+1 votes Kevin Cook › January 9, 2011
+1 votes Jimmy 2 Shoes › March 13, 2012
I heard one of the pro's at the 2012 Memorial refer to Fountain Hills as the " Pebble Beach " of the disc golf world. I couldn't have said t better! Straight up gorgeous course with everything you would ever want . PERFECTION!
+1 votes Robert Adams › May 29, 2012
Flew into Phoenix this morning and the first thing I do once I check into my hotel room is go play a round at Fountain Hills DGC, a course I've been eyeing since I found out I was coming to Mesa, AZ. Course was absolutely amazing. Somewhat wide open at times, but that's no one's fault. Course plays great around the lake, and the fountain makes it even more memorable. Navigation could be better, luckily I had a course map on my phone though. Only con on this course is people pic-nicing right on t ...
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Flew into Phoenix this morning and the first thing I do once I check into my hotel room is go play a round at Fountain Hills DGC, a course I've been eyeing since I found out I was coming to Mesa, AZ. Course was absolutely amazing. Somewhat wide open at times, but that's no one's fault. Course plays great around the lake, and the fountain makes it even more memorable. Navigation could be better, luckily I had a course map on my phone though. Only con on this course is people pic-nicing right on the tee-pads/basket locations. Or tying their dogs to the basket and pic-nicing there. So once again dude, if you're reading this, sorry if I interrupted your romantic picnic with a spike-hyzer of an ace run...
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+0 votes George Bodiroga › November 24, 2010
Big lake in the middle with the course going all the way around the lake. Most tee shots are wide open, but most baskets are guarded by 1 or more trees. The baskets were placed very closed to OB/water. Lots of foot traffic, but they didn't seem to mind the flying discs. No brush or tall grass, very well groomed. The only way to lose a disc would be to throw it in the water.
+0 votes Joe Marcum › November 17, 2010
+0 votes Patrick Blazek › March 7, 2011
Beautiful scenery, fun course. Very easy to lose plastic, not ideal for beginners.
+0 votes Matthew Forney › March 7, 2011
+0 votes Richard Levine › June 7, 2011
I'm from out of town and an average older player. I didn't lose any discs here, and I loved the course. The grass is nice, and I felt like my shots went further in the desert air (probably just my imagination). Lots of fun.
+0 votes William Deegan › August 2, 2011
+0 votes Judd D › November 1, 2011
+0 votes Bruce Kettle › January 23, 2012
I can't believe this course!! I also can't believe people aren't killed on this course each day.
+0 votes Sam Russ › January 23, 2012
Course set-up for Tournament. Great views and course extremely wet.
+0 votes Kimmy Jones › January 30, 2012
+0 votes Trent McKee › March 1, 2012
good course I'm just not goo around water haha
+0 votes Justin Rose › March 8, 2012
nice course, spent the day here on the last day of the Memorial Tourney. very nice.
+0 votes Richard Sullivan › January 27, 2013
+0 votes Matt Wardell › July 13, 2012
I have seen the course during coverage of the Memorial and its even better in person.
+0 votes kevin tulp › October 22, 2012
Great course! Lefty paradise! This course is a must if you are in the Phoenix area.
+0 votes Adam Klein › March 7, 2013
+0 votes Dustin Humphrey › March 28, 2013
+0 votes Carrie Humphrey › April 3, 2013
-1 votes Joel Wesseling › July 25, 2011
Really nice, grassy course surrounding a big lake. It has a great variety of shots, ranging from 200-550ish ft. The area is very pleasant with some looming mountains in the distance...picturesque.