Centre Hills Park

Aurora, Colorado     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Dan Chando › December 12, 2014
This course mostly features short, straight, wide open holes, and begins to feel repetitive pretty quickly. There is a pond that runs through the middle of the course, but rarely comes into play because the baskets are placed so far away from the shores edge. I believe that the land could have been used much better to create a challenging 9, or at the very least, a more challenging 18. A good beginner's course I suppose. I recommend going out there when it's empty and playing a safari round. There are potential for some great holes, but in it's normal design, it's just not there.
-  +0 votes  + dave h › March 29, 2015
i'm relatively new to the sport, this is an ok course. some holes are repetitive, i think #9 is great. great for beginners and not crowded. for more of a challenge me and my buds try to hang discs out over the ponds and bring em back for more of a challenge.
-  +0 votes  + Brady McAndrew › February 5, 2016
Better course with the longer basket locations. Water hazards make for some difficulty. Fairly straight forward and repetitive and it definitely could have been designed better. #5, 6, 9 and 17 are the most technical. Lots of Ace opportunities.
-  +0 votes  + Tyler Greenman › June 18, 2018
Assets - Shorter holes means that every throw has a chance at an ace, good course for beginners, and the layout is easy to follow.

Liabilities - This course is not very well maintained, overgrowth and water hazards make losing a disc a genuine possibility, and there is a whole host of prairie dogs on the course.

Recommended? No, it's not high on the list of courses to play in Colorado. If you're in Aurora, go to Expo instead. However, it's not a total waste of time; it's just not a course I would seek out.
-  +0 votes  + Graham Butcher › January 1, 2020