+0 votes Earl Frazier › October 25, 2010
-2 votes Wade TF › December 10, 2010
+0 votes Bryan Grosbach › July 10, 2011
Many of the "long" tee pads were just mulch
+0 votes Jeffery Weaver › April 22, 2012
+0 votes Brandon H › August 11, 2012
+0 votes Bryan S › July 14, 2013
I'm relatively new to the disc golf "scene", this was the 3rd course Ive played at. Mainly wanted to comment that there is a TON of poison ivy along the edges of this course. It's a pretty open area on most of the holes, but if you're just beginning and allergic to that stuff, this might not be the best course for you. Other than that, it was a lot of fun! Its right beside the creek and you're able to wade in after playing to cool off. The last couple holes (15-18? I think?) were a bit sketchy, only because they were severely overgrown and it was unclear as to where the baskets were.
+0 votes Ken B › May 27, 2015
+0 votes nick ferro › July 27, 2015
Shorter than some, but a really nice walk with the creek to one side on many holes. Strategy here on when to "go for it" and when to make sure you don't see your disc take a swim down the currents of the creek. Back nine has a stretch called "monster alley" with mandos and ob to make those holes tighter, requiring a more accurate shot. Lots of shade here as well. Worth the drive to play here!