+4 votes TOE "Tee Off Even Under Pressure" UP › December 20, 2010
its a nice course lots of nice open shots and the baskets look closer thin they realy are witch makes it alot of fun and there is a pond in the midle that you throw over and its biger thin it looks as well :)
+1 votes Cam Harris › September 30, 2010
+1 votes ryan p › December 28, 2010
+1 votes Jack Selleh › February 19, 2012
26 hole Course set up for tourney with longer holes, mandatories,double mandatory. Fun set up,but I should have played better.
+1 votes Jimmy 2 Shoes › November 4, 2012
Considering the area and the small amount of space they had to work with they did a pretty damn good job with the course. I dug it
+0 votes Trent McKee › March 4, 2012
+0 votes Carlos Tsung › April 26, 2011
+0 votes Joel Wesseling › July 31, 2011
Nicely kept park with grassy playing area. Fairly plain, but a good time.
+0 votes Sam Coffey › March 16, 2012
I am the course Steward for Emerald Park and I can say it has come a long way since I first started over 2 years ago. Since then we have installed cement tee pads, new baskets with multiple pin placements, and planted a few new trees. This course is pretty good for the limited amount of space. This spring/summer we will be installing some new pins and will be planting more trees as obsticles.
+0 votes Brendon F › May 24, 2012
Very nice course to play. A couple of holes can make your disc become waterlogged of you are not careful but other than that it is very well groomed, great use of limited obstacles, and it is nice that it is grassy rather than a desert layout here in AZ
+0 votes Zac B › July 15, 2012
Nice clean, small park. Unfortunately didn't have time to play all the baskets. Water makes a few throws sketchy for new players (thought my friend was going to lose my new disc for sure haha) Not the best neighborhood in the world, but it's Mesa...