+1 votes Ken Holding › May 2, 2013
Beautiful course, but a scary disc-eating monster.
+1 votes Sean Chapman › May 7, 2013
This is a long course that can be very tough cause of the high winds that are ALWAYS blowing through the gorge. Most of the holes are in the open with just a few trees and low brush on each hole. #'s 5-9 are awesome!!!! These holes are down through the woods then back up and out onto the flats again. The course has very nice baskets and large concrete tee pads with exception of a few holes which are tee'd off from the asphalt. Lock Approach has the potential to be a very nice course with some more work done(brush clearing).
+0 votes Nick Orr › July 11, 2014
Update: DC Dan rocks. The course is getting beat in, and is playing awesome. This course has it all, and will make you a better player. Hole 8 is the sickest tunnel shot on any course, and is my favorite hole at lox. 1 thing: some of the distances marked are not accurate. My drive maxes out at 350 average. Hole 14 is marked at 445. I birdie that hole 99% of the time, but I can't even get close to hole 17 which is posted at 414. Also, hole 3 is posted 229. I believe it's closer to 300ft.
+0 votes Stand Andeliver aka B. Bates › May 11, 2013
This is a up and coming monster in the Pac NW disc golf scene. Challenging, fair, creative, and most importantly FUN! As people have said there are a few issues that need cleared up, but the structure for a GREAT course is there. Awesome work Port of Cascade Locks, DC Dan, and all the volunteers that made this happen.
+0 votes Lee White › April 12, 2014
Love this course. big and fun. Tests your ability to play in the wind
-1 votes Aaron Sturgeon › August 7, 2013
This has some serious potential. So long as you don't fear wind and the first few tees do not get turned into an industrial parking lot, this is worth the trip. Locks Approach has a little of everything and will give you a solid test of your skills. Bring a spotter for hole 4!