Cuyahoga Community College

Parma Heights, Ohio     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Kevin Sinko › August 18, 2013
B+
Long Course in great condition. This course really lets your drivers fly.
-  +0 votes  + Rob Arnold › August 17, 2013
B
I like th open feeling of the course. Hole 5 is tough & don't ike the large possibiliy of losing discs.
-  +0 votes  + Jessy C › August 5, 2013
A-
Excellent course for beginners, or for anyone to see the distance capability of their discs, because of openness. It's a nice changeup from the other courses in the area. However, "hole" 5 is worthless, and we skip it. Everywhere else on the course, the brush is reasonable enough that you can find your discs in it. But on 5, there's a huge overgrown area between you and the basket, and you can't see at all where you're throwing. I lost an MVP Amp in there. The best thing about this course ...
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-  +0 votes  + dan panfil › July 30, 2013
A-
I disagree with the lower ratings once you learn the course and proper layout its a lot of fun. Very open and a lot of distance for Max distance discs.
-  +0 votes  + Larry Bright Jr. › May 18, 2013
B-
now that i've played both sets of tees, i feel i can review this course. i must honestly say that this may be my favorite natural tee course i've played. it has a nice mix of shots, utilizing the land on the campus very nicely. there is a good mix of distance and technical, especially if you play the concrete areas (paths, streets) as ob. it almost reminds me of the latter part of the course at sims, with some open fairways with strategically placed trees along the way. the long tees ar ...
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-  +0 votes  + Adam Woodward › August 3, 2012
C-
For the most part, (now with 18 holes), I agree with Brad Presutto's comments. Worth playing to let your arm out. Really needs a map
-  +0 votes  + Todd K › August 2, 2012
D+
Excellent for practicing new throws and developing new shots. A lot of room to work and get a lot of power behind your shots.
This course gets a low rating because it is long, boring, and open with no trick shots other than a few dog legs with the tree lines
-  +0 votes  + caleb welch › July 29, 2012
A-
good course very wide open no clear o.b lines but thats ok for us beginners
-  +0 votes  + Eric Reebel › July 12, 2012
C+
-  +1 votes  + Tim Krosse › June 1, 2012
B-
Entering The Cuyahoga Community College campus, disc golf enthusiasts cannot help but get excited when they see shiny, new, baskets sprinkled about the well-kept grounds. This course is in an idea location because it will really expose the sport of disc golf to thousands of commuters daily in one of Ohio's most populated counties. If you're in the Cleveland area and enjoy the game of disc golf be sure to set aside a couple of hours to play this southwest suburban course. I am sure it will make ...
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-  +1 votes  + Brody F › May 22, 2012
B+
Definitely plays errrr now that it is an 18 hole course
-  +1 votes  + Emily Lewis › May 14, 2012
D
This course needs some work! It's very difficult trying to find the holes and where to throw to. My cousin & I ended up not finishing our game around hole 5. The basket must have sprouted legs & walked off because it was nowhere to be found! In desperate need of signs at each tee.
-  +0 votes  + Kyle Hronek › May 15, 2012
B
-  +1 votes  + Adam G › March 22, 2012
C-
This is a course that'd be good for beginners like me. Most hole are just wide open, so you can really work on your basic throw. Longs walks between some and I had no idea where the basket for four was until I finished hole 4 (aiming at the basket for 5). I'd probably not travel far to this one, but it is a good course to work on throws if you're nearby.
-  +1 votes  + Jon Kal › November 15, 2011
B
Great course for someone who really wants to see how strong their arm is. Long shots on every hole. Hard to figure out the first time around, would not suggest this course on a windy day.
-  +0 votes  + Brian Shega › October 27, 2011
B-
-  +0 votes  + John Sales › August 25, 2011
C
I rate this course 2.5 out of 5 stars Pros - Plenty of parking - There are other things like soccer and baseball fields but I’m unsure if the college allows people to use them - Tees are marked by very nice poles labeled with the hole number! - The course map is very accurate and helpful - Multiple tees but the short tees where not yet defined - Natural tees are in good shape - The course sheds water well and dries quickly - New baskets in excellent condition - I’ve only played t ...
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-  +3 votes  + Matt O › June 19, 2011
C
In desperate need of signs! Very difficult to find next tee. Excellent course to practice drives. Lots of room, should expand to 18 holes. No woods to pee in. Even 9 holes is a lot of walking. Luckily we happened to see people walking to hole 4. We may have never found it.
-  +1 votes  + Brad Presutto › June 18, 2011
C
Pros -
Wide open
Room to expand
Nice scenary
New baskets
Long and short tees

Cons -
Not well marked
No next basket markings
No course/hole layout/basket location (especially hole 4 & 5)
Long tees marked by posts but short by flags - someone moved all the short flags to the long posts - not helpful

Course is new and has a ton of potential. Room for 9 more for sure, could add mulched tee boxes, and at least signs under the baskets indicating the next hole location. (At least add a map to the website)