+4 votes Ryan Ranes › October 2, 2010
a awsome course play it almost every day very challenging with lots of diffrent pin locations a creek involved on a couple of holes every hole is diffrent
+2 votes Max Collins › November 1, 2012
A great course with your good mix of woods and greens. Plenty of distance variations with varying elevation changes and slopes. Pretty busy most of the time (which is what happens at good courses) but a good disc golf scene. The view of the mountains is also a plus with a perfect amount of water hazards to spark a little challenge.
+1 votes Mark McLane › May 31, 2011
Truly one of utah's gems. This course has plenty for everyone. First time I got the wife out for a game and she loved it. Almost lost a disc to the river gods but miraculously salvaged it for the bank despite the raging water.
+1 votes Jake La "Putt" ka › April 9, 2012
Everyone already said it: Awesome course, fantastic variety, pins constantly changing. Doubles every tuesday is great
+1 votes Corey Loando › June 3, 2012
Great course but the wait time in the on the tees and some of the nonsense that happens there is just horrible
+1 votes Jared Terry › April 16, 2013
This is a great course. Really like the open fairways with all the amazing trees all around you. The optional 3A and 3B holes are also a lot of fun. Course is set in a great location and makes for a great round of golf. Only con for me would be Hole #5 where your throwing right past the tee pad for #6. Other than that, I really enjoyed playing this course for the recent Vibram Birdie Bash this year.
+0 votes Doug Smith › January 9, 2011
Lot of Fun, Challenging holes. Salt lake needs more courses to fix overuse issue at the Park
+0 votes Michael S › June 30, 2012
Sweet, technical course. Lots of fun, lots of locals. Plan on spending some time in either a) the river or b) the woods. The course contains lots of opportunities for both!
+0 votes Tyrel V › March 12, 2011
I love this course but only get to go once a month because it is so far away from my house
+0 votes GREG M › August 1, 2011
A bit confusing..having 1-4 pin locations. Loved the trees and water haz. A bit crowded but not to bad. All and all I Loved the course!!
+0 votes Stephen Garcia › March 23, 2012
I LOVE CREEKY!!!!!
+0 votes Markus Mika › February 14, 2013
+0 votes Greg Ferrell › April 13, 2013
other than slow groups this place rocks...
+0 votes Chris Andersen › April 22, 2013
+0 votes Matt Ashworth › April 24, 2013
+0 votes Cassidy H › May 4, 2013
+0 votes Josiah DiMeglio › May 9, 2013
Needs some underbrush cleared out
+0 votes Yvette Christensen › May 14, 2013
-1 votes Gary C › September 23, 2010
Classic, great, popular course with good variety of tree cover. Officially called "Walter Fredrick Morrison Disc Golf Course at Creekside" after disc inventor from Richfield Utah, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_Frederick_Morrison . Some use of Big Cottonwood Creek as water hazard here.
-1 votes Nigel Martinez › September 4, 2011
I agree with shane its a fun course but when you have a group of three and you walk up to a tee pad and there is 8 locals there who all look you right in the eyes then walk away..... It just frustrates your day...
-1 votes Karina Muther Huckin'-Nowels › November 28, 2011
I love Creekside! Fun, beautiful course that is a slightly challenging and has many pin locations so you can practice with a lot of different discs and throwing styles. Traffic can suck, just depends on when you play. Fav holes #4 long #9 long and #14 right on the river!
-1 votes Christopher Knowlton › November 22, 2011
-1 votes Robert J › November 23, 2011
-1 votes Jared Kastleman › May 26, 2012
One of the first DG courses ever established. Good practice area. The sweet thing about Creekside is it has a little bit of everything. Trees come into play, water, elevation, short holes, long holes, doglegs, it's all there. And to top it all off, pin positions are changed regularly, holes have 3-6 different pin positions. This park has seen decades of disc golf and is an institution in Salt Lake City. Crowds are good for the sport, but if you are looking for a peaceful, non crowded course or o ...
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One of the first DG courses ever established. Good practice area. The sweet thing about Creekside is it has a little bit of everything. Trees come into play, water, elevation, short holes, long holes, doglegs, it's all there. And to top it all off, pin positions are changed regularly, holes have 3-6 different pin positions. This park has seen decades of disc golf and is an institution in Salt Lake City. Crowds are good for the sport, but if you are looking for a peaceful, non crowded course or one you can just breeze through, Creekside is not it. Creekside gets busy, and rightfully so. Great place to learn how to play with distraction.
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-1 votes Jameson Scott › April 1, 2013
This is my home course, very good course to learn at. Great community! Beginner to Intermediate (maybe a little more difficult than I think, but I've thrown every pad and every placement thousands of times so it seems a little easier) depending on pin placement. Very mild elevation changes.
-1 votes rj rodarte › May 29, 2012
-1 votes Layne West › June 4, 2012
-1 votes cody satison › June 8, 2012
-1 votes Brock Taylor › July 14, 2012
-1 votes Jake Montoya › July 26, 2012
-1 votes Taylor Davis › September 29, 2012
-1 votes Mikey D › October 21, 2012
-1 votes ManFred "The Basket Molester" Boewe › March 22, 2013
Waaaaaaay too crowded. Tee boxes right by other holes pins, crossing fairways. A complete cluster f*$k. My wife got hit in the ass, I hit some dude in the face. The people were a$$holes and the vegetation (or lack there of) seemed to be on meth. Best course in the area? Well Ill NEVER come back to this s$*thole
-2 votes shotgun kelly › September 27, 2010
-2 votes "The" Chad Cross › September 27, 2010
-2 votes terry schwarzenbach › October 15, 2010
-2 votes magoo Ut › June 14, 2012
good course. good for practicing long tee offs. trees need to be trimmed back a little more. the crowds get wat rediculous sometimes ive waited 15+ minutes at each hole. nut i just get there at the butt crack of dawn and its okay. also has the biggest stoner population out of all the parks ive been too
-2 votes Stu Jensen › January 31, 2011
-2 votes Tony T2 Martinez › February 1, 2011
-2 votes "Big Wave" Dave › March 13, 2011
-2 votes Timothy Cornelissen › April 28, 2011
-2 votes Jason Lee Tooker › May 1, 2011
-2 votes DJ Woodruff › May 6, 2011
-2 votes Britain Best › July 15, 2011
it was still a little wet, but i had a great game.
-2 votes Jason Lody › July 29, 2011
Fun obstacles. Signs and locations of tees a bit confusing.
-2 votes Brian Rubio › August 20, 2011
-2 votes Bill Martin › September 1, 2011
-2 votes Shaun Reeve › September 9, 2011
Great course that requires many different shots.
-2 votes Remi Barron › September 27, 2011
-2 votes Paul Harry › April 30, 2012
-3 votes Dave Roper › October 6, 2010
-3 votes Rob Laux › July 5, 2011
Decent course with some well designed holes. But the course layout itself is chaos. Holes overlapping and that makes the crowding even worse. Lacking on long holes as well, didn't take out my big drivers once. But with the water and tree obstacles it was a fun course to play.
-3 votes Bryan Cook › August 7, 2011
-3 votes Rustin Pomeroy › February 22, 2012
-5 votes Shane McBane Hudspeth › November 26, 2012
Dickhead central...feeling a little cramped...FOUR!!! I just hit some dude in the face....oops.