California, USA • Righty - Backhand and forehand
Coyote Creek @ Hellyer Park › January 21, 2014
Parque De La Raza › January 21, 2014
DeLaveaga Park › January 5, 2014
Prado Regional Park › January 5, 2014
Chavez Ridge at Elysian › September 20, 2013
Oak Grove (Hahamongna Park) › August 14, 2013
Toronto Island Park › September 9, 2012
Ann Morrison Park › Southeast › August 20, 2012
A big, mostly flat, mostly open, course running along the side of a very well maintained city park. Good use of the water and trees to make interesting holes. However, it can get quite crowded.
Eagle Island State Park › August 20, 2012
The summer 9 is fun and challenging. There are nice, fairly tight fairways with only one hole significantly under 300'. The rough was heavily overgrown and that combined with water hazards can seriously punish bad shots.
Bear Basin › August 20, 2012
A nice "guerilla" course set up in the national forest with rocks and branches marking tees, and large steel tanks balanced on posts as tone targets. It is fun to play and generally pretty easy to follow until you get to the two par 4 holes in the back 9. Otherwise, my only realy complaint is that I would have liked a few more holes 300'-400' in the mix.
Tamarack Resort › August 2, 2012
Nice wooded course winding up the mountain bike paths then down back through the meadows. Moderate elevation changes; not as much you would expect from a ski resort course.
College of Southern Idaho › July 28, 2012
Deceptively open: lots of out of bounds makes many holes pretty unforgiving.
Rock Creek › July 28, 2012
White Spruce Park › January 2, 2012
V.A. Barrie Park › January 2, 2012
Waterworks › November 4, 2011
River's Edge at St. Julien's Park › November 4, 2011
Buckhorn at Harris Lake County Park › November 3, 2011
I learned to play on this course and very few others measure up. Lots of woods and water to keep you sharp. Wish I still lived close.
Whiteface Mountain › October 11, 2011
Chicopee › March 24, 2013
Shade's Mills Conservation Park › October 31, 2011
Mohawk DGC › August 3, 2011
Nice straight course through a shady park with well spaced trees. The lack of undergrowth makes play pleasant and forgiving. One of the few free to play courses in Southern Ontario which is a big plus!
Christie Lake Conservation Area › July 29, 2011
This is the best course I have played in Southwest Ontario. Lots of fun holes with plenty of variety.
Pittock Conservation Park › July 29, 2011
Tight straight fairways with enough trees to keep it interesting. The long grass on the sides of the fairways are really annoying, and we spent a lot of time looking for lost discs.