+0 votes Kevin N. › April 26, 2015
+0 votes Justin Clemons › April 26, 2015
+0 votes Kris Vezino › March 23, 2015
+0 votes Forrest Omland › March 22, 2015
Very nice course. I'm not a fan of the short pads but everything else was pretty decent. The course really seemed well thought out and I liked the basket placements a lot. Could use more trash containers. High winds made for tricky play my first time here. Looking forward to playing here again someday.
+0 votes Dan Jenkins › March 17, 2015
+0 votes Greg Beavers › January 11, 2015
+0 votes Ryan Hart › October 27, 2014
Fun course, love how it plays around the lake. Beautiful setting in a nice state park. Loved the last hole and the view it gives. Had a good time here.
+0 votes Jake Angelos › October 6, 2014
-1 votes Nick O › July 29, 2014
It's a nice course, but it could be maintained better. Every round I've ever shot here has ended up with at least one lost disc. Now I remember why I only show up here once a year.
+0 votes Dennis Dutcher › July 20, 2014
+0 votes Max Saxton › July 10, 2014
+1 votes Daryl Davis › May 30, 2014
other than short ass pads great course
+0 votes Christina Upton › April 4, 2014
The course keeps improving as many times I played it:)
+0 votes Chris Arnett › January 11, 2014
Awesome course, love playing here.
+0 votes Dale Noel › November 21, 2013
+0 votes Jordan Walters › October 27, 2013
+0 votes Mike Wolters › August 11, 2013
Sweet course other than the extremely small tee pads
+0 votes Kevin Reddy › July 4, 2013
Very nice course with a variety of challenges, and a good layout with good flow. Will play here again for sure.
+0 votes Steve Oberg › June 23, 2013
+0 votes morgan ettinger › June 17, 2013
+0 votes Klasiena K › June 10, 2013
+0 votes justin borton › May 16, 2013
+0 votes Ben Dadd › May 15, 2013
Love the course, especially since some trimming has been done.
+0 votes Chris Shaw › April 24, 2013
Pretty challenging course with nice forearm drives makes this a really fun course.
+0 votes Dakota Ridsdale › April 21, 2013
Great course, pads are a little short, mostly forehand or lefty. Trees drive you nuts but makes it fun and a challenge. A top course.
+0 votes Mark Nosek › April 1, 2013
-1 votes Ross M › March 22, 2013
-1 votes Tyler Gilbert › March 9, 2013
-1 votes james-JOSH- russell › November 15, 2012
I did not get the wow factor that I thought I would get after reading the reviews. The couse is very nice and has a great flow to it. Its mostly a bit long for the new or intermediate arms like mine. I loved 9 unlike many others and did get the wow from it, and 17 with a right sloping turn with an extreme left sloping fairway the whole way was awsome as well. b- is above avg. but being long, many holes basically out in the field, and lack of wow factor made for a slightly dissapoiting trip for me. All in all nice though.
+0 votes Angel Gilbert › October 8, 2012
first time playing this course after walking it in 2010 with my mother when she played disc girls gone wild i really liked it a lot. very open not a super long course. needs some more trash cans and benches here and there. only came across three trash cans and one bench. but still i really like this course very peaceful when there is no one around.
+1 votes Abby Calhoun › September 4, 2012
Love the course, just enough challenge and yet just enough holes to make you feel good about yourself. Well maintained and camping is only $19 a night, right on a lake too!
+1 votes Justin Hooper › August 6, 2012
+1 votes Blake Ingalls › July 29, 2012
+1 votes Dan Hultin › March 24, 2013
This was my second time playing the course. The rough is very rough and if you miss the fairway the rough will cause a longer search. I lost my first drive but I also found a disc on hole 1 so ill take a missing yellow/green destroyer over a found tyedye Orc. The tee pads are about 1 ½ steps long which is about 1½ steps too little. There is a downed tree right in the middle of hole 5 which makes it extremely difficult and needs to be taken care of. Most of the bomber holes seem to be anhyz ...
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This was my second time playing the course. The rough is very rough and if you miss the fairway the rough will cause a longer search. I lost my first drive but I also found a disc on hole 1 so ill take a missing yellow/green destroyer over a found tyedye Orc. The tee pads are about 1 ½ steps long which is about 1½ steps too little. There is a downed tree right in the middle of hole 5 which makes it extremely difficult and needs to be taken care of. Most of the bomber holes seem to be anhyzer which means time to break out those understable discs. The course would be a lot better if they just cleared some under brush on a few holes and made the pads 6 feet longer.
