+0 votes dane v › January 4, 2011
+0 votes Patrick Blazek › January 28, 2011
Very repetive course, lots of annoying bushes. Other than that it's also very wide open and mostly straight or hyzer shots with nothing in the way. Almost every hole is 300-380ft. My least favorite 18 hole course in Denver/surrounding areas.
+0 votes Jeff Kaluk › February 23, 2011
New pin placments and asto turf tees. Basket has new sets of inner chains.
+0 votes Tomahawk Tony › March 16, 2011
nice and long with birdie holes, no picture on tee signs, astro turf pads, lots of spikey things to get ya if you don't wear pants. All and all not a bad course to play.
+0 votes Chris Pelopida › November 25, 2011
very open...only a couple of trees on the course, but many shrubs to lose your disc in. decent course
+0 votes Dylan Johnson › June 10, 2011
There has been some changes to the course due to some construction in the area. Now you play over each other a little more and Its shorter too. Over all I like the course a lot and Always nice people there.
+0 votes Brock Taylor › April 23, 2012
+0 votes Richard Sullivan › January 27, 2013
+0 votes Dan Chando › August 13, 2013
A fun course, with a solid layout for what's offered on the land. Played in the summer time...the brush can be EXTREMELY thick this time of year, so it's VERY easy to lose a disc, even if you have a great eye on where it went. A good mix of long and shorter holes, and again, good use of what's there (baskets behind trees/bushes, downhill, uphill, etc...) It would probably be best to play this course in the spring before everything grows in, or in the late fall when the vegetation is starting to die out again.
+0 votes Josh Peterson › June 15, 2014
+0 votes Russ B › September 14, 2014
Bring extra discs as this course is waaaaay overgrown.
+0 votes Bryan B › September 14, 2014
Keep a careful eye on your drives, or you'll be spending longer looking for your discs, than you will throwing them.