+0 votes Dan T › May 2, 2015
Good use of space for 9 holes. I played in early May, water in the ditch was high and it ate one of my favorite discs. Fun course.
+0 votes Richard O › August 25, 2013
Lovely course set in an established park mature trees and a cool mid-level threat of a ditch.
+1 votes Dan Chando › June 3, 2014
Course is in a pubic park, but is rarely ever too busy. When the pins are in the longest locations, the course can actually offer a good challenge, otherwise, most holes are relatively short, but none are too short. A river comes into play on 1, 2, and 4, and a few holes are guarded by trees. All of the tee pads are concrete (some on sidewalks) and each hole has good signage with pin locations and distances. This is a solid public park course.
+0 votes Silas Nelson › February 17, 2013
+0 votes Bruce Kettle › August 8, 2011
Played on a very windy day so I wasn't able to try to many shots. Lots of over stable in to the wind stuff.. I wish there was distance numbers on this course. Next time I go I'll write them and post them here. They have them on the tees there just not here.
+1 votes Patrick Blazek › January 28, 2011
One of my favorite 9 hole courses in Colorado. I haven't played a lot of em but this one is pretty fun. Technical and good variety of short and long holes. Creek comes into play on a few holes, nice sized trees everywhere and yet again another great use of space.
+0 votes Tomahawk Tony › November 12, 2010
+1 votes John C. Milroy › November 4, 2010
Plays along a river for holes 1 2 and 4. Also has a fenced in pond which I'm sure holds piranha, so don't go in there. Its mostly free throwing and wide open. Fun to play.