+0 votes Wayne Freight Train Trump Jr. › July 24, 2011
+0 votes Colin Butgereit › December 10, 2014
Im not sure how this course could have been played during the Rochester Worlds. At the time of this round there were missing baskets on at least 6 holes. For one, this makes it very difficult to play a legitimate round. Secondly, it just doesnt represent the park or the sport of disc golf very well. The rubber tee pads are better than dirt. There was no hole information/signage except for the to next tee signs that were sprinkled throughout, but not for every hole. The course layout is very unimaginative or creative. I wont be playing this course if I can help it.
+0 votes Dave Heschke › May 4, 2011
The course is a totally different beast than last year. We have moved several of the baskets, you now start and end on the other side of the road. The course is longer and more challenging.
+0 votes Dan Quirk › July 6, 2012
+0 votes Stephanie Allen › November 7, 2011
Love that I can mostly practice my long open drives but there's not too much variation.
+0 votes David Gerken Jr › November 6, 2011
+0 votes Patrick Carroll › May 7, 2012
+0 votes Jonah Martin › August 14, 2012
+0 votes Dylan Rees › August 22, 2013
+0 votes Mike Bauman › March 13, 2017
Beginner friendly course. Front 9 is relatively easy, difficulty builds through the course. most amateurs should be looking for even par over 18.