Michigan, USA • Righty - Backhand and forehand
Civitan Park › Greg Carter Course › October 23, 2014
Fun to play, not a very tough course. From what i remember almost every hole was a good deuce opportunity. A little technical. Teepads were not awesome, chainstar baskets are a bonus. Still enjoyable, will definately play here again
Brent Hambrick Memorial › Main course › September 28, 2014
Fun course to play. Maybe a few too many open field shots, not offering much challenge, but the wooded holes were what makes this course an A-. Its slightly tough to navigate, i had to play with a local to figure out where to go. Basically park by the dam to start on hole 1, play holes 1-14, then the letter holes, then 15-18. One of the baskets is placed on top of a pyramid structure, making a tough yet extremely fun putt. I will definately play here again if im in the area. Caution: extreme buckeye country. Lol. Locals dont even like to say the word michigan :) good people though.
Sanford Lake Park › June 30, 2013
Very fun course to play. Lots of trees, narrow lines, skill shots, and some elevation. Better bring your A game or this course could easily eat your score up. Just going bogey free proves to be tough (playing all par 3's). A little soggy, but great teepads, and great baskets. $10 to get in the park
Ogemaw Hills Recreation Complex › April 9, 2013
great starter course for disc golfers to learn on before tackling larger courses. most shots are putter/mid range shots leaving u with a fairly easy bogey free round. layout was actually very nice for the space provided.
Lumberjack Meadows DGC › April 9, 2013
Worth playing if you are in the area. Not a technical course but nice if you want to throw bombs. Wide open on the second half can really lower your score if played well. Nicely balances the eagle country course. Course has rough fairways as the wild grass and weeds overpower, so watch discs very closely, some areas are thick and dense.
Eagle Country › April 9, 2013
Definately a course that should be played if you are in the area. Lots of nice technical holes mixed with longer/more open holes. Balances out the openness of lumberjack course. One downfall is that the back nine are hard to find the teebox, unless you play with a local. And a couple holes kinda crisscross but only would be an issue if there is a lot of golfers on the course. Other than that, its awesome