+1 votes Dru "Stylez" › August 20, 2013
Wow! Great Job People! First time ever playing this Course! It's got it all... Water, controled shots, Great tee's and Signs! Good Baskets... Different for sure from what I'm used to... Looking forward to another round sometime :)
+0 votes Paul Schaufele › August 9, 2013
Crazy course! The canyon and the creek make for really cool scenery (see the photos). Some of the holes are very tough and technical. You will need all your discs and accuracy is at a premium. The creek will eat your discs if your aim is off (my Beast became a victim on #1). It's very hard to post a low score here, but still really fun and challenging. I don't recommend this course for beginners; it might frustrate them quite a bit.
+0 votes Paul Schaufele › Winter course › August 9, 2013
+0 votes Matt Wardell › August 4, 2013
+0 votes Michael Peterson › March 13, 2013
+1 votes Jose Prado › March 6, 2013
Concrete pads on all 18! multiple pin placements for most holes. extremely technical holes, you gotta have accuracy with both your backhands and forehands. Water in play on most of the front 9. Not a beginner course by any means.
+0 votes Jose Prado › Winter course › March 6, 2013
Very long course if you play all 30, Wide variety of short and very long holes, depending on basket placement. great use of elevation changes throughout. shooting over or around water hazards constantly.
+0 votes Matt "meatball" Holman › Winter course › January 20, 2013
Winter side is rough. Long holes and water that loves to eat discs.
+0 votes Josh Moore › August 17, 2012
+1 votes Jake La "Putt" ka › July 30, 2012
Not an A+ course but there are definitely a lot of A+ holes! Sick shots and OB to keep it interesting. A few long walks but those can't be helped because of the limitations in the canyon. Fun course I will be back. A little difficult to navigate
+0 votes John May › July 28, 2012
+0 votes Matt "meatball" Holman › June 20, 2012
+1 votes Ryan Ranes › June 25, 2012
Ok course a bit confusing with dirt teepads and no signs but has a lot of short technical holes with a creek that comes into play frequently