Cass City Park

Cass City, Michigan     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +3 votes  + Tom Wagner › March 3, 2022
Exceptional variety to this short community park course. Holes vary from heavily wooded, tight and technical to up and down a sledding hill. A couple holes are relatively open. There are sign posts for navigation but holes are bunched together and lacking benches or trash cans. No tee pads. Overall, this course is challenging even though there are no hazards...except the icy hill during winter.
-  +2 votes  + Link Behrends › December 26, 2022
I good variety of shots on each of the holes. I especially like the idea of one shot uphill and one shot downhill. The only problem with the course is that despite it being good for beginners, as you advance in your disc golf skills it starts to become mundane. Other than that, it is still a good course.
-  +1 votes  + Ross Forrest › January 11, 2023
Long drives out of the woods. Finesse throws in the woods. Hole two basket is in a great location, trees very formidable. Hole nine tee pad is on a decently large hill!
-  +1 votes  + Andrew Klco › September 18, 2023
Recently upgraded to 18 holes and tee pads added. Mostly wooded. mostly tight, technical shots, but there are a few wide open holes (including one off the top of a fairly large hill).
-  +0 votes  + Mike Siuda › August 14, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Michael Cox › July 5, 2014
This is a very nice community course. I love the fourth hole which is a fairly constant left turn for the entire length of the hole. Hole 8 is a blast except when your disc rolls down the right side of the hill, avoid this side. On 8 you have the option to play it flat, but who can resist the ego popping launch to nine from the hill? So play 8 up the hill and grab that very long floater if the wind is right.
-  +0 votes  + Taylor Goik -Dirty Mitten Disc Golf- › May 30, 2013
-  +0 votes  + mike jones › April 19, 2021
New 9 holes make this so much better ! Thanks Cass City ! Fun course mostly short , Top of hill let er rip !
-  +0 votes  + Josh Russell › September 22, 2023
Superb course! Pads are in! Superb MVP Portal baskets! Lots of elevation changes, 4 open holes including a giant hill to throw up and then down, 14 tight technical wooded holes with moderate to significant elevations changes everywhere., and not ( the new norm) throw farther than you can see CRAP. Well done! 2's and 4's are just as comon as 3's on many holes. Hitting your lines is a must. And throwing off the giant hill is priceless. One of the funnest, old school courses around. Worth the long drive for sure!
-  +0 votes  + Tanner Torrez › May 27, 2013
This course is located very close to my hometown which means I play it frequently. A majority of the course is located in the woods and is very challenging for beginner and intermediate players. I really hate that you have 2 options you can play for 8. The hill seems to be the most enjoyable choice for end of the round. This course has a lot to offer and I would suggest it to anyone.
-  +0 votes  + Chris Arnett › January 11, 2023
-  +0 votes  + Heathcliff D › April 30, 2015
Not a bad course, although some of the trees could use trimming, being how very small branches might hit your disc 80% of the time. Mostly short holes so its good for beginners.
-  +0 votes  + Tom Sugden › July 9, 2020
New holes are great, would like to see a few more trees trimmed/remove on holes 12-15
-  +0 votes  + Nate Krumm › May 24, 2023
Fun little 9 hole
-  +0 votes  + Zak s › September 1, 2019
Fun local course. The pictures are out of date and holes have been changed. It’s a pretty short course which is awesome for mid range and putters. I take my kids with me and they love it there. The holes are slightly challenging for them so they get that as a great learning experience. I go at least once a week and there’s never more than 1 or two players on the course. Most of it is thru the woods and awesome on a hot summer day when you don’t want to be in the sun walking miles around the course. Rated B+ because I can’t compare to some of the other courses I’ve been to.
-  +0 votes  + Greg Arnett › October 16, 2019
We did enjoy the variety of the holes. Only 9 holes. Nice signage, although some faced in directions that were misleading. Not very open holes but very little undergrowth so easy to find discs. There were no tee pads so tee pads would be nice as well. It's also nice to know that the course starts at the very back of the park.
-  +0 votes  + Brendan Crocker › June 29, 2022
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