Jay Kovach October 25 at 7:58pm
understandable, that course is atoll young. The park depo has the capability to move trees also.
Dominic G October 25 at 7:07pm
That's optimistic Jay. There still would be plenty of obsticles. I would just like to see some defined fairways. You've got 3 of the best holes around in 14, 15, and 16 that just end in an odd par 4 on 17. I'm not talking peeling out the whole fairway. Matt had some very well thought out trees picked to go. Just wanted to see it happen, that's all. I think a little bit of fairway shaping is what's holding it back. I still love it out there though.
Jay Kovach October 25 at 11:10am
Played there yesterday and three out of the four of us made it over the hill thats good odds can't park them all boys. I'm sure some old trees will fall this winter then other routes will open up.
Dominic G October 24 at 11:15pm
What happened with the trees that were to be cut down? The ones I saw marked a few weeks ago would of made some beautiful fairways. Now they are no longer marked and its the same old cluster f**k on 17. I felt like a kid on Christmas eve that was so excited only to wake up on Christmas morning to find out dad lost his job and there isn't any presents.
Brian Shega October 24 at 10:37pm
Threw a glow x-caliber in the lake behind 5's basket. About 10-20 feet off the shore. Reward if returned.
melissa martin October 23 at 12:44pm
okay portage people. i lost a white/pink star valkyrie on hole one. i'm still crying over it, please keep an eye out...
Kevin Hitch October 12 at 9:58pm
Wadsworth's Discraft Ace Race on Sunday 10/28...REGISTRATION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO THIS SUNDAY 10/14 @12:30 P.M. Come get $60 worth of gear for $25, have a good time, and at this point have a good chance to win the grand prize worth close to $150! Come give feedback as well to the local club on future pin locations, as the course is beautiful and is going to make alterations and expand to 18 holes in the next year. SIGN UP NOW AND TELL YOUR FRIENDS - THANKS! http://www.discgolfscene.com/tournaments/Discraft_Ace_Race-Wadsworth_2012
Kevin Hitch September 30 at 9:51am
Discraft Ace Race being held in Wadsworth: 40 mins from Hudson, 30 from Parma, 15 from Medina, 30 from Wooster, 25 from Massilon, 30 from Portage Lakes, 30 from Wingfoot. Low registration numbers so far so you have a far higher chance at the prizes. It's on 10/28, with Pre-reg REQUIRED by 10/11. Registration and details available on the 'Scene. JOIN US for a good time at a park with a lot of promise for disc golf!
Matt Dungan September 28 at 9:33pm
I will be here around 8 in the morning working on hole 17 installing a bench behind the long tee and cutting down some of the smaller trees in the fairway if anyone wants to help. I will be playing by 11 am
Jay Kovach September 3 at 2:02pm
Course looks beautifull nice pads top notch really love the boy scout pad.
Matt Dungan September 3 at 7:34am
I'll be at the course today around 9 do****some work, the park wants us to move the bench behind 5 away from the road. We will probably put it by 17's tee. Gonna play around noon
Nick Bacon August 17 at 8:35pm
This course is awesome. Wish i would have know earlier in the summer.
Matt O August 17 at 6:00pm
Yes, from the long tee. There should be a sign on one of the trees to the right of the tee. I was there last Sunday, didn't notice if it was still there or not.
Carl Peterson August 6 at 7:50am
If you are not playing in the YUTE! on Saturday, Aug. 11 (Canton and Massillon), come on out to help Matt Dungan get Portage Lakes ready for its first sanctioned tournament on the new concrete tees (Aug. 18-19). Work will start around 9:00 Saturday morning, Aug. 11. Also, don't forget the Tiger Town Open on Sunday Aug. 12 at Massillon.
Troy Oligney July 8 at 11:27pm
New to this sport, but love it!
New to this site ... Is it important to have friends on here?
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Matt Dungan June 23 at 8:53pm
13 more concrete pads finished today!
Thanks to all who came out and helped get us over the hump, 25 down 11 to go! Truck was there at 8:30 and we were done by 10 but it's funny how the real work is staying the rest of the day to guard 13 freshly poured tee pads that are scattered around a state park on a busy Saturday afternoon!