Exposition Park

Aurora, Colorado     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Mike B1 › October 21, 2015
Short course, there MIGHT be one or two baskets you won't be able to reach on your drive but Expo is for the birds...birds birds birds. Pros: Water adds a 'mental' element to those who aren't used to it, and this course is usually not very busy unless there's tags going on, so it's a quick round. Its a park so you don't lose your disc in tall grass of any of that horsecrap (though there may be dog crap). Cons: If you DO go in the water, I'd advise you to just let it go, that stuff is gnar ...
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-  +0 votes  + Josh W › July 17, 2015
-  +0 votes  + David Naputi › May 20, 2015
When I lived in Aurora, this was the closest course, and also the very first course where I started and learned the sport. Losing 4 discs I bought in 2 weeks of playing, this course devours discs of novice through intermediate players alike. If anything, playing this course I think will make you better in terms of shot selection and teach you about how disc characteristics affect the overall throw and fade. Worthwhile place to play, especially if you like chucking over the water for some long ra ...
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-  +0 votes  + Steve Roybal › April 6, 2015
Never been a fan of this course even though I've played it my fair share of times. To me this course if vanilla at best.
-  +0 votes  + Russ B › October 5, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Steve Myslivy › April 16, 2014
the water haz. are great I biffed #2 overconfident but regrouped and had a blast. cloudy 55 deg.
-  +0 votes  + Dan Chando › November 4, 2015
This course is built around a public park that's kept in pretty nice condition, and the entire course plays around a pond that comes into play on a number of holes. Moderate in length. Well marked, and concrete tee pads on every hole. You'll end up throwing a lot of the same shots, since most of the holes are pretty open, but you definitely have to watch out for that pond.
-  +0 votes  + Zach WestRasmus › April 8, 2013
A solid course

Pros: Well maintained park with a good mix of water hazard/OB shots, short holes, and technical shots. Tee-off pads have hole# and distance to pin stamped into the concrete.

Cons: Construction on the man-made pond disrupts play on 3holes. Hardly any elevation change, and the park is also a minefield with goose poop.

Neutral: Not a very long course, and a few holes felt repetitive.

Overall: I'm glad I stopped by and look forward to playing here again when construction is finished.

-  +0 votes  + Jacob "SMURF THROWER" Severson › October 17, 2012
It has a great layout and lot of elivation change as well as water hazards, nebees beware
-  +0 votes  + Matt Wardell › July 9, 2012
Played in the rain the day after a flash flood, still had fun.
-  +0 votes  + Chris Pelopida › November 25, 2011
this course is a disc eating machine...Once a disc goes into one of the ponds and you cant see it, its gone. Close to home though
-  +0 votes  + justin gill › August 3, 2011
Long tees for a Bag Tag match. The long tees have really increased the difficulty of the course. Many holes are over 400 feet and with difficult tee positions to use the natural and concrete OBs. Its a must play in Denver for a city course.
-  +0 votes  + Keith Price › July 12, 2011
-  +0 votes  + Patrick Blazek › January 28, 2011
Very open and smelly course :) hehe, lots of ducks. It's pretty cut and dry, mostly straight forward shots with nothing in the way. The ponds do come into play on maybe 7 or 8 holes. Good course for beginners if you don't mind losing some plastic
-  +0 votes  + Tomahawk Tony › December 31, 2010
-  -1 votes  + Jeff Martin › December 20, 2010
-  +0 votes  + Gary C › September 25, 2010
Tempting to throw across the water, pretty fun.