Oregon, USA • Righty - Backhand and forehand
Portland Lunchtime DGC › April 6, 2013
Pier Park › March 22, 2013
Loved the trees, layout being longs and wooded, and great course grooming. Enough space in between each hole, and great signage and tee pads.
Timber Park › December 27, 2012
Great course; a lot of variety; fun to play again anytime of the year
Canyonview Camp › December 18, 2012
The layout adds a little bit for everyone; some technical, several water hazards, some wide open big throws, some tree shots, elevation changes up and down, and some good ol' blind shots. The course has no teepads or permanent basket until 2013, but the tournament layout brought out 53 guys to the beautiful area. Has potential to be a disc golf destination course.
Western Oregon University › October 25, 2012
First time at the school. 3 good Baskets, the rest were bent or older. There wasn't any variations of shots; wide open throws and sometimes weird depth perception. Course not very challenging and can easy see people getting -9 on 9 holes.
Champoeg State Park › October 5, 2012
First time playing. Short layout was fine. Baskets not my favorite as my discs fell out on several putts.
Echo Park › October 5, 2012
Camp Tadmor › October 3, 2012
Great course! One of the earlier courses made in Oregon with it being on private property doesn't get a lot of public walk ins, being that it is 11 miles outside Lebonon. Like the difficulty and maintenance of the course. Play it at least once a year for a men's retreat.
Bryant Park › September 22, 2012
Very long :) well groomed... Played with a group of four and five.
Pine Nursery › September 21, 2012
Hard on the discs during the dry months but easy to find your discs as long as they are bright red, orange, or pink.
Hyzer Pines at S.O.A.R. › September 9, 2012
Played today on Sept. 8 and it was hot and dry and I loved it! Perfect combination or easy and hard holes that got yours hopes up, but then dashed if you hit a tree, which there are many of :) great entrance sign to!