Bullsnake Alley

Casper, Wyoming     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Bret H. Moore › September 1, 2013
#2 Well done, the changes made one hell of difference, I enjoyed I every hole thoroughly. It really is like night and day compared to the last time I played, super enjoyable through all 18. It actually may be tough to decide which of our two awesome courses I will want to play more. Nice Job Condor.

#1 So well, ****, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but I'm not really a fan. Dispite my best efforts to enjoy it and I just couldn't. Seems completely un-realistic, especially for Rec type players which is what our town consists mostly of. Need to appeal more to the general population.
-  +2 votes  + Sarah Cline › August 27, 2013
I'm a newb to disc golf and don't have much to compare this course too, BUT....

This course should come with a disclaimer!!! I realize it is unfinished, rough, etc... BUT I'd advise wearing snake proof boots & long pants. Additionally, bear spray, a compass, and a side arm!!!
REMs & extra water too!
I almost got eaten by a badger on 14 & 16?? LOST IN THE WILDERNESS!

...with that said... I'm really happy to see Casper adding an additional course & look forward to playing this course again. I will be more prepared next time!
-  +1 votes  + Kris Green › April 16, 2014
I don't know what the other people are complaining about, this is one of the best courses I've ever played. I have played courses all over the country, name a state and I've played a course there. Ive played great courses and Ive played courses where ive walkeed away and gone home. Having not been a total fan of the other course to begin with my expectation was that this course was going to be about the same.. Boy was I wrong. I went to this course by myself which I never do because of bad ex ...
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-  +1 votes  + Mike Allen › October 27, 2014
Very technical course with every shot in your arsenal coming into play. Maybe a few that you have never even used before.
-  +1 votes  + Jon Zerba › October 11, 2014
To start off, just getting to this course for the first time is pretty cool. There's almost always activity either at the softball fields, soccer fields, and there's people walking, biking, and my favorite, disc golf. As you walk across the nice bridge and get a sight at the North Platte traveling through casper, you see a very nice paved walking path, a fair amount of trees for Wyoming and a nice big hill in the background. Stick to the right on the paved path when you get off the bridge and ...
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-  +0 votes  + Scott Ruskanen › October 19, 2014
This course has just been put in... No signage or permanent tee boxes yet. The front nine are a technical bunch while the back nine opens up for the long throwers. There are a couple baskets located by a lot of cacti, just like CDGC, you can avoid most slivers by staying to the right. The use of elevation outweighs the unfriendly cactus by far. This is a FUN course! Between this course and Casper Disc Golf Course, there are 36 baskets of ever changing shots.
-  +0 votes  + Justin Freeman › August 7, 2016
-  -2 votes  + Dan Tanner › September 10, 2013
Its a likeable course. Its worth playing. If your accurate you will do fine, its not technical. Most of the holes are short and straight forward,should be fun for anyone to play. Should be able to shoot 9 under par for the B.S. Alley. Again you just need some skill and be accurate. Knowing that holes are still being adjusted, no need to have hole 6 were its at, there are better locations for it. Its not technical when you have to rely on luck to get through trees. Further into the course on ...
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