Robert Wagner

Michigan, USA Righty - backhand

Robert's reviews

NorthRidge Church › September 25, 2013
B-
Now an 18 basket course. A few longer holes to air it out, many short holes with ace chances. Tee pads are natural and not eroded. Buuuuut, the metal tee pad signs are touching the front right corner of every pad, just waiting to slice you open. Ample signage sans a couple long walks between holes that were not marked, but we could see signs in the distance and figured it out. Grass well maintained and lots of parking. No one else on the course, had it to our selves. Once the trees grow up on ...
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Merrill Park WestThe Gulch › September 3, 2013
B+
Just love this course and it is not even broke in yet! Every shot in your bag will be needed. Awesome variety of up and down hill rights and lefts. Tight tunnels, closed ceilings, mando, ace chances etc. Something for every type of thrower. Signage is better than average, nice touch with the elevation note on the posts. Clean tee pads as well. Peak holiday afternoon, yet it was not that busy, we played through one large group, and were never pushed, nor did we catch any other people. Trash can ...
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Purdue North Central › August 30, 2013
B+
Played here with Bruce and Mark on 8/28/2013. Seen only one other player, and he was just headed to the course as we completed our round of 18. Grass is manicured very well including trimming around obstacles, trees and shrubs. Very well maintained. Erosion control mats placed under all baskets is an awesome touch, and easier on the disc than dirt, rocks and gravel. Tee pads are 5 x 12. Signage on every hole. Signage includes color maps of every hole, depicting tee, basket and obstacles like ea ...
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Hanson Hills Recreation AreaGrayling Rotary DGC › June 21, 2013
A
Worth the drive for sure. Pushed a disc gold cart through the entire course, and it was friendly for such, as some courses are not. This allowed us to stock up on water for the long haul. Hard to find much elevation in S.E. MI where I hail from, so the hills were a welcomed characteristic. On a weekend, we only seen two other groups on the main course all day, and weather was perfect. Longer tee pads would be helpful, but a little adversity goes a long ways, deal with it skippies. Can im ...
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Goldenrod Disc Golf Course › October 7, 2012
B-
Cement tee pads and signage would elevate course to B+. Lack of D then prevents course from achieving A status. Well defined course, separated from non disc areas is awesome. Loved the signage all along highways to park helping with my first time trip there. Very little little, great technical skills required. Looking very forward to next round here.
Lawrence Tech › October 2, 2012
C-
Some holes too short. No tee pads and lack of signage for next hole make navigation tough. 2 tees had soccer matches somewhat inhibiting the throw from the tee. Lots of potential with some love and care. Roadway was about 50' from the fairway on holes 4 and 5. The 50' pitch shot down the stairwell comprising hole one was disappointing for the first hole. Would almost feel guilty registering an ace on it. Very pleased to see the University showing. interest in the sport, and supporting it wit ...
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Bandemer Park › August 27, 2012
B+
Rolling Hills County Park › August 27, 2012
A
Beverly Park › August 21, 2012
B-
Outstanding trail and sign system to help one navigate the course. Variety of wide open, elevated and wooded tees. Most jples prrsent birdie opportunities or ace chances. would play again if in the area.
Starr-Jaycee Park › August 21, 2012
B-
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.
Perkerson Park › August 11, 2012
C+
Flatrock Park › September 13, 2013
A
Should have gotten to this sooner. My favorite Georgia course by far. The tall Georgia pines that the course traverses mixed with some red dirt, honey suckle and rock formations, reminds me just how much I miss living here. Although the heat ensures I never will again, like the snow too much. Every time I visit I do plan on playing rounds here. Left and right dog legs, short and long holes, up hill, down hill. Designated area of the park just for disk golf, sans a few bikers and walkers. Flows v ...
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Ogemaw Hills Recreation Complex › August 8, 2012
A
Hard to believe this nice cpurse has only been here less than a year or so. I will be back.
Lumberjack Meadows DGC › August 8, 2012
B+
Eagle Country › August 8, 2012
B-
Log Lake Park › July 20, 2012
B
Boyne Mountain › July 19, 2012
B+
Challenging course. Need adsitional trash cans. Super friendly lodge staff and course transport valet was very froendly and helpful. Lodge only charged one five dollar fee for the two of us for transport to top of the mountain.
Mid 90s when I played temp wise made it physically demanding. Enjoyed the views from the mountain immensely. Would return to the course in a heartbeat.

Slight navigation issues butanageable. Many creative bling drivrs. Elevation amd hidden cliffs played mind games. Really enjoyed it.
Kiwanis ParkCrowle Hole › July 19, 2012
B+
Awesome deaign and use of land. Good mix of left and right turns as well as straight shots. Many birdie and ace opportunities, but the short holes require precision shots or else an easy bird can become an easy 4.
Love the elevation changes that are lacking on most of the States southern tier courses. Recycle bins for cans and bottles, trash receptacles as well. Abundant signage with satellite imagery for easy navigation. Hope to be back soon.
Lincoln Park › June 25, 2012
B
Eaton Rapids Fields › June 25, 2012
D-
Calvert Road Park › May 30, 2012
B
Always nice to play a vintage course. Well groomed aufficient signage and great location where one feels well separated from suburbia.
Silver Mountain › May 30, 2012
B+
Scenery outstanding course was a riot, details to follow soon. This os a late entry from last year.
Kensington MetroparkToboggan Course › May 29, 2012
A
90 Degree heat tested stmina to say the least. Given the traditional lack of elevation in the area, the tobbogan hills are a welcomed sight. Very well taken care off. Fairways were getting a new mow job and the operators were very courteous to allow golfers to play through. Only negative all day was the knucklehead using 18 as a pracrice basket, not moving away during our approach or putts. He represents the only blemish for tje day.
Stony Creek Metropark › May 25, 2012
A-