+0 votes chris smith › April 22, 2013
The course has changed a bit since last month. It's a little easier now. It's still a good course for practicing with your mid-range and putters. You may lose a disc here due to all the trees and stuff, but that part just helps your game play improve even more. Overall this is my favorite course.
+0 votes Tom Denton › December 18, 2012
Played this course on a weekend trip for golf around Cincy back in the early 90s. The baskets on hillsides, surrounded by asphalt pads, forced me to "go for" the putts. Got my best score of the weekend with a -4. The view of the Ohio River was a nice bonus!
+1 votes Matt Smith › May 5, 2012
$3.00 to play. Short and mostly open holes. Lots of traffic. Fun if close, but not worth a long trip. The scenery across the street is beautiful. Nice park facilities.
+0 votes smthgfshy -AK › April 21, 2012
This was the first course I played...waaaay back in '85. It was awesome....as a 10 year old!! It was awesome even until high school. Now, as a more mature player, it is a course for your putter, maybe a midrange, teaching someone about disc golf, or maybe even a date. Every hole is an ace run, it tests accuracy, and favors smooth consistent releases. A classic course...one of the firsts!!
+0 votes Greg McAtee › October 17, 2011
+0 votes Taylor Goik -Dirty Mitten Disc Golf- › October 7, 2011
+0 votes Colin Hurley › September 5, 2011
OK this was the first course I ever played as a kid, so I can't give it less than a B- for nostalgic reasons even though I would give it a C- if I played it as a pro coming here for the first time. It is essentially a putter course (maybe midrange if you can't get a putter 250ft.) It is crowded with families and rec players most of the time. The tee pads are asphalt and somewhat slippery, but it has many good technical shots that will improve your game.