Forked Run State Park

Reedsville, Ohio     1 course · 24 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + SKIPPY BALL › December 18, 2010
A+
This course is the shizznit!!!! Pro and Am concrete pads, 24 holes that have 4 to 5 pin placements per hole. Scott Vanmeter President of the Mid.ohio disc golf club is the MAN we have to truely thank for this A+ course, And a few hand fulls of you others and myself that pitched in over the years. course changes once a month sometimes more i haven't play the same set up in a looong time! thats awesome! THE ONLY WAY TO TRULY SAY ANYTHING IS, IF YOUR WITHIN DRIVING OUR FLYING YOU NEED TO STOP AND P ...
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-  +1 votes  + Julian Powell › September 12, 2010
A+
Wow, what a great course. Two sets of concrete tees on each hole. Multiple pin locations always keep the course fresh. MOVDGC keeps this course in top notch condition.

Lots of woods, lots of big d! 24 holes at a Gold Level course
-  +1 votes  + B-R-A-D Mearkle › January 31, 2011
A
-  +1 votes  + JK Metzgar › October 24, 2011
A-
Several times while driving through SE Ohio, I have angered many a family member by suggesting that we take "just a quick detour" and play a round of disc golf at this really great course down near the river. The remoteness of this place is the only drawback to what is otherwise an excellent course laid out with lots of variety, challenges and some really cool target placements. It is well worth the journey and the only regret I have is that I don't live closer.
-  +1 votes  + Mike Buchanan › October 27, 2011
A+
A big thank you to the members of MOVDGC and the staff at Forked Run State Park for making this course what it is today. I think this course is near perfect. It has any shot you could imagine. You could play tournaments in Reedsville he next ten years and never see the same course layout. If you have not played Forked Run you are missing a true gem.
-  +1 votes  + Dan Jones › December 27, 2011
A+
constantly improving and changing, the variety of pin placements, tees, fairways, and trees makes for a course that never plays the same way twice. great terrain and forest, combined with creative use of man made features and the border of the woods with a manicured park create a playground for disc golf
-  +1 votes  + Ken Sampson › November 27, 2012
B
Pros: Wide range of hole layouts considering both elevation changes and fairway foliage. Multiple tees and pin locations. A couple of very fun holes particularly around the dam. Cons: Three holes have fairways that narrow down to about five feet - that makes it just dumb luck for a player with modest skills like myself. A couple holes have no obstructions at all. One hole is along the side of a cliff. A couple pins are within a few feet of OB's. Signs for pin locations are sometimes missing or incorrect. Un-mown grass in a couple locations make for some long disc hunts.
-  +1 votes  + Douglas Fresh › January 10, 2013
B+
Challenging course with lots of elevation changes, and a good mix of open and tight/technical shots. 5+ pin locations for every hole and pin locations updated on tee signs when moved. Pretty clean park
-  +1 votes  + Jonathan Farley › May 6, 2013
A+
Awesome course with multiple personalities.
-  +1 votes  + Scott Campbell › June 10, 2014
B-
Pros: -Some very cool holes. -Very nice "next tee" signs -Holes are maintained very well Cons: -Way to many pin placements. (5 or more per hole) -Tags hanging on the tee post are rarely correct for the pin placement. -Some of the newer holes seem forced into the original layout and create an odd flow -Tee signs not very good. -No course map. -No score cards. Suggestions: Instead of investing money in more pin placement sleeves, the money should go towards updating the tee signs a ...
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-  +1 votes  + Jesse "Scoop" Santiago › September 30, 2013
A+
Just played there this past weekend in the Ohio River Open. Been a long time since I've played a course of that quality. Only a few in the state might compare. It has the best of all varieties of shots.
-  +0 votes  + Andy H › May 31, 2011
A
big arm and little arm course love IT
-  +0 votes  + justin morton › September 20, 2011
B+
-  +0 votes  + Ryan Lepley › September 28, 2011
A-
great course. Multiple pin positions and two tees for every hole. the combinations are nearly limitless.
-  +0 votes  + Rich Schwegler › December 15, 2011
B+
-  +0 votes  + Andy Reed › October 9, 2014
A
-  +0 votes  + Josh Allen › July 16, 2012
A
-  +0 votes  + Sean gebhard › October 1, 2012
A
-  +0 votes  + Scott Richardson › October 28, 2012
A
-  +0 votes  + Michael Ruth › January 20, 2013
A-
Definitely a challenging course with lots of variety (pin placements, terrain, elevations.) A small arm won't do you much good here. 24 holes although I only found 22. Didn't look very hard for 23 and 24 however. A- because it's usually a bit wet after rain.
-  +0 votes  + Aaron Collins › April 8, 2014
A+
Home Course even though its 2 hrs away. Enough said
-  +0 votes  + Neil Hickman › May 6, 2013
C
-  +0 votes  + Corey Ellis › September 5, 2013
A-
-  +0 votes  + Adam Dillon › February 6, 2014
B+
-  +0 votes  + John Lambert › March 15, 2014
A
Though off the beating path this is a great course!

A great combo of wooded and open holes makes this a great course for all skill levels to enjoy.