Bucksnort DGC

Pine, Colorado     1 course · 28 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Jonny T › June 30, 2015
A+
Oh my lord! This course is incredible. It sits on top of Bucksnort Mountain. There are incredible views, super technical holes, and really creative pin placement. If you find yourself in CO, this course is a must.
-  +1 votes  + Justin Brown › May 19, 2014
A+
Amazing course! Best marked and laid out mountain course i have seen. Beautiful views on private property, a must play.
-  +1 votes  + Dan Chando › May 7, 2015
A+
This course is absolutely beautiful. You get incredible mountain views on almost every hole. It's a challenging course, but fair. Lot's of tight wooded holes, unique one of a kind basket placements, a great variety of shots, great terrain with a great mix of elevation. This course will make you throw just about every shot in your bag (except for a long distance drive, which is actually a good thing given the amount of foliage on this course). Bucksnort will test your finesse and accuracy ga ...
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-  +1 votes  + JP Pulley › July 7, 2014
A
Truly an amazing course with spectacular views every where you look. The course is fun and challenging and the baskets are laid out well. The other bonus is when you get a Tee time your group will have the entire course to yourselves for the whole day! You will appreciate that especially if your used to playing crowded courses. The owner Lowell, Paulie and Rudy are super nice guys and very accommodating. I'd give Bucksnort an A+ if it had cement pads but I can see why he doesn't in such a nat ...
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-  +1 votes  + Adrian Meyer › May 9, 2015
A+
Well constructed course with long bombs through trees, short technical shots through trees, hyzer this, anhyzer that, up, down, etc. Seems like the course has it all plus a pine basket in a cave. Elevated baskets, hanging baskets, baskets wedged in trees, baskets hidden in rocks. Some ace runs for sure. Creative course that will either kick your butt or leave you wanting more or both.
-  +1 votes  + Monger Mike N › June 22, 2014
A+
Bucksnort is off of the charts. Every hole is brilliant in its layout to take advantage of the incredible terrain and views. The baskets are positioned in really fun fashion. One is elevated up in a cave. I don't want to spoil it by saying more but it's a gotta
-  +1 votes  + Jp Feider › September 8, 2014
A+
The most amazing course I have seen! More detailed review to come....
-  +1 votes  + Tyler B › June 30, 2015
A+
Bucksnort will blow your mind. Amazing views. Creative holes. The hiking can be very strenuous at times because of the elevation changes. Not for beginners. Bring water and good shoes. Be prepared for an adventure because this course is one-of-a-kind; don't miss it if you're in the area.
-  +1 votes  + Jason Drobeck › June 6, 2016
A+
Epic. Just Epic. Amazing variety of shots, beautiful landscape and great owners. Want a great day of disc golfing? You can't go wrong here. Be prepared to lose a disc or two :)
-  +0 votes  + Paul Rothley › May 4, 2015
A+
WOW - Just do it you will not be disappointed.
-  +0 votes  + Steve Roybal › October 9, 2015
A+
We are lucky in Colorado to have this course. L & L and Mr. Rothey have done a masterful job here.
-  +0 votes  + Scott Jackson › November 10, 2015
A+
-  +0 votes  + Mike B1 › September 22, 2016
A+
Prepare to get snorted
-  +0 votes  + Ryan Balentine › June 7, 2016
A+
-  +0 votes  + Katie Button › April 23, 2016
A+
Bucksnort is my absolute favorite course. Let me reiterate: Out of the hundred-or-so courses I've played across seven states in the last three years, this is the one I don't mind and would never complain about paying $20 to play. It's by no means a "perfect" disc golf course, because it lacks cement tee pads (which is fitting on a mountain) and has a basket made of wood, hidden in a cave. These are two of many factors which make Bucksnort one of the most unique, fulfilling courses - not to mention every time you turn around you see another beautiful view.
-  -4 votes  + Bryan R › March 20, 2015
B
Nice, but not nearly as perfect as the homers would have you believe.