Globeville Landing

Denver, Colorado     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Tomahawk Tony › March 3, 2011
D
no tee pads marked well, no baskets just poles with chains, next to a super gnar river.
-  +0 votes  + Wing Discman › November 20, 2011
F-
Complete garbage. Nothing is marked, only has poles, and river makes expo smell good. Don't waste your time.
-  +0 votes  + C C N › January 6, 2015
A
Dope local course if your ****in try talkin to someone that actually plays the course.
-  +0 votes  + John Vincent › December 31, 2016
A
This course is actually great. Challenging holes with a good mix of distances. It is true that there are no tee pads and there are tone poles in place of baskets. It played 18 holes (not 9), and if you talked to somebody who knew how to play it, they would either let you join them or invite you to play Tuesday doubles to learn. For many of us the fact that tone poles were used kept the park empty enough to feel free from the over population of many disc courses. I have personally played about 6 ...
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-  -1 votes  + Mike B1 › September 22, 2016
F
A course with tone poles has no business of having a 'B' rating, as well, if it's a short, and confusing 9 hole course. If Denver Parks and rec would spring for a few baskets, it could be redone as the park is generally empty and could have some interesting holes put in, but until then....nope.