Silver Mountain

St. Ignace, Michigan     1 course · 24 holes     Driving directions

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-  +3 votes  + Jason McCary › June 23, 2013
A
This is a hidden gem in "Da U.P." Absolutely love this course, a tru testament of Northern Michigan Disc Golf. Very rarely is it crowded. Good mix of tight shots & bombers, only con I can give this place is play it early in the year, Ticks & Poison Ivy are common here. Oh maybe cement tee pads if your spoiled like that, me I like the Northern Michigan feel of natural tee pads. Now get out and throw!!
-  +2 votes  + Jammer Gross › April 6, 2012
A-
-  +2 votes  + Mathias Miller › August 27, 2012
B
PROS: Course is mapped out very well, score cards are provided at the beginning. Very clean fairways and baskets are in great shape. Holes 7 and 8 call for a pretty much straight vertical drive and a hard climb to the top of a toboggan hill. This leads to hole number 9 which is one of the coolest holes ive ever played. a 600' bomb off of the very top of the hill to a clearing on the bottom. I walked back up the hill just to throw it again. Course called for many different types of shots which i ...
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-  +2 votes  + Dan Hultin › October 14, 2012
B+
Pros: This is probably the hardest course I have played. I have since played Leviathon and this course challenges Leviathon on how hard it is even though it is much much shorter. Almost every shot is through a very skinny line flat or uphill with hard hyzer or anhyzers at the end of the shot and a couple downhill bombers. The holes are not extremely long but are very technical. If you miss your line you will end up in some thick ruff where you will have to throw out. The ruff isnt so bad that I ...
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-  +2 votes  + Chris D › November 6, 2012
A+
-  +2 votes  + Matt Elgersma - Team Frisci Disc › June 18, 2013
A-
great course, only improvement would be better pads and making a better path for hole 5/6
-  +2 votes  + Eric Grinwis › July 24, 2013
A
-  +1 votes  + Will Vance › October 8, 2010
B+
-  +1 votes  + Shane Wyatt › July 13, 2011
B+
Cool course. Some of the shorter holes are surprisingly difficult, although it seemed most the course was under 250. Placement shots are required. Tight but doable fairways, with a spread of 24 holes this course has many deuce opportunities. Only one or two bombers. Fun to play and the course is beautiful.
-  +1 votes  + Jon Tucker › August 21, 2012
B+
-  +1 votes  + Jamie Vincent › May 18, 2013
A-
This is now one of my all time favorite courses.. I have played lots of courses all throughout michigan and this one is definetly a world class course. If cement pads were added and some cleanup this course could be one of akind. A sweet rock quary and some awesome views of lake michigan..tons of wildlife and amazing views.. the downfalls are that if you go to this course later in the summer the grass will be long and it will be overgrown I'm sure.. I was lucky and played this course at the perfect time..I highly recomend this course to everyone.
-  +1 votes  + DETROIT J › July 23, 2013
A-
Played in late July and it was beautiful ! Ski slope in the winter , I really enjoyed this course , great use of shorter distance holes . Some mosquitos but , dont let that stop you from playing this one.
-  +0 votes  + MEAT BABY › September 27, 2010
B
-  +0 votes  + Cal Benke- Team Tilley's › November 9, 2010
B-
A little too much up and down. Lots of room for more baskets. Needs cement tee pads.
-  +0 votes  + Robert Wagner › May 30, 2012
B+
Scenery outstanding course was a riot, details to follow soon. This os a late entry from last year.
-  +0 votes  + Alex Villanueva › July 14, 2012
B+
Directions suck trying to get to it when your not a local
-  +0 votes  + Glen Zimmerman › July 20, 2012
C
Decent hole layout and maintenance. Tight lanes that reward accuracy. Good mix of long and shorter holes. Almost complete hole signs and direction signs which are really well made. Definitely needs pads; which I suggest cement. Needs a road sign after the turn on cheeseman on the left side.
-  +0 votes  + Angel Gilbert › August 27, 2012
B
played in 2005 it was only 18 holes then
-  +0 votes  + Rob "Zilla" Wiltjer › September 23, 2013
A
-  +0 votes  + Jeremy Moran › January 8, 2014
A
My favorite course! Up and down a ski hill 3 times if you play all 24 holes. Mix of elevations spread throughout wide open bombers and technical corridors on an easily navigable layout. Tee-pads are natural and can be rutted. Gotta make time to play this course if you're anywhere near the Bridge!
-  +0 votes  + Corey Kieft › May 28, 2014
B
-  +0 votes  + Brian O › August 18, 2014
A-
This course features some of the best signage directing players between holes that I've ever seen. It is well-maintained and the holes are very well laid out. Accuracy is rewarded and mistakes are punished - severely! My primary dislike was some of the tee pads. I don't need concrete pads but a few are angled so heavily they seriously inhibit drives. Something close to level would work in all cases. This is a very good course on the verge of greatness.
-  +0 votes  + Derek Kresge › September 27, 2014
B+
-  +0 votes  + Jeff Schettner › September 27, 2014
A-
-  -1 votes  + Nick Rockey › August 2, 2013
C
Ok I guess, most holes were narrow long tunnels, high risk of disc loss everywhere with deep rough, risk-v-reward just wasn't there. Seems like they missed the boat on taking advantage of the terrain. Very playable with neat signs, easy to navigate and nice to play if you are around, but I wouldn't plan a trip just to play.