Jeremy Air Run D

Wisconsin, USA Righty - Backhand and forehand

Jeremy Air Run's reviews

Mount Simon Park › March 18, 2013
B-
Mount Simon is not a bad little community/college/beginner course. Most of the holes are between 250-300 feet, and deucable for better players. great place though to have a few brews and just toss plastic for fun. Since the park is situated in the middle of Eau Claire, it is typically crowded and play is sometimes pushed. Some of the holes here are unique (5 comes to mind), although most are straight-forward and elevation-less.
Mahr's Meadow › March 18, 2013
B-
Decent variety in types (wooded, open, LH, RH, etc.) and distance of holes * Signs are fairly consistent and straightforward, stating direction, distance and par for each hole * Not many others to contend with on the course. In fact both times I played here nobody else was on the course * Has decent amount of benches and disposal cans * In my opinion, Once past the first 3 holes, this small course possesses a decent fun-factor Cons: * Mahr's Meadow is largely located in the middle of a sw ...
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Lambs Creek › March 18, 2013
A-
Completely different course than the norm! it can be amazing and it can be dangerous, depending on the amount of perpetration/melting recently accumulated. This outstanding 9-hole course is situated in the back yard of Pioneer Bar & Grill. It sits along the crevices of a creek valley, and in some instances the creek itself plays as the fairway! Don't be concerned though, as long as it has recently been fairly dry, the course plays as meant to be - somewhat muddy, but ALWAYS fun! Well worth the drive!
Hiestand Park › March 18, 2013
B+
Hiestand is a bit overrated in my estimation. Don't get me wrong, it is a great course, but several other northern Wisconsin courses are far better (i.e. Standing Rocks, Big Eau pleine). Some holes, such as 1, 4, etc. aren't that great. It is definitely a fun and worthwhile course to play, however, as most of the holes are wooded and challenging.
Brickyard › March 18, 2013
B+
When this course is maintained it is incredible, when it's not, it's a brute. One of the most unique and enjoyable courses I have played in western Wisconsin. There is severe elevation here, with several different tee and pin placements for each hole. Although it is physically only 9 holes, it can play like an 18 to 27 hole course if you utilize all of the pin and tee placement options. The attention to detail here is fantastic. If other Wisconsin courses utilized this type of attention to each hole they would be more than well served.
Baraboo Lions › March 18, 2013
A-
Although several of the holes were out of commission when I played this course in early 2012 (due to construction) it was a blast! Many of the holes possess decent elevation challenges and are wooded. Sadly, I also noticed quite a bit of litter and other minimal vandalism. Overall, however, this course is definitely worth an out-of-the-way journey.
Wildwood Park › March 18, 2013
D
Small old-school short 9-hole course. Course can be a bit better when playing safari tees, but for the most part, the course is so limited by space that it can only be a quick stop when visiting the better Marshfield courses.
Braem Park › March 18, 2013
B
A tightly knitted 18 hole course residing on a densely wooded block in the middle of Marshfield. Most of the holes are very short, and some posses no real fairways (some may say they are un-fairways). Nonetheless, it is an enjoyable little course to play, albeit frustrating at times. Some holes that you may expect to get an easy deuce on can cost you 4-6 strokes. On another note, it's incredible to see how many deer reside in this small block of woods in the middle of town.
Jack Lake › March 18, 2013
A
LOVE THIS COURSE!!! I can't say it enough. In my opinion, this is one of the most underrated courses in North central Wisconsin. yes, many of the holes are short, but boy are they fun! Every time I have been here the fairways have been pristine, however, the insects can be nasty and the traverse muddy. There are many ace-run opportunities here, and the new additions that have been made (i.e. the hidden tee/hole on 15, I believe) are incredible! I truly wish this course were 15 minutes awa ...
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Northwood Park › March 1, 2013
A
