+0 votes Cal Benke- Team Tilley's › September 8, 2010
+1 votes Kyle Mihatsch---Team Tilley's › January 28, 2012
This a great course for golfers of all skills. Amateurs will like the short distances and easy shots. Pros will like the chance to easily score double digits under par and many ace runs. The course is well kept by the civic center attendants and signage and cement tees on each hole are nice. This course is generally not ever crowded and makes for a relaxed round. Being mostly flat makes for an easy walk and easy navigation. Overall this is a great course for anyone.
+0 votes Zac Cauchy › October 26, 2010
+0 votes john dexter gallager › November 18, 2010
great mix of holes, front is a bit open and longer.,.,.back is a bit tight and wooded, besides elevation, this course gives you alot of lot variation practice
+0 votes Dave Milewski › June 7, 2011
+0 votes David Loggins › June 28, 2011
Get a course map or you will tee off to the wrong basket at least once if not more. Layout can be somewhat confusing so be sure and find the grounds keeper (rv next to the tennis courts) and ask for a course map. Very well maintained course, no drinking and no smoking rules combined with the constant presence of the grounds keepers means you don't have a bunch of drunk casuals messing up the place. As for how the course plays, the front 9 are all open holes with few trees or many other obstacles ...
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Get a course map or you will tee off to the wrong basket at least once if not more. Layout can be somewhat confusing so be sure and find the grounds keeper (rv next to the tennis courts) and ask for a course map. Very well maintained course, no drinking and no smoking rules combined with the constant presence of the grounds keepers means you don't have a bunch of drunk casuals messing up the place. As for how the course plays, the front 9 are all open holes with few trees or many other obstacles except for the tennis courts on hole one. The back 9 is either in the woods or going in/out of the woods. Good course for people new to the game as most holes are either straight forward or basic left/right. Ever present wind on the front 9 is good for forcing a new player to make smart decisions when it comes to disc selection. Not a bad course by any means but the more experienced player will probably find it lacking. Great course to build good solid fundamentals.
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+0 votes Jason Karle › July 3, 2011
Good course with a variety of holes, easy to score well as well as get you into easy bogie land too!
+0 votes Daniel Klingelsmith › July 14, 2011
A good par 3 course. If the front seems to be kicking your butt, the back gives you a few holes, with accurate throws, an opportunity to bring your score back down. Great up-keep, and a deceptive sized course with a fairly modest footprint.
+0 votes Taylor Goik -Dirty Mitten Disc Golf- › October 7, 2011
+0 votes Matt Powers › March 6, 2012
+0 votes Tom Harrigan › September 12, 2012
Great course. First 7 holes mostly open, next 11 holes (except hole 11) are all in the woods. Mostly flat with very little elevation changes. Good course for beginners. Well maintained. Excellent winter course. Thanks to the SHG (Secret Handshake Gang) for keeping the tee boxes shoveled and salted all winter.
+0 votes Rob McGregor › June 24, 2012
Good clear field holes for long power shots, and some woods to make it a challenge. If your new to the course, visit the park attendant and they will give you a map. Nicely mowed and clean, and less traffic if you start before noon on Saturday and Sundays.
+0 votes Grant McMullen › November 12, 2012
+0 votes matthew bloom › April 1, 2013
it's a pretty fun disc golf course to play for woods practice, because like from 9 to 18 is all woods
+0 votes Johnnie Leigh › April 20, 2013
great course. fun to play. my main course to play.
-2 votes Isaac piper › April 24, 2013
great course for woods play and fun to play in the open part of the course