George Bodiroga

Washington, USA Lefty - Backhand and forehand

George's reviews

Bryant Lake Park › July 25, 2014
A
Shelton Springs DGC › April 22, 2014
A-
Sunset Park › February 8, 2013
B
Not a championship level course but not a bad layout for a multi-use park. Mostly wide open but the mandos help make up for the lack of trees. Friendly locals to show the way, but even they don't seem to know the layout as a number of holes are missing. Consistent signage would help. I would definitely play again when in Vegas.
El Dorado Park › September 11, 2012
B
Charlie Vettiner Park › August 30, 2012
A
Another great course for this area. Easy flow and well maintained. You need to make shots to score well, and the birdies are there if you do.
Paradise Point State Park › August 5, 2012
C+
Beachfront Park › July 13, 2012
C-
Flat, windy, and hard to follow layout. They are trying, but sometimes there is only so much to work with.
Buffalo Ridge Park › March 5, 2012
B-
Desert course is kind of boring. Every hole is pretty much the same. Not a whole lot you can do about it though.
Fort Walla Walla › October 10, 2011
B+
North Bonneville DGC › September 10, 2011
B+
Pros: The holes are interesting with most having protected baskets. The park is clean and well maintained. The wind adds to the difficulty. The course was not crowded. Nice views.
Cons: Layout requires a map if you don't know your way around.
La Mirada Regional Park › February 2, 2012
A
Really well maintained with lots of variation in elevation.
Columbia Park › January 1, 2011
C+
This would be rated a lot higher if there were signs. It is impossible to figure out the back nine without a guide. Good mix of hole types.
Two Rivers Park › January 1, 2011
B+
Very well kept park. The water keeps it interesting on a few holes.
Vista Del Camino Park › November 12, 2010
B+
Like the Fountain Hills course there are a lot of long open tee shots with protected baskets. Water comes into play on 5-6 holes. Nice short spongy grass keeps skips to a minimum. Too much walking backwards to get to the next tee. A little boring because of the lack of technical holes.
Fountain Hills Park › November 24, 2010
A
Big lake in the middle with the course going all the way around the lake. Most tee shots are wide open, but most baskets are guarded by 1 or more trees. The baskets were placed very closed to OB/water. Lots of foot traffic, but they didn't seem to mind the flying discs. No brush or tall grass, very well groomed. The only way to lose a disc would be to throw it in the water.
Glenwood Community Church › May 30, 2011
B+
I would give it an A- if it were more than 9 holes. Nice mix of long/short, uphill/downhill and open/treed holes. A big thanks to Glenwood Church for letting this be open to the public.
Horning's HideoutCanyon Course › October 13, 2010
B+
Very technical at times to the point of overdoing it.
Horning's HideoutThe Highlands › October 13, 2010
B-
Good course for beginners. A lot of holes are really short with no obstacles.
Pier Park › October 2, 2010
A
Rockwood Central Park › October 8, 2010
C-
Can get very crowded with non golfers.
WSU-Vancouver › September 25, 2010
D+
Just straight open shots. Nothing interesting about it.
Milo McIver State ParkRiverbend DGC › February 18, 2014
A+
Leverich Park › September 24, 2010
B+
A lot of configurations keep it interesting.
Orchard Park › September 28, 2010
B-
Short, but has some fun holes. Good place to practice with your mid ranges off the tee.
McMenamins Grand Lodge › September 24, 2010
C+