+2 votes Ted Stoebling › August 11, 2013
+1 votes Jamie Vincent › June 12, 2014
Solid course..great job guys..the amount of work that was done to put this course in had to be epic..they did a great job..the course is easy to navigate and that's a huge plus..lots of people playing the course which is great..the shorts make for a very easy round, the longs however make for a tough par..I love the course..plays along the river and is very close to the college..
+1 votes Bradley Crofoot › August 9, 2013
Nice pins and pads, someone will need to keep these up though since they are gravel. A very good technical course which is a great change of pace from the rest of the courses in the area.
+1 votes Tony Scott › August 4, 2013
+1 votes Josh "StuFish" Swain › August 14, 2013
A fantastic course, and it's only going to get better I think. Great use of natural terrain, a true gem in the north. The only thing I noticed is a few of the gravel t-boxes were getting rutted out. (a few fund-raiser events could pay for cement tee pads' ...where do we send donations??? :)
+1 votes Jeremy Moran › November 25, 2013
18 holes with long and short tees on each make for 2 totally different rounds. Every shot from the tee to the basket retains technical elements and a round never gets boring or repetitive, a thinking man's disc golf course! Some walking paths get slippery when wet so be careful between the holes. A few more signature holes, elevation changes and/or long bombs and it'd be an A+ but that's an unavoidable byproduct of the land...
+1 votes Aaron Anderson › April 26, 2014
Short hike from campus and full of beautiful scenery. It's technical which I like. 7 can be treacherous if you throw a little far, there's a bit of a cliff off the back of the dogleg, or you can try to tomahawk over the top and cut the corner. I love this course though and it's definitely one of my favorite things about Marquette. (Which, if you've been to Marquette, you know is saying something.) Lovers of nature and the sport will love this course.
+1 votes Justin Goodman › July 21, 2014
+1 votes Gary Lassila › July 25, 2014
+1 votes Erin Feeley › November 16, 2014
+1 votes Jeff Schettner › September 27, 2014
+1 votes cody smith › August 11, 2015
I have played a number of courses around the state and have to say this is one of my favorites. Yes the grass and weeds can get tough to find your disc in at times but the change in scenery is awesome. there is a hole here for everyone be it long or short.
+1 votes Andrew Jones › September 16, 2015
+0 votes Cory J › June 22, 2013
Solid Course! Amazing scenery along the river! A lot of tough shots! Watch your discs on hole 12 and 14, could easily lose a disc if you don't have a good toss. This course is raising the popularity of this sport in Marquette. This will bring more and more people to play, plus the course is a challenge... nothing better than that. Once it gets more broken in, will be one of the best courses in Michigan!
+0 votes Nate Simpson › June 11, 2014
+0 votes Joe S › July 8, 2013
My only dislike with the course so far is with the grooming but I'm in no way rating the course by that. I mean it just opened and has been improving and I'm sure it will continue, especially as more and more people play it.
+0 votes Ryan Vincent › November 26, 2014
+0 votes Andy H › August 21, 2015
This is a great course but has to be one of the most confusing layouts I have ever seen. I am a blue tee player and was so aggravated by the layout that after searching for trails and tee pads switched to red tees after several holes. Disc golf courses should be easily navigated for novice and newcomers. You should not need a tour guide to find the holes or the pads. Several times I found myself blindly searching for the next hole and could use more signage. They do appear to be attempting to fi ...
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This is a great course but has to be one of the most confusing layouts I have ever seen. I am a blue tee player and was so aggravated by the layout that after searching for trails and tee pads switched to red tees after several holes. Disc golf courses should be easily navigated for novice and newcomers. You should not need a tour guide to find the holes or the pads. Several times I found myself blindly searching for the next hole and could use more signage. They do appear to be attempting to fix some the tee boxes which are dug out and rutted very bad. There is also a lot of trash and broken glass around the course so be careful! This course does have some awesome holes, and in my opinion favors forehand player. I love tight wooded courses and this is definitely one of those! If the guys who manage the course could work out some of the kinks and overly complicated holes I would give this course a A. Disc golf is supposed to fun for everyone and I could see newcomers leaving this course and never playing again.
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+0 votes Jake Nease › October 2, 2014
+0 votes Mr. Dover › October 30, 2014
+0 votes Lucas Krupp › November 2, 2014
Very nice wooded course with a lot of variation of hole type and scenery.
+0 votes Chris Johnson › November 7, 2014
Nice course; not too difficult, not too easy. Loved hole #7 - had to scrounge around for my disc longer than I had liked, but very cool placement in the rock out-croppings! Shank your shot to the right on that one and you'll be looking downhill quite a ways. First few holes have the river off to the side for a very beautiful view. Signage for hole 11 could be a lot better - took me a few minutes longer than I would have liked to figure out where the heck it was...frustrating but no big deal.
+0 votes Joshua N › June 8, 2015
+0 votes Jamie Doneau › June 8, 2015
+0 votes Trent Smith › July 3, 2015
+0 votes Luke Langkamp › August 18, 2015
+0 votes Jeremy Wright › October 23, 2015
-1 votes Tim Kopacz › July 1, 2013
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