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+0 votes Marquita Bernard › July 5, 2012
+1 votes Luke Holtzapple › June 27, 2012
Appears to be maintained by a group that refers to themselves at "The Friends." My best guess is some sort of extremist Hippy faction. This course is definitly as Flannigan as a course can get. Heres to you Flanzo!
+1 votes Matthew Augenstein › June 24, 2012
+2 votes Kyle Greiner › July 12, 2012
Good course layout with good variety and no glaring flaws. Could be maintained more frequently, but solid other than that. It is generally a good idea to skip hole nine as the basket is on a peninsula.
+2 votes William Gilbert › June 19, 2012
+1 votes Jose Bobillo III › June 12, 2012
+1 votes Steven King › June 12, 2012
Overall i like the course but there are a lot of open holes in the sun.
+1 votes Michael Flood › June 11, 2012
+1 votes Scott Van de Vyver › June 11, 2012
I really liked this course. It's a bit of a drive from Lansing, but it was nice to play something different. The pads are super short, which is kind of a pain if you're trying to run up to a longer pin. There are some nice elevation changes. The course is technical with a couple open holes at the beginning and end. Some long. Some short. It's a nice variety. I definitely recommend checking it out.
+1 votes Luke Langkamp › June 4, 2012
+1 votes Mike Spagneto › July 25, 2012
+1 votes Cyndi Allen › May 15, 2012
Did not like small pads but the course is beautiful
+1 votes gillian van stratt › April 29, 2012
+0 votes Duncan Spitz › April 19, 2012
+1 votes Brett Russell › April 15, 2012
Needs longer pads, 6' of cement just isn't enough. To make matters worse larger stones were put right behind them
+1 votes Jon Peters › April 13, 2012
+1 votes Derek Kresge › October 27, 2014
+0 votes Chris S › March 20, 2012
I LOVE this course and play it regularly. Great layout and mix of shots. Some open, some wooded, some perfect for backhand, some perfect for sidearm, and some even great for overhand. Great use of elevation. Never seen it crowded. Could use a few arrows to direct newbies between some of the baskets and tees. Hole 9 is the signature, playing up onto a narrow peninsula, and has claimed more than its fair share of discs. They recently added more garbage bins.
+1 votes ken "sega salt" moote › March 18, 2012
+1 votes dan carrigan › March 16, 2012
+1 votes Nate Upton › July 11, 2014
Nice course, wide open but a lefty/forehand course for sure. Hosts the Disc Girls Gone Wild tournament every year, one of the best tournaments ever.
+0 votes Philip lyon › March 15, 2012
+2 votes Larry Dalimonte › March 14, 2012
Great location, beautiful scenery, no crowds, good mix of open and technical holes, love it except for hole 9 :D Tee pads could be lengthened and could use a few more benches and trash cans. Oh and bring your wind discs because it tends to get really gusty on the open holes by the lake.
+0 votes David Low › March 12, 2012
+0 votes Zachary Vaughn › March 5, 2012
+1 votes Justin Rogers › June 18, 2012
This is probably the best course I've ever been to. Most all holes are big and open with lots of room to throw. Also all holes except maybe 2 or 3 are over 300 ft long. Several water hazards and very thick woods all around you so your gonna want to bring your A game and some discs you don't care about cause losing a disc is almost a garuntee here. Hole 9 is a very tough holeand goes way uphill sort of to the left then goes steep downhill sharp left onto a sort of peninsula about 75ft long but on ...
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This is probably the best course I've ever been to. Most all holes are big and open with lots of room to throw. Also all holes except maybe 2 or 3 are over 300 ft long. Several water hazards and very thick woods all around you so your gonna want to bring your A game and some discs you don't care about cause losing a disc is almost a garuntee here. Hole 9 is a very tough holeand goes way uphill sort of to the left then goes steep downhill sharp left onto a sort of peninsula about 75ft long but only about 8 to 10 ft wide surrounded by very deep water on both sides...you must be careful here or you will lose your disc...better to just throw to the basket low than go for a putt and miss and lose your disc. All in all my favorite course and is a leftys dream course considering most holes go to the right. Lastly this courses only downside are the small tee pads.
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+0 votes Jay Wise › February 20, 2012
Only complaint is the short tee pads, other than that a leftys dream + some beautiful scenary to boot.
+7 votes Harold Fernando › February 7, 2012
Love this course! Almost perfect just need longer pads! Don't think they're even regulation length. Variety of shots, some elevation changes. A side armer's dream! Hole 9 is one of my favorites at this course, it's kinda tricky.......
