+7 votes ROGUE RIDER › March 13, 2011
the improvments made to this course in the past few months make the course a a solid A. solid t-pads plenty of technical holes and the new layout is awesome. great job capitol city disc golf club volunteers!
+5 votes TOE "Tee Off Even Under Pressure" UP › October 7, 2010
man i have only played this course once and its something else and i shot a good game that day
+4 votes Thomas "T" D. › January 21, 2012
Fun course with a nice mix of shots. Pretty wet after constant rain but easy to play around water. Lots of trash cans are a PLUS!! Nicely maintained for winter.
+3 votes otto fuk a nik name syzemore › January 27, 2011
i love woods!!!!
+2 votes - scottishrob - › April 24, 2011
Very fun course. The combination of elevation change and thick vegetation through the middle of the course make it a great challenge. The lack of a full 18 holes is all this place is really lacking. But second tee boxes on every hole is the next best thing. Awesome course.
+1 votes WAYNE "big daddy" WALKER › May 3, 2011
Mud is slowly dissappearing and the greens are appearing.
+1 votes Justin "ugh massa" Stinson › March 22, 2011
as soon as the mud goes away this will be awesome. but with that also comes leaves. turns trees into catcher mitts. back much harder than front but did awesome with what they had to work with
+1 votes Gavin "Sonny" Raney › April 11, 2011
+1 votes Jeff Nichols › July 11, 2011
FUN Course! Elevation changes, LOTS OF TREES, some open holes, a bit of EVERYTHING. Had a blast playing here. Basket positions seem to change fairly often, so don't get comfortable. TERRIFIC, technical course though.
+1 votes Shane B › May 20, 2011
Starting to get thick out there. I like 2 in the alternate spot better. I lost an Orange Firebird on hole 2 under the trees on left side of fairway. Please keep an eye out.
+1 votes Fukin Frankie L › June 21, 2011
woods is like my home coarse as you can see i didnt do so hot that 9 hole game but i love to get out and play and practice up. woods is a great place to play but right now they really need to get out there and cut the grass baaad.
+1 votes Zachary Sisco › July 4, 2011
+1 votes Kevin Sweeley aka ONE LIVID MIND › October 22, 2012
Awesome little place. Did not have time to play all eighteen, but am looking forward to comming back soon to play the full round.
+0 votes Slick Willie › March 23, 2011
+0 votes The "BEAST" Of The Woods › October 21, 2011
This course was designed to introduce first time players to the game of disc golf in the most user friendly way possible with 9 baskets,18 tees, signage to guide you and proper facilities on site. A playground for kids, bathrooms, easy parking are considered when planing a course for your first time to be special. With that said you advanced players may find a negative score more challenging than other 9 hole courses. Solid A grade!
+0 votes Steven Egler › July 20, 2011
+0 votes Chuck Nichols › April 26, 2011
Don't have much to compare it to, but it sure is a lot of fun. The trees are sure a challange.
+0 votes Brian "NW Discs" Zettervall › January 5, 2012
very muddy and slippery. needs barkchips on paths badly.
+0 votes Thad Ballard › January 3, 2012
+0 votes Cameron "Alotta Wood" Ficker › February 27, 2012
This is a fun little course. It uses the small amount of land in a very effective way. It's kind of like the other wood(Rockwood) in that it's in a small heavily used urban park in the middle of a neighbourhood. It has more elevation then rockwood and a real stream running though it rather then asphalt paths. It has 9 baskets and 18 tee pads for an 18 hole layout. Really nice signage and tee pads. I played the front 9 by myself in 20 min the first time and had no problem finding my way around. This is a great course for keeping your short game sharp.
+0 votes Adam D. › April 1, 2012
Maintenance and clearing the trails a little more would definately help. Lines are tight with all the trees from hole 2-6. The bridge is a little sketch. Has potential, I will go back to improve.
+0 votes Buck Wise › April 15, 2012
+0 votes Carl Boje › June 20, 2012
I love this course, big ups to all the hard work put into the course... Not the biggest fan of alot of the alternative placements from the orginal teepads, or original placements from alt teepads... but it is challenging...
+0 votes Jason "mother putter" Garrett › August 6, 2012
+0 votes Erik Hayworth › August 21, 2012
+0 votes Sean C › September 1, 2012
Woodmansee is a fun course. There are a lot of tight windows to throw through. A few of the baskets are tucked in and guarded very well. The course has everything from elevations, Left and right shots, woods, and open fields. By having all this, I would have ranked the course a B+ but there is still a lot of clean up that need to be done with all the brush.
+0 votes Ian Clark-Williams › September 15, 2012
+0 votes Jacob "SMURF THROWER" Severson › November 21, 2012
This park is on a small amount of land but it uses it so well. Tee pads are awesome basket locations are perfect and it being in the middle of the city makes it awesome. I would have given it an A but due to the work that the "CHAIN GANG" puts in its amazing. Always clean and nice and if you see someone carrying out beer cans or bottles that have obviously been there for a while its safe to assume they are a member of the GANG.
+0 votes Reuben G › February 9, 2013
Lots of elevation changes and tightly wooded fairways gives a very technical feel, but starts and ends with wide open fairways. 18 concrete tees share 9 yellow DISCatcher baskets.
+0 votes Dru Stylez › February 24, 2013
I Have Never Played the Standard Layout Here... But The 18 Hole Tournament Layout is SWEET!
+0 votes Nick Noffsinger › March 18, 2013
+0 votes "TwItcH Evans › March 26, 2013
+0 votes michael cupps › April 5, 2013
love this place
+0 votes Michael S › May 12, 2013
-1 votes kErnAl "i'm a legend in my spare time" bUk3t › May 12, 2011
-1 votes Cain Stoneking › September 17, 2011
-1 votes Dog Bone › November 20, 2011
Some tight technical holes, but enough longer holes to let you rip a few drives with power as well. Midrange discs are your friend in the middle part of the course.
-1 votes Don Alexander › April 23, 2012
Nice technical short coarse.
-1 votes Quinn M › December 28, 2012
-1 votes Jonathan Long › February 9, 2013
-1 votes Boom Boomer › February 19, 2013
First time playing the layout!!! Interesting and fun. Thanks for the round guys.
-1 votes CARL "snap" CLEEM › February 23, 2013
-1 votes Mike Little Deezy Deal › February 24, 2013
-2 votes Erik "Easy E" Etherton › June 18, 2012
-2 votes Dax Osborne › September 28, 2012
This course is layed out swesome! I really enjoyed all the elevation changes! A lil hard to find your way around but overall this is a really fun course!