+2 votes A Bee › September 26, 2010
About as good as it gets for a city course...
+0 votes David Tomlinson › September 30, 2010
+0 votes Louis Caponi WPD › October 2, 2010
+1 votes SKEET DIESEL › October 3, 2010
-8 votes eric doolittle › October 31, 2010
not a fan of this course, wagner park is just down the road, much better exec style course
+5 votes Ska Bob › October 31, 2010
Much more challenging course than Wagner. Well worth the extra 20 seconds of driving to come around the corner to Starr. Sure, the 10 foot hill isn't there, but neither are the 9 million bum doubles 10 player cards and all the trash. The course itself is decent. A good mix of short and long holes of varying difficulties, with some interesting local routes. A good course to play safari on, too.
+0 votes James pokornicki › January 18, 2011
hard to throw from cracked rubber pads. good course other than that
+0 votes michael kress › January 21, 2011
not a bad park to play...tee-pads are warped worn and many are hole ridden.many baskets are bent and loose..could use some tlc
+1 votes My back is killing me › March 19, 2011
+1 votes Ken Mango › March 19, 2011
+0 votes Brendan N › April 30, 2011
Nice course to start the year. Basic, flat....lots of trees to work on moving the disc around. Very wet, should dry up by late May
-1 votes Ed Carpus › July 5, 2012
+0 votes Scottie Reslock › June 12, 2011
-1 votes Adam Mitchell › June 22, 2011
+0 votes Chris Jacob › June 30, 2011
+1 votes Nick O › July 9, 2011
kind of a crowded park, but i'll definitely hit the place every time i'm in royal oak. less than a mile away from Wagner, I'd consider this a better-Wagner with a much better surrounding area.
-1 votes Greg Mitchell › September 1, 2011
Not bad for a local course. Not very taxing. You can make it through the round only using back hand shots. No elevation changes but what can you expect from a city park. Definitely a good course to get in a warm up round on.
-1 votes Greg Silos › September 26, 2011
-1 votes Taylor Goik -Dirty Mitten Disc Golf- › October 7, 2011
-1 votes Brian Kunnert › June 25, 2012
Concrete pads added, bumps up course score
+0 votes Anthony D'Agnillo › March 27, 2012
+1 votes Jason "The Essence" Sweeney › April 24, 2012
Like the new layout. Def gonna lower scores.
-1 votes Sean Phaneuf › May 7, 2012
Trees down, flooded, no drive pads. Messy.
+0 votes Jason Riberas › May 18, 2012
played on the new tee pads!!!!, which are way better compared to the old ones but the only thing is they are a little narrow, but it's a much better improvement to the old tee pads!!!!
+0 votes Nick Phlegar › May 25, 2012
Not bad at all for a city park but i could see it getting hectic when its busy
-1 votes jason kosenko › June 5, 2012
+0 votes Jeff Bauman › June 22, 2012
Starr is looking awesome.
-2 votes Keegan Rasmussen › June 25, 2012
pads are way too small, width and length.
-1 votes Vic Damone › August 19, 2012
Plenty of Trees!
+0 votes Rob Staszek › August 20, 2012
I really enjoyed this course. I consider it my home course since I live just down the road from it. It's very well laid out and keeps you pretty well hidden from other park patrons. Lots of trees to deal with that can get your frustrated at times. Overall, a great chance for some long drives and a good amount of leeway is available for those just starting out.
-1 votes Robert Wagner › August 21, 2012
Nice course. Friendly locals willing to help one navigate. Trees create majority of obstaclrs requiring specific flight paths (technical). Would play it again if in the atea.
+0 votes Rob Ortopan › August 25, 2012
-1 votes Mark W. Ritchey › September 28, 2012
-1 votes Joey stafford › September 29, 2012
-1 votes Jeff Blohm › October 12, 2012
I like the "new" longer tee boxes
+0 votes William "Bullet Bill" Pope › December 13, 2012
-1 votes Ben Stephens › August 14, 2013
-1 votes timothy bradley › April 9, 2013
+0 votes Jonny Pomerville › May 6, 2013
-1 votes Kevin Reddy › May 18, 2013
Good use of the space available for a decent disc golf course. Playing all holes while the course is busy might be a challenge with the shared baskets, but we had the course to ourselves this day.
-1 votes Mike Jones › June 30, 2013
Well, there are at least baskets with chains on them. Other than that, idk how you could call this a disc golf "park". Good luck finding a parking spot!
-1 votes Patrick M › August 15, 2013
-1 votes Steve Albert › September 18, 2013
I don't care for 18 hole 9 basket course but this was okay. There was nothing really great about this course. Its just crappy baskets and tee pads thrown onto a flat terrain grubby city park. Try and steer clear of the train tracks running through the course it will take chunks of your discs.
+0 votes steve sevonty › September 30, 2013
+0 votes Jeff L › May 7, 2014
+0 votes Raymond Pippin › May 11, 2014
-1 votes Rob Hensley › May 18, 2014
Course was pretty swampy after the rain.
+0 votes Ryan "Ryno" M › May 22, 2014
+0 votes Skyler stoker › June 3, 2014
I am grading this based on the given land. For what it is this is a well designed and fun course. I had never played a course that had only 9 baskets but 18 pads and was not sure what to expect. I was pleasantly surprised to find that it did not feel overly repetitive and each pad offered a different look. This is not a course that I would want to play everyday because it is not overly challenging but this would be a good spot to try out some new discs or play a really relaxed casual round.