Clear Lake State Park

Atlanta, Michigan     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Andy Smith › July 23, 2013
A-
This is a good little course the state put in at an amazing beach. They have a good mix of shots for players of all levels. My only gripe would be they put the baskets in to low and there are some impossible lines to the baskets. That being said this course was built by staff that are not disc golfers so I really have to say they did a great job on that basis. This is an awesome lake if you've never been here. Cement pads and disc nation baskets. I plan on helping in anyway I can with this course. Plus it just made my cabin a lot cooler.
-  +0 votes  + Glen Zimmerman › July 30, 2013
A-
This course has a great location. The nearby lake is picture perfect. For a guy that is trying to gain a big arm, I like the more technical design. I appreciate the rock path that clearly led you to the next tee pad. The course details are suburb. A couple must need corrections is basket height and tee sign at hole 8 is inaccurate as far as hole location. Other than that just need 9 more holes for a full 18.
-  +0 votes  + Kevin Zimmerman › July 30, 2013
B+
Needs more trash cans at each hole. Also the baskets are too low. But the course does have gravel pathways that make it easy to make it to the next teepad. The course is wooded and tight so don't let the low distances fool you; it is a challenge. Also the tee pad sign on hole 8 is off on hole location.
-  +0 votes  + Nick Renaud › July 29, 2013
B+
Overall, I really appreciated this courses devotion to accuracy and skill shots, instead of the usual "power arm wins." That being said, it is clearly a course not designed by actual Disc Golfers. The baskets ARE low, but the thing that threw me off the most was one drive off the tee pad was looking straight at a small playground and swing set 150 feet straight out. We all had to severely pull in our shots for fear of hitting the children (Also, the distance on the signs incorrectly read yards, ...
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-  +0 votes  + Derek Rauch › July 30, 2013
B+
I didn't like the stony ground it dinged up some of my disks bad. Other then that it was a fun and challenging course.
-  +0 votes  + Becky Gilbert › August 22, 2013
A-
the 2nd best 9 hole course i have played. benches need to be moved to the rear of the teepad. the signs say yds not feet. basket are too low. the state park folks there are awesome! definitely will play again!