+0 votes James Ludwick › February 7, 2012
+0 votes Brent Beard › January 26, 2012
Very good, very clean course. Nice balance of left/right, short/long holes. Playing in the winter is nice because the rough can be REALLY rough in the summer, and the water hazards are slightly less hazardous with 4" of ice on top.
+0 votes Christopher Kirby › January 9, 2012
+0 votes Derrick Dunville › November 13, 2011
+0 votes Sancho Valdez › October 31, 2011
I rated it a A- because its a lefty course and I am a righty! ;(
-7 votes john jeff carter › October 31, 2011
+0 votes Sean Anders › October 24, 2011
Amazing course, there is pretty much something for everyone. From open, big arm cannon holes to tight and technical holes, flat, smooth shots to rolling hills. Playing this course will make you a better player. The only real complaints I have are that there's a lot of locations for casual water which can start to stink and that being near water, you deal with some heavier winds than you might at other courses.
+0 votes Dave Milewski › October 24, 2011
+0 votes Sean Kecskes › October 16, 2011
This course is very well groomed, has good lengths and a nice variety of shots. The day I came here was during a wind storm so a couple discs were lost in the tall grass, but that's all part of the game. Hole nine is a VERY SCARY (in a good way) fairway and possibly the most unique I've seen.
+0 votes Josh Bickel › October 9, 2011
+2 votes Jeremy Reisig › October 9, 2011
Amazing course. The hole diversity makes you have precision drives along with flex shots. Great mixture of wooded and open holes. Only slight downsides are the thick brush, awkward tee angles, and the stupid ponds on hole 9. Aside, this course is always a great challenge.
+2 votes Andy Engilsh › September 19, 2011
it would be nice if the grass wasn't crazy tall on the longer holes
+0 votes Jeff McGuire › September 6, 2011
+0 votes patricio gonzalez III › August 24, 2011
this course is worth visiting,camping is good.site 28 and 29 are the sites right by the trail that leads to the disc golf course.a good mix of holes,some water.tee pads are a little short but at least they are concrete.hopefully the state park system will follow sleepy hollows and newaygos lead here.lots of good things,camping and discing,good weekend course,peace.
+0 votes Taylor Goik -Dirty Mitten Disc Golf- › October 7, 2011
-1 votes K T › June 27, 2011
Course good, camping good, beach good, tee pads bad. But rumor was that they were free, so cheers. When is the next tourney here????
+0 votes steven avery › May 31, 2011
+2 votes Wayne Rolison › May 25, 2011
Great course in general but I must agree with the others. The pads are a bit small.
+0 votes Kyle Williams › May 25, 2011
+0 votes Joal Kozma › May 19, 2011
Well ill start with the fact that the course was completely muddy and soaked. However it is a nice shorter style course with some unique holes. 5353 feet in course distance. Fair mix of open and wooded holes. hole 9 is the signature hole. 391 feet downhill to basket location that looks like a peninsula with water about 10 feet on either side of the basket. Definitley like the course and would put it on a must play list. not many other courses nearby.
+0 votes Lauren Curtis › April 25, 2011
+0 votes Anthony Borgia › April 5, 2011
Nice mix of terrain, wooded holes or open drives. Usually very quiet and nicely kept.
+0 votes Scott McCausey › March 25, 2012
+1 votes Dave Kippen › March 26, 2011
+1 votes RJ Batzer › March 20, 2011
+0 votes Hits Trees › March 19, 2011
+2 votes Ryan Anderson › March 19, 2011
+1 votes Mike Stump - OldStump › March 18, 2011
still quite muddy.... #9 is my nemesis hole...
+1 votes Mark Boring › March 18, 2011
+1 votes Fred McGill › March 16, 2011
+1 votes Keith Aten › March 13, 2011
+0 votes Craig Downing › March 13, 2011
+3 votes Eirik Kauserud › March 7, 2011
Great course. Tee's a re a little funny on a couple of holes. Very fun course.
+2 votes Wade TF › March 2, 2011
I like this course because it has every shot and there are some birdie holes and most par holes require a high level of skill to get. Good baskets and and concrete tees. In a state park it almost always has a private course feel because of little traffic. I believe there is a league here during the summer and there are tournaments here throughout the year. Really a great place to put a course. Right off a beach and out in BFE. Course could use some benches and trash receptacles around the teeing areas.
+1 votes Jason Karle › October 31, 2010
great course but the tee pads are a bit small!
+3 votes Matt Dimick › October 30, 2010
would be higher if the pads were better