Semetary

Hillsboro, Oregon     This course has been removed permanently.     Driving directions

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-  +3 votes  + Karl "with a K" Denfeld › March 15, 2011
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This is my own course! Beautifully located between hillsboro and newberg. This course offers gorgeous views of all five mountains, in the Portland metro area. This course playes in an hour or so. There is a tight technical nine holes, followed by a long rough eighteen holes. The majority of the holes play around an orchard, some tight wooded shots,and also three holes are played in the cemetary! Scary! This course offers a private setting, so bring out whatever you got!
-  +1 votes  + Thomas "T" D. › July 22, 2011
A
What a great course for all types of throws. You'll need several types of shots to make the 27 holes but what a fun,long and sometimes technical course. Elevation changes, forest and straight along the orchards edge. Then the cemetary side for some reall technical disc. A must play in Washington County. Not far from Hillsboro on Hiway 217 and Laurel Rd. Call Karl before going out but he's almost always ready to show off the course!!
-  -1 votes  + Steven Egler › August 22, 2011
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-  +1 votes  + TOE "Tee Off Even Under Pressure" UP › July 28, 2011
A
great course for sure a most to put on the list of courses to play a lot of fun great people and awesome views all different kinds of shots really hope to play here again :)~
-  +0 votes  + Mickey Shau Quaddix › July 14, 2013
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Drove 1 hour around Old Hillsboro Hwy looking for the disc golf course only to find out it is no longer in service. Owner of the course moved away from home and spoke with the current residence and said son moved away so they just took it down. Beautiful cemetery, " Mount Olive Cemetery of Laurel, est. February 6, 1878 and great scenery view but NO DISC GOLF COURSE. The physical address of the course location is to the neighboring house on the left from the cemetery and they currently have one b ...
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