+1 votes Joe H › March 18, 2014
This is a fun, challenging course with great variety. Most of the holes are short and reward accurate drives. The signage makes the layout easy to follow. My favorite hole is #14 with its picturesque view of the stream running by (even though I always donk my drive off the tree to the left). Disc golf is still growing in the area so it's rare to have to wait for tees here, especially on weekdays.
-2 votes Steven J. › June 25, 2014
Too short. Some of the woods holes should be combined to make longer holes and some of the open holes should be lengthened. There really is only one hole (13) where you need to let 'er rip with your drive. That's not good variety. With the land they had available to them, they could have done a much better job. Considering this is on a college campus, there will be a lot of people trying Disc Golf for the first time. And I don't think it will win over too many of those first timers the way a longer, more varied course would. This feels more like a walk through the woods than disc golf.
+0 votes Jeff Gibbs › July 22, 2014
+0 votes Will Trithart › August 20, 2014
+0 votes Steven Gorgos › July 22, 2015
+0 votes Greg E › September 7, 2015
Best course in Binghamton lol. Yes, there are some short holes that were shoehorned to make 18 but the course is maintained and a great place to play.