Brighton High School

Brighton, Michigan     1 course · 3 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Alex "skillz" Skillman › July 30, 2016
this is no longer a disc golf course. only 3 of the baskets are left and only remain because the new construction didn't interfere with them. 2 are on the hill side by the bonfire pit and the other one is by the base ball fields/ batting practice nets. only useful for practice putting.
-  +0 votes  + richard bell › September 27, 2015
Good course for kids at lunch. Nice backyard school practice approach course. Dangerous shots.
-  +0 votes  + William Gilbert › August 18, 2015
not bad but not good nothing special.
-  -1 votes  + Jim Hewitt › August 22, 2014
waste of time , baskets were pulled
-  +0 votes  + Danger Dave diggers › July 31, 2013
Practice your putts here is about a its good for its a waste of baskets besides teaching kids to play.
-  +0 votes  + Angel Gilbert › May 26, 2012
this is just an ok course nothing to right home about. on a high school property have to worry about kids, neighbors, disc landing in the street or worse on the roof of the building. holes too close to the building. not very challenging. played the whole course with putter.
-  +2 votes  + Jamie The Sauce Mosier › April 18, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Taylor Goik -Dirty Mitten Disc Golf- › October 7, 2011
-  +0 votes  + Kevin Reddy › August 8, 2011
Updating is needed for tee areas/signs. I created my own tee for #6 as the sidewalk by the building. This course would be a good candidate for an ace race.
-  +0 votes  + Adam Eckler › December 9, 2010
-  +1 votes  + Trevor "Doppler" Dixon › November 15, 2010
Great putt and approach good for your mid-range and upshot game this course is great practice for where the game is won and lost inside 200ft
-  +2 votes  + Kyle Jansen van Galen › October 8, 2010
+: Clean, well-kept, baskets are nice, no chance at really losing a disc, great place to introduce people to the game, not crowded, good to work on midrange game +/-: Some elevation changes -: Nine holes and short (similar to a par 3 course in regular golf), advanced players won't find any challenge, holes are very straight but with holes less than 200ft it's hard to get a lot of variety, closed during school hours, no tee pads (just a piece of wood in the ground) Verdict: C- For average or ...
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