+2 votes Don Covert › October 12, 2010
Short fun course that will make you throw a lot of approach and mid range shots. Nice because you can play two rounds in a couple hours with a couple friends. Requires nice control on most holes. Average players should throw above average here. Good locale, flows quickly, and really works your short discs. A few more holes that are as nice as 16 would easily give this a b+ or a-
+1 votes Curt McGill › March 10, 2014
New layout takes this course to a new level, not to mention the concrete pads. Still some easy birds but also several technical holes some with increased distance including 7 which is over 400' ...challenging course!
+1 votes Justin Rogers › June 24, 2012
this is an excellent course with mostly short holes. Excellent for beginners and pros alike. my personal favorite course.
+1 votes Mike Ball › May 18, 2012
+0 votes Francisco Espinoza › October 8, 2010
+0 votes Justin McCauley › October 18, 2010
If your left handed, you will destroy this course. Holes are kinda crammed together due to park layout. Nice course for a local, but I wouldn't drive out of my way for that round. I prefer to throw a two disc challenge there. My Buzzz and APX seem to get the job done pretty well.
+0 votes Patrick Franz › January 16, 2011
+0 votes Luke Fleischmann › February 18, 2011
+0 votes Andrew Giesken › February 28, 2011
+0 votes scott martinson › November 16, 2011
nice beginner course, laid out nicely
+0 votes Jon Andrews › May 5, 2011
Love this course, teepads are small. Course took 5 inexperienced high school students and I an hour and a half to play. Lots of fun. Hole 16 is a beast!
+0 votes Dan Flathau › May 25, 2011
+0 votes Andrew Oprea › June 14, 2011
+0 votes Becky Gilbert › July 19, 2011
All in he wood ! Yeah! Very nice benches!
+0 votes Paul Plambeck › July 20, 2011
+0 votes Josh Bickel › August 4, 2011
+0 votes Norman Avery › August 27, 2011
+0 votes Taylor Goik -Dirty Mitten Disc Golf- › October 7, 2011
+0 votes Jason Bowne › October 12, 2011
+0 votes Fred McGill › March 5, 2012
+0 votes Steve Schlicker › March 18, 2012
+0 votes Mathias Miller › May 8, 2012
+0 votes Jacob Marcek › May 11, 2012
Well marked, like the layout. Good mix of left- and right- dogleg shots, with a few straight shots mixed in. A few of the concrete tee boxes have settled and cracked, could twist an ankle if you're not careful. Also, tee boxes are pretty short. Liked the course overall though, and would play here a lot more if it wasn't so far away from where I live.
+0 votes brian simmons › June 21, 2012
+0 votes Horatio Babcock › August 7, 2012
+0 votes kirk conrad › October 9, 2012
+0 votes Matt Homan › January 10, 2013
+0 votes Matt blair › July 29, 2013
too easy but fun then again all disc golfing is is fun
+0 votes michael york › August 3, 2013
+0 votes Michael Daly › August 5, 2013
Fun Course. A good work out for anyone's mid game.
Too short for powerful drives.
Too short for powerful drives.
+0 votes Ben Stephens › August 14, 2013
+0 votes Logan Glowacki › August 23, 2013
+0 votes Jordan Walters › November 27, 2013
course has changed after they put the new teepads in like the course alot more now
+0 votes Joel Weishuhn › October 3, 2013
+0 votes Aric Timm › November 7, 2013
Nice course if you're trying to work on your sidearm or backhand anhyzer. Fairly short holes when compared to other local courses but still pretty challenging with narrow fairways. Good layout and I can get a round done in under an hour here.
+0 votes Mishi Mishi › December 23, 2013
Like the changes they are making! Putting in new tie pads! A huge plus! Thanks for the discs Kurt!
+0 votes james-JOSH- russell › December 3, 2013
WOW! What a change. The days of shooting a -10 for mere mortals (like me) are over. The changes to the pines are superb. I must confess that the old design will always hold a special place in my heart, but the new design is awesome. I went from a - 4 avg. to a +4 avg. on the new design. New, larger, cement tee pads, (the old ones were short and asphalt, hole 7 went from the easiest, (an almost automatic 2) to an almost automatic 4, or more, creek water hazard on several holes, unsurpassed flow a ...
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WOW! What a change. The days of shooting a -10 for mere mortals (like me) are over. The changes to the pines are superb. I must confess that the old design will always hold a special place in my heart, but the new design is awesome. I went from a - 4 avg. to a +4 avg. on the new design. New, larger, cement tee pads, (the old ones were short and asphalt, hole 7 went from the easiest, (an almost automatic 2) to an almost automatic 4, or more, creek water hazard on several holes, unsurpassed flow and continuity,(except the short walk from 4 to 5 and back from 17 to 18 ) and a remaining huge fun factor. Short, long, straight, left to right, right to left, sharp hyzers, sharp anhyzers , The pines has everything one would want except a true wide open let er go hole for the mega arms. Amazing what moving the teebox back 30 or 40 feet and over a little can do to a hole. The pines has went from a very fun short and technical course, to a very fun technical course that should appeal to all. I likes it a lot. Good job guys.
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+0 votes Ben W › April 4, 2014
+0 votes Oscar Gutierrez › August 14, 2014
Fun course, nice change of pace from other courses in the area
+0 votes Greg Sullivan › October 25, 2014
-1 votes Joal Kozma › June 30, 2011
Pitch and putt through the woods
-1 votes john jeff carter › May 2, 2012
-1 votes john carter › May 17, 2012
Dnt know the date I played this course
-1 votes Jeremy Richards › May 24, 2012
Pretty simple but worth my 30 minute drive.
-1 votes Jeffrey Sutherland › June 30, 2012
Needs better direction. THis course could be great with a little attention.
-1 votes cody velasco › July 2, 2012
-1 votes Kevin Zimmerman › July 3, 2012
-1 votes Glen Zimmerman › July 3, 2012
-1 votes Moe Dixon › September 2, 2012
Really nice course and they did a good job with the land they have I just feel it gets boring half way through
-1 votes peter mcinnis › May 1, 2013
-3 votes Joshua Seaver › December 20, 2011