+0 votes Dan Walker › November 27, 2011
Very long links style course requiring MANY 300+ shots to score. Fairly open, manicured park but plays very tight with OB (road) and river in play on at least half the holes. Even the experienced won't play for fear of losing discs in river. I lost 3 my last round there. 1 hole requires 200 ft shot over river. Site of 2006 PDGA World Championship. B only because it is too long for me.
+0 votes Jason Dominy › December 9, 2011
+0 votes Barret Duncan › March 22, 2012
Confusing layout; you are often doubling back and cutting across other holes. Course does not stay very well manicured. Also not in a great part of town... OB plays VERY tight on many holes.
+0 votes Jimmy Alexander › April 23, 2012
This is a great course. It has a couple good bombs, but they still need to be controlled throws. The rest is some pretty hazardous stuff. LOTS of water and OB! Really fun for the advanced player, and a little more tricky for beginners.
+0 votes Scotty Boyd › July 12, 2012
Olmstead can be brutal and your shots have to be dead on. Course plays short and tight. There are a good variety of short and long holes. The course plays between a road and a lake and the width between both at some points are as narrow as 50 yards. 3 holes play tight on water and you def dont want to go for the basket on these bc if you go in the water, you arent retrieving them. The water is over populated with alligator gar. The more i play this course the more i love it. im starting to consider this a home course for me
+0 votes Matt Bonitatibus › January 30, 2013
I enjoy playing Lake O, but it is hard to talk others into meeting there. Playing this course will make you a better player. The water will eat some plastic though.
+0 votes Ron Baughman › February 19, 2013
Tough and fun. I like the challenge but dont get careless or you'll empty your bag in the pond 7,11,15,17,and 18. lots of water and swamps in play. But on the plus side its a beautiful course.