+0 votes Nick Bacon › June 6, 2014
Very fun for a 9 hole course holes 2 3 and 9 are cool and challenging. 4-7 could definitely benifit from improvements. But for a 9 hole its a fun and quick play. I enjoyed playing it last summer when I would come back from punderson. Out of the 6 or 7 days I played it it was never muddy one or two of the days the grass was pretty high.
+0 votes Robert Purdon › December 28, 2014
Fun for what it is.
+0 votes Matt Smith › August 10, 2015
This course is mostly wooded with a couple of open holes. The wildlife was really abundant out there; but unfortunately, so we're the bugs. They have some interesting layouts for the holes, but you can get into some pretty nasty stuff off of the fairways. This course has the potential to become better with the addition of tee pads and better signs. It was a little hard to find our way around the first time. Good course for beginners and seasoned players. Definite chances for aces. I enjoyed playing there, but will not make a special trip to play there again.
+0 votes Ken Stray › March 1, 2016
A nice little course that was designed by a Boy Scout Troop that is perfect for beginners. It has a good mix of open holes with some length (1,2,3,8,9) and wooded holes (4,5,6,7) that require some creativity in shot and disc selection. It is also quiet and secluded; I have never seen another disc golfer the times I have played. I bring my 6 year old son to play and it is short enough that he can play the full course without holding up others.
+0 votes Vince D › March 20, 2016
-1 votes Tim Kirchner › May 13, 2014
Very Muddy Course. One hole was completely unplayable due to standing water. Hole Nine is the only gem on the course.