+0 votes Tim Kopacz › November 20, 2013
This is for the wide open red fox 9er course.
+0 votes Dustin H › October 24, 2013
I am a beginner and love this course. I am just learning to throw just about every disk I have, and this is perfect for it. Fairly open, elevation changes, and some bordering trees make it fun for everyone, whether learning like me, or warming up for the main course. This course could make anyone fall in love with the sport.
+0 votes Abel G › October 28, 2012
+0 votes Al Gilgenbach › July 2, 2012
+0 votes Charles Martin › June 4, 2012
+0 votes Jeff Robertson › May 20, 2012
+0 votes Dan Sinkey › July 22, 2013
The little red fox has grown up and now it's a champion course pro tees have been added as well as new pin positions hole 2 new pin is 40ft longer and up the hill hole 3 is a500+ ft drive down a huge hill 4 is 400feet up the hill 3 used to be on 7 doglegs out of the woods and 9 has a whole new fairway from the pro tees 6 and 8 are new lines as well full advantage of the hilly terain has been taken amazing!I'd list it as a favorite but I think of it as a part of grey fox anyway !
+0 votes Becky Olkowski › March 24, 2012
Favorite course other than Sussex
+0 votes Ben Lynch › July 25, 2011
+0 votes Matthew Merino › July 22, 2011
+0 votes Jason Rocks › July 17, 2011
+0 votes Brian Payne › July 1, 2011
+2 votes alex nadelhoffer › April 11, 2011
This is the perfect course for beginners. Almost every shot: Backhand-hyzer or anhyzer, flick-hyzer or anhyzer, is encompased for someone learning how to throw a disc for the first time. Same with putting and mid-ranges. Good elavation changes. Risk/reward shots on a few holes as well. This course demonstrates a very valueable lesson to anyone looking to take this sport up as a hobby. PUTTING IS CRITICAL. You may be able to throw a good drive up a hill 300 ft. But if you can't make a 20 footer. You will not get the bird.