+0 votes Bryan M › Woodchuck Ridge › April 2, 2012
This course is intended for beginners and as a beginner I can say I love it. The only big complaint I have about it is that there aren't really tees. There are posts at every hole though giving you all the information you need. There's a map of the hole, par, and distance. The course starts at the top of the steps right behind the camp store ( which you can rent or purchase discs from) and loops around to the bottom of the hill where you start. There are a lot of straight shots and shots th ...
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This course is intended for beginners and as a beginner I can say I love it. The only big complaint I have about it is that there aren't really tees. There are posts at every hole though giving you all the information you need. There's a map of the hole, par, and distance. The course starts at the top of the steps right behind the camp store ( which you can rent or purchase discs from) and loops around to the bottom of the hill where you start. There are a lot of straight shots and shots that fade just a little left as well as some uphill and downhill shots with a moderate amount of woods. I think it's plenty of variety for a starting player and anyone that lives within 30 minutes of the course has no reason not to drive over and play a few rounds. There are some honey locust trees (about 3-4 inch thorns) on the course so watch out for those. The boy scouts plan to add 9 more holes this year and I can't wait.
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-1 votes Kyle O'Quinn › Woodchuck Ridge › April 2, 2012
A well maintained course, though the whole area is a flood plain. A bit to easy you should never go over par.
+0 votes Tim L › Woodchuck Ridge › April 3, 2012
Not a bad beginner course with a pretty easy layout. This is the first course I've played and enjoyed playing each time i went out. Nice friendly people working at the gift shop near it. They plan on putting another 9 holes in sometime this summer as well. Only real beef with it is that it's short. But all in all, a good and comfortable place to start.
+0 votes Tristan McBride › Woodchuck Ridge › January 21, 2013
I really like this course, probably because it is only 10 mins away from my house, but it should be a tad bigger. You shouldn't ever go over par on this course!
+0 votes Aaron Collins › Woodchuck Ridge › April 4, 2013
I had fun here but its hard to not have fun playing disc
+0 votes Rob G › Woodchuck Ridge › April 16, 2013
+0 votes Michael H › Woodchuck Ridge › July 31, 2013
This is a great beginner course with a little taste of the harder stuff. It is now 18 holes with official Innova nets. Unfortunately there are still no tee off areas. I live near the course and my friends and I play this course almost everyday. The best part about this course is that we are 9/10 the only people playing. They were a little late with mowing which made it hard to find discs when the weeds were 3 ft tall. All in all after all of the maintenance and change this course is great fun to play on.
+0 votes Ron Cook › Woodchuck Ridge › February 11, 2014
Nice course for a beginner like me. Play this nearly every week. Needs tee boxes to complete this course.
+0 votes Shane Adams › Woodchuck Ridge › February 21, 2014
Average difficulty, needs tee boxes. Other then that fairly nice course.
+0 votes Matt Jenkins › Woodchuck Ridge › July 18, 2014
This course is well maintained and fun to play. Has a good combination of wooded and open holes.
+0 votes Kyle Thorn › Woodchuck Ridge › July 24, 2014
+0 votes Lee Spencer › Woodchuck Ridge › June 27, 2015
+0 votes Justin Wilson › Woodchuck Ridge › March 5, 2016