Ann Arbor, Michigan     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + James Guthrie › July 13, 2015
Had a lot of fun my first time playing there, some holes are confusing could be labeled better but still a great course when you figure it out.
-  +0 votes  + - Buckwheat › July 26, 2015
This Course is far from finished, let alone being anywhere close to Tournament ready. Almost all the Holes lack a sufficient Tee Pad. Most Holes are pooly marked... if marked at all. Ended up skipping 3-4 Holes due to confusion alone. Because of the Rain we have had this Year, there were a billion Mosquitoes, so bring your bug spray! The best part about this Course? The really nice Owner w/ some fun and friendly Dogs which add, what I believe to be, a very charming feel. This place has ...
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-  +0 votes  + Paul McMican › June 21, 2015
Fun course for being on private property. Upkeep was stellar as well! Play with someone that knows the course would be wise.
Huge thanks to Terry and co. along with 24 Chains for the invite! Still managed to finished the course with 39 people as nightfall came. Would def. play again!

If you lose a disc, they will find it and return it to you! Great group of people!
-  +0 votes  + Robert Coon › October 18, 2014
18 holes on 9 baskets, cleverly designed. I was glad to have help in navigating the course and baskets.
-  +0 votes  + Terry Calhoun › October 11, 2014
-  +1 votes  + John Perry › September 16, 2014
OK course hard to follow and play.
-  +1 votes  + DETROIT J › April 11, 2013
This is a fun course with a good host. However , when I played a felt like some of the holes were designed to be impossible. Almost to the level of "really dude" ? As I played I found MANY discs that had been lost , left behind etc... Of course I left them there too but, no kidding there had to be MORE THAN 20 discs just laying on the course that didn't belong to the owner. Located in a "country"-like setting , you play around and through rows of trees with open land between. Some mowed fair ...
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-  +0 votes  + Angel Gilbert › August 27, 2012
I like it a lot but very challenging especially when playing with 24 chains or a big group of people. more enjoyable for me when just playing with the family. love the lion.
-  -1 votes  + K T -WPD › August 6, 2013
-  +0 votes  + stephen masten › May 1, 2012
-  +0 votes  + ken "sega salt" moote › July 25, 2011
-  +0 votes  + Dave Lassen › May 22, 2011
-  +0 votes  + Jesse Whitlock › May 22, 2011
Excellent course! Very technical, gotta hit your lanes to be successful! Big props to the Calhoun family for holding an awesome tourney and their hospitality!
-  +0 votes  + Nick Vanderkolk › May 21, 2011
Great course, great people. Very technical. Hole #14 is my favorite!
-  -5 votes  + Corey Kieft › September 30, 2010
-  +0 votes  + Scott White › September 9, 2010
Great course and good variety of shots required to shoot well. See what a course looks like when the owner has the endless ability to tweak holes over time. I feel like this course is maximized for the land it is on. Great place to play disc. Not one bad hole. Natural pads are in good shape.
-  -5 votes  + Wade TF › November 1, 2010
With concrete tee pads this course would be an A+. The lines are demanding and very fun to throw. It's a challenging course from the longs and an easy going round from the shorts. Ben is lucky to have this in his backyard. Definitely in my top 5 courses in Michigan. Groomed with love of the land in mind. With many holes "out of range" this course is on the next level of difficulty in Disc Golf and require smart shots to score well. A must play for whoever is visiting Ann Arbor or who lives in An ...
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-  -8 votes  + Ben Calhoun › December 20, 2010
One of the best courses around. Using 9 baskets on 8 acres, we've designed 18 holes to rival anything else around with shot variety and landscapes. Set on old farmland, it provides a challenge and ranges from a 4,800 to a 6,400 ft. (par 59) layout. Dirt tees stay in good shape. Keep in the fairways or be punished by the rough- but the fairways are kept manicured to the level other courses should aspire to.

PRIVATE- must arrange a tee time.