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Allendale, Michigan     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Sam Mrdeza › June 12, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Randy "Shide-Arm" Shideler › September 24, 2013
-  +0 votes  + John Hendrickson › March 18, 2015
Currently flooded, but beyond that the course layout is a bit sketchy. Its nice to see a disc golf course in by Grand Valley, but this is in the middle of the apartment complex. One gust of wind or one minor case of grip lock and you could easily hit a window or the building or put a disc on a roof. Overall it is fun to play with a couple of mid range throws and a putt but if you are looking for a serious round this isn't the place.
-  +0 votes  + Aaron Schwallier › June 4, 2014
For what it is, an ace run course, not too bad. The baskets are single chains and don't retain discs very well, but always a good time if you are around GVSU.
-  +0 votes  + Alan Moll › September 30, 2014
Its kind of a fun course, but probably should have just left it as a nine hole. The two tees I thought were kinda dumb. Also the big drawback its way to dangerous. Yeah its mostly college kids, but your still playing in peoples yards. One bad shot can easily crack or break a window.
-  +0 votes  + Skyler Stoker › June 7, 2016
Fun for what it is. Would be cool to have this out of the backdoor of your apartment.
-  +0 votes  + Chris Lozen › November 2, 2016
-  +0 votes  + Eric "Downtown" Brown › July 24, 2015
Thread the needle through apartments. Not sure if you could play while class is in session without decapitating someone. Throw like a Ninja, be a Ninja. If you like the risk of a disc landing on the roof, hitting a glass window, or a disc golfing Peeping Tom this place is for you.
-  +0 votes  + Ryan Klootwyk › July 17, 2015
Shortest course I've played. It is inbetween townhouses so play your discs carefully - could land on roofs or towards peoples back doors lol...bunch of ace runs but no tee pads and lack of challenging holes. Would be cool to play out of my back yard if I lived there.
-  +0 votes  + Jacob Spencer › November 23, 2016
I only play here to fill in the space between real round and at the very least practice putting and upshots. This is clearly not a course for a serious round but we have found ways to make it fun by coming up with alternate tees and throwing over water. Take it for what it is, a course to practice at. I would not make the drive out there to play, only play it if you are already in Allendale.