Lincoln Park

Port Angeles, Washington     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Dale Maricle › April 21, 2014
B-
i will be here next Saturday for the birdie bash so we made the trip so we didn't go in blind. great course! the reason for the rating is the first hole is closed and i wasn't awfully impressed with the 13, 14 holes! Bring your fishing poles and even take a break and catch some trout if you'd like
-  +1 votes  + Jeffrey Monger › March 18, 2014
B
Hometown course so I tried to unbiase myself. The course is in a public multiuse park with restrooms. Mix of teepads right now, carpet, natural, concrete, and brick. Teesigns on each hole. Course map on the kiosk. Mix of woods and semi open. More of a finese course than a bomber. White and blue pads.
-  +1 votes  + Evan Murphy › March 18, 2014
B
Best course in town. Full 18 holes across wooded and open holes. Water in play on several holes. Technical and fun. Great signage. Some layout is strange between two of the holes. Tee pads are inconsistent but once they are all concrete this course will be amazing.
-  +1 votes  + Donna Hale › April 29, 2014
B
The Port Angeles Disc Golf Asso recently cleaned up the course. Looks pretty good. Hole 13 had been mowed now. They are planning another Work Party over Mother's Day weekend to improve the tee pads (to concrete), clear salal, and toss out branches to make the course better.
-  +0 votes  + marcus p › July 8, 2013
D
The only reason I give this course a D is because parts of it aren't labeled. It made it little frustrating, had to guess and explore quite a bit which in itself was fun, but at the same time annoying. The obstacles were pretty nice. Some tees are natural others have something like shag carpet. Overall would play again, just need someone who has played all the holes before hand.
-  +0 votes  + Jon Hamilton › July 20, 2014
B-
I enjoy the diversity of the holes and the different and unique challenges each hole presents. I do not particularly enjoy some of the distances between some holes, but for the most part they are not arduous. Recent upgrades to the white tee pads and the maintenance of the course by the local disc golf association is indeed a huge positive for me.