Optimist Park

Mountain Home, Idaho     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Kyle Fleming › November 24, 2013
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My new home course, very open and not too many obstacles. 1-5 completely open drives so they are not very difficult. 5-9 a lot of tree coverage. big downside is that tee's are grass, and I love concrete pads.
-  +0 votes  + Brian Cobos › June 9, 2013
C+
This is my home course and 1-6 are open holes with nothing too technical about them. I do like them tho because its allowed me to work on power and accuracy without the loss of any disks. I gets very windy so if its not windy in mountain home I would get out there and play the course.
-  +0 votes  + Jeremy Sayer › June 9, 2013
C+
Watered too much during the summer and the wind blows all of the time. Not enough trees for technical shots, very wide open.
-  +0 votes  + Chad Murphy › March 6, 2013
C+
I will first admit I am a little biased about this course because it is my home course and I also designed it with the help of the Parks and Rec department here in Mountain Home. I like playing this course a lot. It does not have as many in air obstacles as other courses but it lends itself to a lot of "airing it out" opportunities. Holes 7-9 are the best ones to play because trees do come into play on those holes. Holes 1-6 have some obstacles such as small hills, roadways and a BMX track.The c ...
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-  +0 votes  + Paul Schaufele › June 15, 2013
C-
This is my home course and where I learned to play. The holes are quite long and unless you drive 350'+, there are no "Ace" chances. You can really work on unloading a long drive on holes 1-6 because there aren't any trees in the way. #s 7 and 8 are nice holes with some challenging trees and out of bounds areas. #9 is the shortest and gives <300' drivers like me a birdie chance. If you play in the summer, bring your rubber boots and deet. The course is seriously overwatered! I play several ...
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