What an enjoyable course! Have not played the new layout, as it was being constructed when I was there last. The first 3 holes in particular remind me of the great Northern Wisconsin courses, however, the old 9-15 were so... well... Illinois - very open. With that said, however, I am planning on moving back home to central IL, and hope to live in Morton, which would make this my new "home course". Obviously, hole 5 is very unique, as well as testing, and several of the other front 8 holes (a ...
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McDill Pond › March 1, 2013
C
Mcdill Pond is a fun little course to play - EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE. Some of the holes are enjoyable, while others seem to be simple "fillers". My largest complaint with this course is the tee pads. Although all of the tees have rubber mats in place, the foundation underneath most of them is so eroded that it is often better to just throw from the dirt path off to the side. The other issue at this course is the vandalism. Basket 5, in fact, is typically missing the bottom ring that holds the ...
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North Park of Wood County › March 18, 2013
A-
Love Becky, but I'm not quite sure what she is talking about... I have never had a difficult time navigating this great course, as a large sign at hole one has a well drawn out map and all of the tees are clearly marked. North Park is another example of a hidden Wisconsin disc golf gem. When compared to many other Northern WI courses, this one is fairly open in it's playing style and possesses a few holes with considerable length. For nearly every hole there are at least two concrete tee pad ...
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Yulga › March 18, 2013
A-
Quintessential northwoods disc golf! Yulga is a very fun course, and with 3 tee pads for nearly every hole, it is suitable for any skill level. A large variety of (mostly) pine trees give shape to the course, and many holes demand technical shots. Although there are not many long holes on this course (sans 18), there are several enjoyable routes and varying pin locations. The one thing missing that cannot be altered... elevation.
Standing Rocks › February 28, 2013
A+
An absolutely AMAZING course! As with most northern Wisconsin courses, Standing Rocks is heavily wooded, but each hole here is unique and beautiful. It is a very technical course, and may be lacking the longer and/or open holes that some players prefer. For me, however, Standing Rocks is as close to Disc Golf Heaven as it gets!
Riverside Park › March 1, 2013
C-
If played from marked tee locations, this course is super short and easy. No hole is over 200 feet, and the shortest is marked at 78 feet! Obviously, there are several ace run opportunities, but there are also a couple of holes (such as 5 & 6) that keep this course somewhat interesting. The saving grace for this course is that it is fairly wooded, and if your group decides to create makeshift tee locations the course can become a bit more enjoyable. Although there is quite a bit more park ar ...
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Memorial Park - Marathon County › March 1, 2013
C
Memorial is a largely open "park" course. All holes are relatively short and mostly deucable for the better players. I would suggest that this is a great beginners course, however, all of the water on the course (affecting 4 of 9 holes) makes losing discs to the drink fairly easy. Due to park's activity, there are some places (holes 1 & 2 come to mind) where pedestrian safety is an issue. The baskets could be better too, as they are all (aside from one) single-layer chain Innova cages. Over ...
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Big Eau Pleine County Park › February 24, 2013
A
First, this IS a (fantastic) 18 hole course, not 9 as this site indicates. With 3 tees for most holes and both short (185 ft.) and long (570 ft.) distances, what is not to love about this hidden central Wisconsin gem? The only thing left to desire might be elevation. The tees are in consistently good shape and the fairways well-groomed. The mostly wooded fairways are challenging, yet fair. This course is a great example of why even the "regular" Wisconsin courses are fantastic!
Yellow Banks Park › March 1, 2013
B-
Yellowbanks is a fun, yet challenging course. The condition of the course has been gradually improving since it's inception in 2011, thanks to the hard work of the Wausau Area Disc Golf Enthusiasts. Tee pads will be leveled and rubber mats installed in the spring of 2013. Although many of the locals play all 9 holes as par 3's, it would be fair to state that both holes 5 and 7 play as par 4. As previous review stated, this course is heavily wooded and has water hazards (in the form of a large creek) on holes 4, 5, and especially 6.