Mingus Park

Coos Bay, Oregon     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Seth W › June 5, 2014
B-
9 baskets and 18 tee pads with the second nine generally playing longer and adding more trees. This is a short very technical course that plays through a small canyon and elevation comes into play on almost every hole. You really only need putters and midranges and maybe a sidearm disc. I feel that previous reviews have been slightly too harsh on this course. As of 2/1/2014 all 9 baskets have been replaced not sure if they went missing again as the previous review stated? There is some vandalism ...
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-  +0 votes  + Da Paperboy › January 28, 2014
C-
Alot of potential. Missing baskets.
-  +0 votes  + ballin like craig collins › June 19, 2013
C
I played this course for the first time today from what it looks like the came thru and cleaned it up great lay out I love that it has a lot of elevation changes but its a little short but challenging its a mid range to a putter course but its a nice little course
-  +0 votes  + - scottishrob - › June 9, 2012
D
this course has the potential to be a lot of fun that being said it needs a lot of work, I was told by a local at winsor park all the baskets were in...not so,I heard they get stolen often, lots of brush really overgrown, has teepads and the signs are made from old no parking signs, won't be back to this one for awhile
-  +0 votes  + Hayden Rue › December 26, 2011
D+
Cool course lay out but some baskets were missing and broke. Had poles instead
-  +0 votes  + McKenzie Baldwin › May 16, 2011
D+
This course has been laid low by vadals! Last time I played this course at least 2 baskets had been stolen by metal thieves and one baskets chains were held together at the bottom with a large stretched out paperclip. Set in a hilly forest, there is a lot of elevation change, lost discs, and mosquitos! If this course had all the baskets I could give it at least a C, but in its current state, I suggest Windsor Park in North Bend.