Orange Crush

Fairmont, West Virginia     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Julian Powell › September 12, 2010
A-
You will probably get crushed by this one. A tough, woods course that can kill a good shot. Get out of the clearings and you will find yourself in some trouble.

I love it, WV disc golf at its finest! Thanks WVDGA!
-  +0 votes  + Taylor Goik -Dirty Mitten Disc Golf- › August 15, 2011
A
-  +0 votes  + Jason Lee › August 19, 2012
A+
-  +0 votes  + Tree Nied › August 19, 2012
A+
Orange Crush is in the woods of Morris Park and is a very demanding counterpart to the Seth Burton Memorial Disc Golf Course which it surrounds. The course features long and short natural tee pads, "A" and "B" basket positions, difficult wooded hallways and ascending/descending elevation changing shots. The par's vary significantly with a solid 66 from long tee's and a sharp 58 from short tee's. Every aspect of your disc golf game will be tested at this course. Bring plenty of water and snack ...
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-  +0 votes  + Jesse W › August 19, 2012
A
-  +0 votes  + Joey Palumbo › August 19, 2012
A
Bring your best game. The Crush can be brutal!
-  +0 votes  + Tyler Starcher › September 9, 2012
A
-  +0 votes  + Jonathan Farley › August 5, 2013
A+
One of WV's finest.
-  +0 votes  + Vern Lepine › August 18, 2013
A
super long course in the wooods what a work out,awesome tunnel shoots.
-  +0 votes  + Redmon "aces" D › April 17, 2014
B
-  +0 votes  + Robin WW › June 21, 2014
A-
West Virginia Golf. Goat Hills Rugged. Love more holes than I hate. But hate 18 & one or two more.
-  +0 votes  + Roger Franks › July 10, 2014
B+
Love the course. It doesn't love me. Every hole in the woods. Accuracy is very demanding. Extremely difficult to get a good score on the orange crush. The course is always kept in good shape.
-  +0 votes  + John Payne › August 24, 2014
A
Really good technical course that will challenge even the best players. Gravel tee pads with excellent signage and plenty of arrows to point you to the next tee's.
-  +0 votes  + Travis Lepine › November 10, 2014
A
This course was sure a challenge up and down hills and long, them bright orange baskets you can spot a mile away.
-  +0 votes  + Dan Chando › October 7, 2015
A
I played from short tees so there would be enough daylight to play the Seth Burton Memorial Course as well. Orange crush was amazing! Navigation was a breeze. The gravel tee pads are in good shape and the baskets are in great shape! The course itself seems to favor the RHFH on the front, and the RHBH on the back, so there ends up being a really good mix of shots. Most are tightly wooded, but all of the holes have pretty fair lines, and a variety of them to choose from. I wouldn't recommend ...
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-  +0 votes  + Patrick Treude › January 2, 2016
A-
Pros;
- beautifully designed course entirely in a forest and extreme hills,
- premium on shaping shots,
- a variety of challenges - long par3s, 4s, and par 5s, extreme uphill and downhill holes, baskets on large mounds,
- tee signs and benches,
- next hole indicators,
- several layouts of the two course in key areas.
Cons;
- no garbage cans - garbage on course,
- extreme hills makes playing the course difficult, (I could only play it once)
- very long walk from hole 9 to 10.