+0 votes Ryan Foose › October 8, 2010
Nicely maintained. Holes are nice but needs more distance. Tournament layouts are awesome though!
-1 votes Shane McBane Hudspeth › October 10, 2010
+0 votes Tony T2 Martinez › October 11, 2010
great corse well maintained
+2 votes Star Newton › October 14, 2010
my favorite course i've played so far!
-1 votes colby andersen › October 15, 2010
-1 votes Larry Laub › October 17, 2010
-1 votes JD C › December 12, 2010
+1 votes Dustin Renz › February 6, 2011
Nothing like a day at Lake Walcott!!!!!!!! Just ask anyone who'sbeen there.
-1 votes Andrew Brander › February 5, 2011
+1 votes Matthew Brander › October 14, 2011
Very nice layout, plenty of obstacles.
-1 votes Kody Reinstein › February 5, 2011
+0 votes Roy Hale › February 26, 2011
Played ice bowl here, very fun but a great challange. The course is layed out nice. The park nice and clean. Great for the whole family!
+1 votes CODY FLYNN › February 26, 2011
LOVED THE COURSE,FIRST TIME PLAYING IT-CANT WAIT TO PLAY IT IN THE SUMMER.
-1 votes Ray Jensen › April 6, 2011
+2 votes Ryan Ranes › June 13, 2011
One of my favorites very well manicured and very peaceful not crowded at all plays fast. Lots of distance holes and short accuracy shots.
+0 votes Stu Jensen › August 28, 2011
One of my favorite courses! Well groomed, good rubber tee-pads, accurate signs. Travis your the man!
+1 votes tyson andersen › October 28, 2011
GOOD layout, easy play. i like the grass everywhere!! makes for a wonderful quiet day playin golf
+1 votes Mike Jablonski › January 20, 2012
1st time playing it, loved the course, well laid out and clean. Looking forward to playing it again.
+0 votes Markus Mika › April 8, 2012
Great course with a lot of variety. Beautiful setting and challenging winds.
+0 votes Bob Davies › May 7, 2012
+3 votes Jared Kastleman › May 25, 2012
Gorgeous course nestled against a pristine lake. 21 holes, multiple pin positions on most holes, exceptional signage, benches and bathrooms. At least one hole (5) has a par 3 pin position and a par 4 position, this is innovative and pretty dang rad. There is a great blend of hole lengths and shapes and plenty of O.B. to contend with, the grass fairways are beautiful and perfectly maintained; not to mention the entire park. It is nearly impossible to lose a disc here, with the exemption of hole 1 ...
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Gorgeous course nestled against a pristine lake. 21 holes, multiple pin positions on most holes, exceptional signage, benches and bathrooms. At least one hole (5) has a par 3 pin position and a par 4 position, this is innovative and pretty dang rad. There is a great blend of hole lengths and shapes and plenty of O.B. to contend with, the grass fairways are beautiful and perfectly maintained; not to mention the entire park. It is nearly impossible to lose a disc here, with the exemption of hole 13. Subtle elevation change throughout the entire course keeps things fresh. But the thing that really sets Walcott apart is the stunning array of old growth and new trees. Depending on the season, the trees could be a variety of colors- purple, pink, red, orange; add to this the pristine water that pops into view on many of the holes and you've got something special happening. Hole 13 has a safari tee that plays over about 200 ft. of the lake's deep water and towering trees to a basket perched on top of a lava rock platform, good stuff. There is a bit of this rock scattered through the course adding some additional flavor. Being in South East Idaho, Walcott can get really windy. The massive trees do a lot to block some of the wind, especially on holes 11-21. The wildlife is abundant and the camping spots are sweet. I've heard that in the peak of the summer the insects are terrible, avoiding this time of year to visit would probably be a good idea. The town of Rupert is actually a cool little place about 15 min. from the course. I saw 2 golfers in 2 days. The words disc golf oasis or disc golf paradise are not far fetched when talking about Lake Walcott.
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+1 votes Chris Alexander › June 24, 2012
This course is awesome, so nicely kept up, and every hole is well described on the tee pad with direction of basket, and distance... Loved it
+1 votes Lisa Alexander › June 25, 2012
My favorite course. It is such a beautiful place to spend the day with friends and family and not just golf but camp and swim!
-1 votes rj rodarte › June 25, 2012
+1 votes Jake La "Putt" ka › July 9, 2012
As a course itself, i give this a B+ to A- but what makes this an A+ course for me is the fun factor. Not sure if it was having the course to ourselves, or how awesome the place is, but it was just a blast!! I just wanted to play 25 more rounds after I was done. Great course!
-1 votes Bryan Cook › August 19, 2012
-1 votes mike stradley › November 1, 2012
+1 votes Matt "meatball" Holman › February 2, 2013
Love the course. I think it's my favorite in the whole state of Idaho.
+0 votes Michael LaDeaux › February 16, 2013
+0 votes Paul Schaufele › June 2, 2013
As good as advertised! You could combine it with Massacre Rocks to make a big day. I plan to play it again ASAP.
+0 votes Dru "Stylez" › August 25, 2013
Solid Epic Course!!! This place has it all!!! Hole #5 is a Par 4 in Long! Making it a 64 for Par. Great Signs, Awesome Flow, Elevation Changes, Course Maps @ Hole #1... I would have given it an A+, except the Tee boxes are rubber Mats and uneven, Need Concrete Pads!!! And when you pull in, there's no direction to where Hole #1 is, I think the Park Rangers could easily do something about that. All in All, there's no doubt that this is Idaho's #1 Course!!! An Oasis in the middle of nowhere, and a Discgasim (For Definition, Go Play Here) :)
+0 votes Dave Zabel › April 16, 2014
This course has the feel of a Pro-Style golf course. Great grooming. Short holes to incredibly long holes. A raised pin, which is always a cool twist. Ann Morrison (Boise) on steroids