+1 votes Derek Agler › Grand Miami DGC › March 24, 2012
Course is playing great. New concrete tee pads were a must and they are now in. Great course with numerous variations and a few elevation changes. Best course in the area.
+1 votes Nate Metz › Grand Miami DGC › April 9, 2012
This is a great mid/level course. A wide variety of terrain and elevation adds to the diffuculty of this course. A few holes over 400 feet with plenty of obstacles and turns. You will be suprised at the size of this course after you enter the park. One of my favorites!!! A must play if you are in the area.
+1 votes vance chapman › Grand Miami DGC › June 2, 2012
This is a challenging course that has plenty to offer. To be honest, i'm a beginner, so every course is a challenge. A big thanks to Nathan Metz for designing this one.
+1 votes Derek Morman › Grand Miami DGC › June 14, 2012
This is a fun course, several different features to challenge the beginner to the pro all the same. A few long distnace holes and some closer ones with some trickier shots to get to. Lots of good elevation changes and plenty of parking make for a great course. Come check it out, your gaurunteed to return again and again!
+1 votes Brian Boess › Grand Miami DGC › July 12, 2012
I really enjoy this course. More recently I am very happy with the new additions to the course. The elevated tee is a nice element, and I really like the new pin placements. Cant wait for some of the marked trees to come down, and the new alternate pins to be put in. These additions keep making the course more and more interesting. Nice work Nate, and the city of St. Marys
+1 votes Louis Salinas II › Grand Miami DGC › September 8, 2013
every tee pad was cement and longer than I'm used too, which is a good thing for people who run up to their shots. not many holes in the front nine need run up shots. also beside almost every tee pad was a tree stump to place your bag or whatever. walking up to hole two I noticed a bunch of broken glass. most holes in the front nine need cleaned of debris, nothing too serious but carpet or a rug in the woods? really? no par postings but there was writing on the tee posts letting people new to ...
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every tee pad was cement and longer than I'm used too, which is a good thing for people who run up to their shots. not many holes in the front nine need run up shots. also beside almost every tee pad was a tree stump to place your bag or whatever. walking up to hole two I noticed a bunch of broken glass. most holes in the front nine need cleaned of debris, nothing too serious but carpet or a rug in the woods? really? no par postings but there was writing on the tee posts letting people new to the course where the hole was, like if it dog legged right or left also o.b.'s. I liked how the baskets were near the next tee pad with the exception of tee pad 17 which is a nice walk back. family friendly area for sure.
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+0 votes Israel J › Grand Miami DGC › July 25, 2012
+0 votes jhonathan harris › Grand Miami DGC › July 9, 2012
hey guys me, jack, and jacob went and played the k.c. geiger park and it was awsome i loved it and i hope to go back one day and do better/ well i think this would be an awsome 2nd home course for me i really do like it alot of anhyzer shots threw the woods but u have open shots also on the course and the elvation changes are cool i cant wait to go back and play here again thanx Nate Metz for hanging with us after lunch
+0 votes Timothy Wilson › Grand Miami DGC › July 27, 2013
+0 votes Matt Doenges › Grand Miami DGC › May 8, 2015
New to Disc Golf and have become obsessed with it. I have access to 3 courses within minutes of my house to practice. The KC Geiger course is by far my favorite, lots of holes that require different shots.