing lots of different, viable shot options per hole. With six holes over 400 feet, you can really let it rip! Grass (or more accurately, dirt) tee pads are a big buzz kill. Nice signage is clearly a new addition, which really begs the question; "why aren't there real tee pads?" Overall a fun course with entertaining distance drives. Bring your big guns.
+0 votes Mike Lobbezoo › July 24, 2012
+0 votes Brad Anderson › August 1, 2012
+0 votes Ryan D › August 1, 2012
Great course for opening up some drives.
+0 votes Nick Kohn › August 9, 2012
very open, lots of fun. starts off with some nice short holes and then gets bigger!!
+0 votes John Hanson › August 17, 2012
Wind blowing discs into nearby walkers, runners, cars, and kids on playgrounds made for an unsettling round.
+0 votes Brian Basinski › September 5, 2012
+0 votes Travis Lepsch › September 9, 2012
I enjoy playing this course. It is very open/clean park. Good for practice shots on windy days. If you enjoy both short range and distance shots, I would recommend this course.
+0 votes Victor Wahl › January 10, 2013
+0 votes Anthony Mentalewicz › January 12, 2013
Very enjoyable CLEAN course... its starts off with a fun nature walk along the highway with the front nine with no hole over 250ft with little obstacle... then it flips that nice nature walk upside down with some straight bomber holes 450+... i think if there were some more obstructions on all 18 this would be a great event course... highly recommended for a GR course because lets face it brewer got a lot worse, johnson doesnt get mowed and no baskets and riverside is a ses pool of nightmares from the goose poop to the unknowns lurking in the water defiling your disc that you just threw in...
+0 votes Bryan Mahar › April 29, 2013
This would be a great course if they had cement pads. Unfortunately, they're completely awful. Most of then are essentially ruts. 16 and 17 are both long holes (500+) which are cool. There are several easy birdies out there that you have to take advantage of in order to shoot well.