+0 votes William Deegan › August 15, 2011
Nice to have a course close to me but ill only be playing this one when gas tops ten bucks a gallon.
+0 votes Jimmy 2 Shoes › March 13, 2012
Tons of open space, not a ton of obstacles but a nice course to try if you haven't yet. SOMETIMES THE GRASS CAN GROW VERY HIGH IN THE MIDDLE SO IF YOU DON'T HAVE A HUGE ARM BRING BRIGHT COLORED DISCS CUZ YOU WILL BE SPENDING A LOT OF TIME LOOKING FOR DISCS!!! That's usually not a problem but sometimes it can get very frustrating.
+0 votes Antonio Loya › May 5, 2012
+0 votes Matt Wardell › July 20, 2012
Had a great time. Loved the use of the uphill sides. Definitely nice to have a backhand and a forehand shot here. Bring water, and a camera for the birds.
+0 votes Brian Goodmurphy › November 25, 2013
+0 votes Daniel E › November 16, 2012
Nice wide open course to let it rip. Since I am just learning this sport it is nice to have the wide open space with few hazards to worry about.
+0 votes Tim B › August 27, 2013
Great ripper course. The course is build in a valley so there are several holes to throw across the ravine from one side to the other. It is a fun course to just let the discs rip. It's a great feeling to use full power. Overall, the holes do seem redundant with very few obstacles or challenges.
+0 votes Jake D. › August 28, 2014
Don't let the pictures fool you, it doesn't look this way, ever. Muddy, swampy, tall grass, trash Everywhere EVEN IN BASKETS. From start to finish it smells putrid because it's a drainage ditch! Nasty diarrhea stream runs thru the entire course. Will never return especially because the drive isn't worth it potentially being closed due to waist deep filth. Advise others to avoid this unsanitary dump for safety reasons.