Maconaquah Park

Peru, Indiana     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Jeff Reed › August 29, 2011
Might be an okay course if it was cleaned up. There was broken glass all over the place. Lots of safety hazards for tripping and a couple spots real easy to fall very far. Some tough lines without a lot of reward for the risk.
-  +2 votes  + Ryan Overpeck › February 1, 2012
Broken glass everyone. There are a lot of place you could get seriously hurt on this course. That said, the course has a lot of potential. There's are a lot of unique and interesting looks/possibilities if the course were cleaned up and taken care of.
-  +0 votes  + Steve Bedwell › May 26, 2012
very hilly course, peru disc club is taking better care of course and city invested in a few new baskets, hope they keep it up because their for a while course was getting bad. course is layed out great
-  +0 votes  + Branden Myers › July 10, 2012
The course is very challenging with the layout of basket placement and hills. You can use almost every disc in your bag. Great all around course.
-  +0 votes  + Glen Baldwin › October 19, 2012
tough course very unforgiving public course its used a bunch FREE TO PLAY
-  +0 votes  + Scott Smith › May 4, 2013
pretty sick course, it was hard to find hole one but after driving all night and getting there before the sun is out, its not that bad of a course
-  +0 votes  + Samantha Lairson › May 22, 2013
Beautiful course! Has some graffiti and a small amount of broken glass but for the most part very nice! Make sure to bring your bug spray and hiking shoes! It's a lot of climbing! Very challenging!
-  +0 votes  + Jerry A. › July 7, 2015
Mississinewa was flooded,we drove almost 3 hrs to play,so we played here instead,ending up liking it a lot!
-  +0 votes  + Eric Brown › July 21, 2015
Like this course a lot. It is located in one the of the meccas of disc golf, Peru Indiana. Hills galore, rolling greens, water shot, long bombers, tight fairways. This course will give you all you can handle. Play Mississinewa, Honeybear, and Maconaquah in one day, you will be glad you did.
-  +0 votes  + Tim L › September 8, 2015
One of my very favorite courses, although it can frustrate the heck out of you, if you're not having a good driving day. Two pin placements keep the course fresh. Water hazards come into play on a few holes. Cool elevation changes and a very good variety of shots...long and short, lefty and righty holes, tricky basket placements, etc. Only downside to this course is the crappy Mach-2 baskets, but these are slightly improved ones with an extra ring of chains up top, so they catch a little bit better. This course would get an A+ from me if they ever replaced the baskets with Chainstars.
-  -1 votes  + Daniel Garrett › February 15, 2011
clear tees and good throwing.. first time this year being able to tee off on a pad and not snow or ice..
-  -1 votes  + john norwich › February 16, 2011
-  -1 votes  + Brett 'Barry' Lakin › June 13, 2011
-  -1 votes  + Robert Radtke › August 22, 2011
very rugged woods...lotta cool holes with elevation. after hole 12 cross the creek and walk straight to the huge set of stairs to get to teepad 13. On hole 16 dont thow at the basket u see straight ahead...the basket is to the left in the middle of the pines.
-  -1 votes  + Chris Blanchard › September 30, 2011
This course is a challenge. Was very clean when I played 2 weeks ago. Love the elevation changes, and basket placements.