+4 votes Jason "Rooster" Bruster › January 7, 2013
+3 votes Gavin "Sonny" Raney › April 18, 2011
Front 9 is fairly technical for a beginner like me, narrow wooded drives with several angles of approach. Back 9 is more open & has several unique tee shots. It's a new course so I cant really complain about the foliage. Love how it feels like you're in the middle of the woods.
+3 votes Justin "ugh massa" Stinson › February 23, 2012
awesome improvements. the course is playing the best i've seen.
+3 votes The "BEAST" Of The Woods › June 30, 2012
Front 9 reminds me of the Speeder Bike scene on Return Of The Jedi! New tee-pads make this course much more playable year around. If you have not been here in a long time, you should come back to see how much work has been done.
+3 votes Michael "Parker" Ray › August 10, 2012
The course has improved a lot in the last year. A lot of love has gone into it and it's showing. Thanks to everyone that's involved. Hole 1s new position is way easier in my opinion than the spot on the hill. But hole 15 just got twice as ridiculous to make up for it. I mean, cmon.....really? 3 it and you'll feel very fortunate. Tee signs are in some silly spots around the tees and no restrooms or water that I noticed but that's just getting picky. Other than that and hole 6, which has always fe ...
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The course has improved a lot in the last year. A lot of love has gone into it and it's showing. Thanks to everyone that's involved. Hole 1s new position is way easier in my opinion than the spot on the hill. But hole 15 just got twice as ridiculous to make up for it. I mean, cmon.....really? 3 it and you'll feel very fortunate. Tee signs are in some silly spots around the tees and no restrooms or water that I noticed but that's just getting picky. Other than that and hole 6, which has always felt silly to me, the course is playing awesome. Cement tees and a lot of fairway love go a long way. Keep up the good work!
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+2 votes - scottishrob - › April 18, 2013
*UPDATE* This course has only gotten better. Concrete teepads and tee signs at every hole. Lots of brush has been removed. Very technical. Bring spotters. Great course. Caution: POISON OAK & STINGING NETTLES. No biggie though. Tough it out. New pin locations on #14 & #15 add even more distance.
+2 votes Shay Courville › January 14, 2012
Great course. Nice and technical. Just needs cement tee's.
+2 votes Carl Boje › June 20, 2012
This course is awesome! I love the front 9 birdie time! Tightly wooded though so dont mess up, lots of vegetation, so keep an eye on your disc. The back 9; time to let her fly, alot longer and a couple of water shots makes for a great all around course, word is there are now tee pads! Great job CCDG, and to all the whiners about the vegetation and losing your discs, you should be able to watch your disc and have a general idea of where to look and if not, take it easy, or stopd drinking/ smoking so much lol
+2 votes Shaun Kirk › July 23, 2012
Good lines and lots of birds, use a spotter and you will have fun.
+1 votes Andy Verhoeven › September 17, 2010
clean up the fairways some and this could be a killer course
+1 votes TOE "Tee Off Even Under Pressure" UP › October 7, 2010
man i played there before they open the place and man it was really hard but fun and i have seen lots of deer there witch was pretty cool
+1 votes jordan paasch › March 22, 2011
+1 votes ROGUE RIDER › June 18, 2011
ground cover is ubr tall but stil playable if your buddies keep eyes on the disc.
+1 votes Don Alexander › February 3, 2013
Lots of Potential - Course needs major brush cutting and poison oak removal in some areas. Recommend spotters.
+1 votes Alex Lofting › December 20, 2012
Loved it but, it was really wet the day I went. Great Challenge course. Little hard finding holes but, the map helped.
+1 votes shane kirby › March 4, 2013
awesome coarse. instant favorite
+1 votes Matt "Tree Bruiser" Bressler › March 7, 2013
+0 votes YounG GuN OG Johnson › October 1, 2010
+0 votes Shane B › May 19, 2011
The opening of the last 6 or so holes mad for a very nice 18 hole course.love the wooded atmosphere. But with that atmosphere comes the Poison Oak!!! It is thick out there BE CAREFULL
+0 votes kelly heard › August 10, 2011
Real fun and tough course. It's tough finding some holes with out a guide to direct u. Aldo should have spotters lots of vegitation
+0 votes Jessie Sanders › December 20, 2011
+0 votes Bill Harpster › December 26, 2011
Overall this is a great course needs some finish work done to it, but as you can see it will be challenging without a SPOTTER especially in the fall and winter months. Keep up the good work and finish this damn course already.
+0 votes Lance Jones › April 19, 2012
fun course, recommend spotters, played it solo and did not lose a disc but did spend a little time looking.
+0 votes The "Herb" › October 6, 2012
this course has come a long way in the short time I've been playing
-1 votes Steven Egler › February 24, 2013
place gets better and better!!!
-3 votes Slick Willie › October 9, 2012
Tee Pads awesome, the rest of the park kinda sucks, overgrown worse than Waterloo, now i remember why I have not been out there for 2 years.