St. Francis Church

Shelbyville, Michigan     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + noah lantinga › July 21, 2014
B+
-  +0 votes  + Zoltan Kocsondy › July 14, 2014
B
-  +0 votes  + Rich Priebe › July 9, 2014
B+
-  +0 votes  + Brandon Schmuker › July 9, 2014
B+
Sweet course. Never too crowded. 2-3 alternate pin placements per hole make for a new challenge every time you visit.
-  +0 votes  + Eric Grinwis › May 29, 2014
B
-  +0 votes  + Brennan W › April 15, 2014
B
-  +0 votes  + Josh Arkwright › July 31, 2013
B
-  +0 votes  + Geoff Shaw › July 6, 2013
A-
course plays well, but most holes are lefty favor, a good thumb-er or flick comes in handy, back 9 is pretty wooded> bring putter and mid game
bring a spotter or play in group as almost all holes play blind, and some with very small landing zones surrounded completely by brush
-  +0 votes  + Will Boekeloo › June 22, 2013
A-
Very fun and underrated course. Isn't very long but the use of obstacles was great. Semi open at the beginning then works its way into some very tight woods, need to have accuracy and some distence to shoot well here. Overall a very good course
-  +0 votes  + doug smith › June 14, 2013
B
forever changing
-  -2 votes  + josh king › June 2, 2013
D+
i honestly dont know why people like this course even more so with all the great courses around that are likely closer too you or not a big differnce farther i dont know why youd shoot here... some of the holes are okay and some are just plain dumb and theres no hole here id get excited about shooting... save your dollar... shoot oshtemo or blue gill instead
-  +0 votes  + Nate Best › May 1, 2013
B+
-  +0 votes  + Erik Pierson › April 28, 2013
B+
The course was a work in progress, but now it is playing smooth, have 2 to 3 different pin locations for most holes, with a great back 9 through the woods. Please Donate so we can have signs for each hole!!
-  +0 votes  + Ben Goodrow › July 21, 2013
A-
This is overall a great course. The land is well used, and gives you a lot of variation. They have the ability to switch up basket locations on most holes, which makes the course even more exciting. It will have you switching between discs quiet often, but you will most likely land on a mid-range for the majority of placement shots. If you want to play a fairly technical course with beautiful scenery, this course is a great choice.
-  +1 votes  + Victor Wahl › April 23, 2013
B
It's not bad. Lots of tree holes, not many chances to open up and drive though. It's a good technical course.
-  +0 votes  + Dustin Humphrey › October 27, 2012
A-
I really like orangeville in the fall time. Alot of trash out on the course.
-  +0 votes  + Brad Gee › October 16, 2012
B+
This is a really fun course. I would give it an A- if it had some hills and better chains. But other than that, it has a little of everything and plays fairly for lefties and righties and forehand and backhand players and has opportunities for thumbers and tomahawks. A great place to play if it has recently rained due to the sandy ground. The addition of T-pads is great also.
-  +1 votes  + chad reneau › March 24, 2013
A-
dont cut no more it sweet as is
-  +0 votes  + Mike B › July 27, 2012
B-
It's a good course. Plenty of hyzer, Plenty of anhyzer Lots of sidearm shoots, If you can't sidearm hope you can put a good anhyzer on it Was told by someone the first nine are open......maybe. It'll depend on your defination of open. It is open but it's no brewer open. The back nine is tighter than the front nine. Most of my shoots, had a couple different options to throw. NEED BETTER SIGNS!!! Was able to figure out were to throw (sometimes had to walk out to figure it out ...
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-  +0 votes  + Jesse Fraim › July 15, 2012
B+
-  +0 votes  + Christopher Jones › July 15, 2012
B
My impression with this course is it's a work in progress. There are nice new cement tees for the first 12 holes and then nothing but dirt for a few and then the last two have some old concrete as well. It seems like they're improving it as funds become available. The front 9 or so have some young plants, tress and cacti that could really turn into some great obstacles once they mature. As you get towards the end of the course you enter a thickly wooded area that makes for a whole different type ...
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-  +0 votes  + Emily Wood › June 15, 2012
B
This course is a lot less populated which makes for a quite round of disc
-  +1 votes  + David Hedstrom › June 7, 2012
B
Pros
Very fun and challenging (back 9) course. Great mix and variety throughout. Brand new baskets catch great. Very nice piece of property.

Cons
Signs dont have distances or accurate hole descriptions. Tee pads are sand/dirt. Some back-tracking in the layout. Quite a few holes on the back 9 need some extra trimming/clearing.

If you are in the area you should play St. Francis. I wouldn't drive over ~30 minutes to come play here quite yet. After concrete is poured, the course is groomed more and signs are updated this course will be a must play.
-  +0 votes  + keane colby › May 24, 2012
A
I put an A cause I think it will be a great course once it gets tee pads and touch up. Besides that love it, it has a little bit of everything for everybody.
-  +0 votes  + Jimmy Jean › May 20, 2012
B
Tougher course but fun to play. Will be much better when it gets signs and tee pads.
-  +0 votes  + James Snyder › April 27, 2012
A
The course is better every time I go out. Some signage and cement pads would make this course an A+ course. (Best of luck on the up coming tournament) A few of the "woods" holes were moved to the longs and the challenge was much greater! Keep up the great work! :)
-  +0 votes  + Chase Wisch › April 11, 2012
C
-  +0 votes  + Nick Bosovich › April 27, 2012
A-
every time i come back here, i am more and more impressed. They keep making it better and harder with the 6 pins they moves into alternate positions. If this course had cement pads, it would be a straight A, also... if they wanted they could make it a 24 because i think they have more land there somewhere
-  +0 votes  + Chris D › June 5, 2012
B
Pads on the way!
-  -1 votes  + Connor Gortsema › January 17, 2012
A-
Now that all 18 baskets are in, this place is awesome. very technical in parts, only a few huk holes (wide open, rip it, watch it fly)
-  +2 votes  + Bob Knapp › June 1, 2013
A-
This course is only going to get better. The back 9 in the woods are awesome. Permanent baskets are up on all holes, tee pads are in, tee signs coming - this course now becomes a must play. Alternate pins on all holes.
-  -2 votes  + Wade TF › October 9, 2010
B+
great pin locations. back 9 has original lines and great obstacles. fun course. CART FRIENDLY course!! met up with a group and they had disc golf carts. rode for 14 holes. this course needs donations for baskets and concrete/flypads. come play and donate. dubs at noon on sundays. bring a basket if you have one.
-  -1 votes  + Steve Hedstrom › October 18, 2012
B
St Francis had a nice mix of open holes with obstructing trees and bushes as well as some fun woods holes that demand accuracy. Make sure to bring your bag of tricks! Cement pads and benches make this a complete course and a pleasure to play. Make the trip for sure.