+1 votes Josh Wainscott › January 8, 2011
Very well manicured 18 hole course that allow for a variety of shots and shot styles. Creek comes into play on several holes, and while there are not truly short holes there is enough diversity to keep the game interesting. Down side is crazy busy, you might have to wait to tee of for 20 minutes.
+1 votes Chevelle Wernsmann › March 6, 2011
+0 votes Tomahawk Tony › September 24, 2010
+0 votes Christopher Thomas › April 19, 2013
Good course, unfortunately every redesign this course has suffered over the years keeps sending it down a notch. Still a very fun course when no one else is around, otherwise enjoy crowds, hole jumpers, other park users inundating the course, and mouthy teenagers. A good variety of obstacles, and shot selections. Pretty good flow to the course overall, but watch yourself on the criss cross areas. Getting hit with a disc is no fun. A great course for the area and the community, I hope to see it thrive in the long term...
+0 votes Bruce Kettle › October 1, 2010
This course is what a public park course should be, fun and as hard as you want to make it..
+0 votes zach s › October 4, 2010
+0 votes Jen D › October 7, 2010
+0 votes Guy Smiley Martinez › January 22, 2011
If not for the crowd, this would be an A+ park. Plenty of variety.
+0 votes Patrick Blazek › January 28, 2011
Great old course, great variety of distances, fair amount of trees a few holes where you just get to go out and bomb. There's a creek that comes into play on quite a few holes and some street OB's. Sounds like it gets a little crowded but definitely a must play.
+0 votes Christine Hendricks › January 31, 2011
+0 votes Micah Alexander › February 26, 2011
Pretty sweet course. Lots of people, lots of waiting but still fun
+0 votes Andrew Ahlberg › February 28, 2011
Fun course with many different pin placements. Very heavily used, busy course most days.
+0 votes CHARGER Quinn › September 22, 2011
+0 votes Ryan T › October 8, 2011
+0 votes Ryan Haunfelder › August 6, 2011
Great course with awesome use of water but I think there was only one tee sign so distances and hole locations were difficult.
+0 votes Colin Hurley › September 5, 2011
I guess this is my home course now...and its a really nice home course to have. This course is well maintained with nicely manicured grass & runway length concrete teepads (why do they raise the end of the pad though? and why does the pad go from wide to narrow- should be the opposite). Good mix of anhyzer and hyzer shots, long drives, technical shots and a couple possible ace runs. Overall very nicely done.
+0 votes Tim Zickrick › September 9, 2011
+0 votes Ron Pannesi › October 13, 2011
+0 votes david b › October 14, 2011
I really enjoy this park. It has a nice mixture of technical shots and power shots. #16 (Island hole) usually adds frustration and strokes.
+0 votes Richie Ramsey › January 18, 2012
+0 votes grizzly bryan › March 25, 2012
+0 votes Taylor Schlom › August 30, 2012
One of my favorites.
+0 votes Rob Borger › July 18, 2012
My home course. Love it! I wish the old water hole were still a part of the layout since the redesign.
+0 votes Dan T › July 19, 2012
I love this course. So do a lot of other people, so there is much waiting around unless you play mornings. Be aware of cross fairway action on 2-4. You can get hit on tee pads from other players errant shots on 7 (from 13), 8 (from 12 or 11), 10 (from 8), and 13 (from 12). Watch out for bombs dropping on you from 17 while putting/up shotting on 3. It's like people try to black ace there. Really fun course though.
+0 votes Nathan Welch › July 23, 2012
+0 votes Sam Brunner › April 1, 2013
+0 votes Mike Horak › September 9, 2012
+0 votes Patrick Stockton › October 22, 2012
+0 votes DAKOTA TURNER › December 28, 2012
good mix of short and long holes. and i love the green around hole 16
+0 votes Ryan Bloom › January 20, 2013
+0 votes Jeff Schleich › March 4, 2013
Miss my old course. Get there early to beat the crowds!!!!
+0 votes Scott Ruskanen › May 21, 2013
I pulled up to Edora Park and noticed right away that this multi function activity area is obviously one of Fort Collins' favorite places to go and walk a dog, go for a nice bike ride, go jogging, play horseshoes, and a gaggle of other activities that get the blood moving through ones veins. My round started off nice and easy with an up shot that slid along the finely kept grass that blankets the entire course.My first shot on hole 2 landed right next to the mid sized stream that parralels the ...
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I pulled up to Edora Park and noticed right away that this multi function activity area is obviously one of Fort Collins' favorite places to go and walk a dog, go for a nice bike ride, go jogging, play horseshoes, and a gaggle of other activities that get the blood moving through ones veins. My round started off nice and easy with an up shot that slid along the finely kept grass that blankets the entire course.My first shot on hole 2 landed right next to the mid sized stream that parralels the course and is an issue for inaccurate throws on 5 or 6 holes. As I made my way through the round, it became appearent that most of the disc golfers in Fort Collins love this course. As a new commer to this course, I have to agree with the local disc golfers... this course rocks! Colorado players are very helpful and it was easy to hook up with a group to make it easier to navigate the course my first time through. Half the fun of this course was seeing hundreds of people enjoy the multi use park in which this course is laid out.
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