Glacier Ridge Metro Park

Plain City, Ohio     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Matt Smith › April 30, 2012
The first five holes are wooded and fun. The rest are wide open in a tick infested field. Every open hole is surrounded by tall grass that loves to eat your discs. This course is no fun on a hot day.
-  +1 votes  + Mitchell Sintic › April 27, 2012
-  +1 votes  + Cody Taplin › August 22, 2016
This course has long and short pads on every hole but 5 of them. The longs have some very long shots. the shorts will give you a lot of chances for aces. The long grass (literally higher then your head at times) off the fairways will force you to stay on the fairway. wear long socks or pants, and you will enjoy this course.
-  +1 votes  + Firman Miller › February 16, 2017
Played this course in late fall. Really loved it. Wooded holes are cool. Must stay on fairways on field holes. Multiple angles so very good practice for long range drivers in various wind directions. Finishes with a few woods holes. Also really love the practice basket and numbered bricks to practice from while waiting on your buddies to show up
-  +1 votes  + Eric Newell › August 12, 2016
Disaster in summer. Rough not only eats discs but will rip your legs up. A links course in frisbee golf doesn't translate to a lot of fun. Play it in early spring or not at all. Windy days can make it play really long.
-  +1 votes  + Art Siegesmund › June 23, 2018
They redesigned five holes in late 2017 to put in a dog park; they made the course worse. The course has good signage and most holes have two tees and two basket placements. The first 3 holes and last 2 are in the woods; if real wet, this is a swamp! (Plus these is lots of poison ivy.) The other holes are out in the open in tall grass that is full of ticks. Maybe a better place to play when it is dry and not in tick season.

Bottom line, this has a nice dog park, nice trails and new playground, but NOT a nice place to disc golf.
-  +0 votes  + Justin Davis › July 26, 2011
-  +0 votes  + John number nine › October 27, 2017
-  +0 votes  + Larry Hibbitts › May 20, 2012
This is my home course, as I live just up the street. That being said, I do not recommend playing this in the late summer early fall due to the height the rough - it literally is taller than some people, and VERY easy to lose a disc. In the spring and summer, you MUST check for ticks after playing here - they seem to love this park. The layout is very nice, with some challenging holes. Usually busy on the weekends.
-  +0 votes  + Ken Sampson › September 13, 2012
Worst possible mixture of impossible fairways through the woods and wide open fairways through un-mown grass. This was a one time event for me.
-  +0 votes  + Aaron Collins › March 7, 2013
This is a better course from long tees
-  +0 votes  + Clayton Osborne › May 16, 2013
The course was for both righty and lefty players and was easy to follow the fairway paths where really nice. Over all good course just a little short.
-  +0 votes  + Brian Bell › January 2, 2014
A good mix of wooded and open holes. Large water hazards during spring (smaller in dry summer)
-  +0 votes  + Nicholas McDowell › March 29, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Kevin Riemenschneider › August 16, 2014
One and only time. Tall grass and 25 feet fairways. Woods hole cool but field hole suck.
-  +0 votes  + johnny fire › July 16, 2015
nice course- a lot of the holes are the same distance
-  +0 votes  + Brian G › November 8, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Jason Gram › March 12, 2017
Challenging course. 1st 4 throws in tight wood paths then open up into fields and if it's warm the grass is very tall and throws have to be perfect! Play in fall or winter. Last 3 holes go back into the woods down narrow paths but it's a solidly challenging course
-  -1 votes  + jason wagner › October 5, 2010