Elwood DGC

Elwood, Indiana     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Jason Arnold › September 5, 2012
The course is in the infant stage. A nice technical course. Someone is out there working every weekend so the course is getting better every week. When its all said and done i think it will be top 10 course in Indiana.
-  +1 votes  + Jake B › December 17, 2012
The course is entirely wooded. Every hole requires some sort of imagination when throwing. It's extremely challenging and very scenic in the fall. The new 9 is finally playable and is really starting to come together. Once the pads are in place on the back 9 this course will be a can't miss stop if you live in central Indiana. Highly recommended.
-  +1 votes  + Jared Bourff › September 19, 2013
This course now has 18 full cement teepads, 18 baskets and a hard working community involvement. The course is one of the best in Indiana and tests every shot in your arsenal
-  +0 votes  + Ryan"Ryno" Shirley › January 3, 2013
I like the teepads and nearly all the shots are fun and technical. There is glass everywhere so be very careful. It does appear that someone is trying to clean it up but it was a landfill so they have their work cut out for them. The layout is a little funky at times and it is poorly marked for the most part but it is Fun to play.
-  +0 votes  + Fred L › September 5, 2013
Good course. Lots of broken glass and, springs and metal right off course in O.B.
-  +0 votes  + Rob McNeal › October 31, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Ryan D › September 27, 2014
All concrete pads are in. An extra tee on 13 (concrete) and almost everything cleaned up. Still kinda rough off the fairways but only a few holes. We have had a great contribution from community members. Like wood carvings, signs, and other art work. The course is definitely worth your while
-  +0 votes  + Eric "Downtown" Brown › August 13, 2015
Love this course technical and wooded. My second favorite in Indiana. Elwood Disc Golf has done an awesome job. I love all the wood carvings decorated through out the course, stop and pay homage to the great Disc Golf totem pole on one of the holes.
-  +0 votes  + Mike S › May 9, 2017
This course is amazing. All the hard work that went into it to make it what it is today. Such as cleaning the course up adding new holes and at every t-pad being able to sit your bag on a giant wire spool. It's a very technical course with a lot of elevation changes at the beginning. The one thing that would make it better would be to have an A&B pin location on multiple holes.
-  +0 votes  + Zach Brannan › February 20, 2017
It has good flow, very challenging. Better bring your game, your going to need it!
-  -2 votes  + John Vetter › August 3, 2011
It was an interesting course, but there was a lot of glass on the ground and it was a bit hard to find where the baskets where at without tee signs. It will be nicer if they finish putting woodchips throughout the course and pickup all the trash.
-  -3 votes  + Adam McCrory › August 4, 2011
This is a short (9 hole) course with short holes but in a wooded area. A lot of the skill involved in this course has to do with getting your disc between trees, up or down 30+ hills, and dog leg right and left shots from the tee. The bad part about this course is all the broken glass throughout the holes. Paths paved in glass as if it was intentional. There is also some trash around but mostly in the brushes where you will most likely land your disc a few times. If it weren't for the trash/glass the rating would be in the Bs due to the interesting challenge of the holes.