+1 votes Dominic Plasencia › August 24, 2011
+1 votes C. C. › March 19, 2012
Girdwood is home of northern most rain forest in North America, so playing disc golf there is a treat. The trees are huge, and the looks range from short tech, to a few long bombs. Playing this course is a must if you are in the area.
+0 votes Jeremy Boyd › October 23, 2010
Girdwood is a great smaller course that requires a good variety of shots. Some of the holes (esp. the back 9) are a bit close to each other but it usually doesn't present a problem. Hole #13 is one of my favorite DG holes anywhere.
+0 votes Andrew Jackson › February 2, 2011
Course feels open even with all the large trees. had a guide through the first 12..not really needed but helped..last 5 holes a bit slow finding the tee pads...LOTS of SNOW..needs some more markings,,,.. Great fun playing..can't wait to play it after bhreakup!!
+0 votes Thad Murgatroyd › March 24, 2011
one of my fav courses shame it's going away to make way for a freaking carrs grocery store...boo
+0 votes Edan Badajos › May 16, 2011
+0 votes J jackson › June 8, 2012
+0 votes Trent McKee › October 24, 2011
+0 votes Chris Goodrich › December 24, 2011
Not super long, mostly a mid range putter course. But, this course uses it's obstacles well. I love to throw this course with buzzzes, it helps me work on my accuracy.
+0 votes Kyle Gray › April 12, 2012
Solid winter course
+0 votes Brad Beiser › April 12, 2012
+0 votes Adam Renfro › September 25, 2012
Beautiful course technical lots of tight shots have ne kind of teepad and it would be an A+
+0 votes Paul Murray › July 5, 2012
loved the course , do not go when there setting up for a party. haha to many motor homes in the way!
+0 votes duane shelton › October 1, 2012
+0 votes Alex Lehecka › April 20, 2013
+0 votes Andrew Rodgers › June 8, 2013
+0 votes Mike Risinger › May 30, 2013
+0 votes Tre Jones › June 9, 2013
+0 votes Brett Hekkers › August 24, 2013
Fun course with lots of trees. Brush is a little overgrown in spots with a lot of devils club, so keep your eyes on your disc. This is truly a multi-use area. Hole one tees off across a beach volleyball court and there are campsites scattered around the first six holes. After that its pretty much just a disc course. Tee pads have signs showing basket locations. All in all a pretty fun course.