Ross Park

Norton Shores, Michigan     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +4 votes  + Nate Smith › August 8, 2012
Great layout with each hole having different lanes, bends and pin placements. I could not believe how clean the fairways were of sticks, brush and stumps with just opening. First time through you need to walk ahead to find pins because most are blind or tucked tight against smaller trees! Great upgrade and appreciate all the efforts to bring a quality round to Norton Shores.
-  +1 votes  + MEAT BABY › August 2, 2012
-  +1 votes  + Hunter C › July 31, 2012
COURSE UPDATED. Ross Park Disc Golf Course now has 10 Discraft Chainstar double chain baskets for 9 holes of play and 1 practice basket at the start. Course has nicely cleared fairways throughout the woods with a badass view of the Muskegon Country Airport on a couple holes. Benches, garbage cans, and cement tee-pads comings soon!!!
-  +1 votes  + Anthony Morefield › September 6, 2012
This course overall is a great variety of throwing options. However it would be amazing if they could add more holes to make it larger and have tee's showing where to start and a map indicating where you are going.
-  +1 votes  + Brian Bonebrake II › July 8, 2013
Short and technical. Great for practicing your mid range controlled shots. Also, next to a baseball field for a little homerun derby or practicing your drives.
-  +1 votes  + Zack Wheeler › July 1, 2013
It's an excellent balance between a difficult wood course and an boring field course. However, none of the tees are visible from the pads, nor are maps included for this course so include time for walking each fairway to scout it out. The woods a thick layer of leaves throughout the year so hooking a disc under the leaves is a risk, be careful!
-  +0 votes  + Hits Trees › April 11, 2014
Nice and technical some garbage and lots of leaves I was the only one here from 7-8.
-  +0 votes  + Willis Snyder › July 18, 2012
Course has been redesigned to a more legitimate course. only 9 holes but cement tees are being put in and chainstar baskets are being placed. as the course gets changed itll be easier to navigate and a fun play. by next year this course will be a more visible course in the lakeshore area
-  +0 votes  + Eric Grinwis › June 6, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Alan Moll › June 15, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Adam Hutton › June 30, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Nick Rockey › July 13, 2013
+It's only 9 holes, but plays well and pretty quickly if you only have abit of time +Tee to hole placement is pretty good, a lot of dog-leg rights +Hole 9 is a pretty good long tunnel shot ^Needs next tee markers ^Once upon a time there were painted 2x4's in the ground to signal 'the tee', those are gone. You can still tell by 'wear' the area you need to stand ^Actually they have the room for atleast 9 more baskets, would be nice to see that! ^I have played this course many, many, many, ma ...
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-  +0 votes  + Jamie Vincent › September 4, 2013
Descent 9 hole course.. you can tell that a lefty designed it, so bring a couple forehand shots. Great baskets, dirt bads with posts. You can throw towards the practice basket after 9 to finish and play it as a 10 holer..
-  +0 votes  + Jerry Tice › October 1, 2013
Ross Park is a great course, just watch for trees...hahaha
-  +0 votes  + Jonathan Thomas › January 4, 2014
Super fun little speed course.
-  -1 votes  + Luke Langkamp › May 27, 2013
-  -2 votes  + Kerry Hanley › March 21, 2012
This place does not use baskets. They use poles as targets.
-  -3 votes  + Randy Shreve › March 22, 2012
course appears to be undergoing a change. all the posts from the old layout have been removed. the only posts i found were hole 1 which was by where hole 4 used to be and hole 9 which was near where hole 5 or 6 was. will contact parks department to see if they are just moving the holes around or if they are pulling the course.
-  -5 votes  + Corey Kieft › August 26, 2012