+0 votes Justin Brown › Suicide Flats › June 5, 2011
Wish I had a map...nice course with tons of potential but also a few flaws. Tough to find certain holes, layout seemed strange at times. But once the hole was found, some excellent challenging holes. Course plays very long with few short holes.
+0 votes Billy Romhild › Suicide Flats › August 22, 2011
+0 votes george Hinckley › Suicide Flats › August 14, 2011
HHUUUUUGGGGEEE! It is almost impossible to "show up and play"! It would really help to "scout-out" the course before hand. Many trees with windows, and LONG! There was plenty of needed shade, and water shots were fun. About four miles long.
+0 votes Chad Nichter › Suicide Flats › November 14, 2011
+0 votes Joe Hewlett › Suicide Flats › September 15, 2015
Very nice city park course with sprawling fairways. Mostly flat, but lots of trees and some water come into play. Some very big holes here, including a legitimate Par 5. A couple of birdie opportunities, and some tough Par 3s when set long. Very nice day of disc golf when combined with Shark Tooth.
+0 votes Steve Swarts › Suicide Flats › June 22, 2015
My home course. Long and, challenging, lots of trees, water comes into play on several holes, plenty of shade and friendly locals. Maps are now available in mailbox next to first tee. I use an Aerobie for driving and a disc putter. Not crowded even on most weekends, but avoid any holiday as Hart Park will be overrun with picknickers including the entire lower 18 at Suicide Flats.
+0 votes Billy Romhild › Shark Tooth Mountain › August 22, 2011
+0 votes Chad Nichter › Shark Tooth Mountain › November 14, 2011
+0 votes Joe Hewlett › Shark Tooth Mountain › September 15, 2015
Very challenging and reminiscent of Norcal courses in its ruggedness. Endurance challenge from the climb and exposure. Huge downhill holes and a few short birdie opportunities. [Hold onto those strokes if you can!] Hole 16 is an exceptionally well-designed, beautiful, tough Par 3.
+0 votes Steve Swarts › Shark Tooth Mountain › June 22, 2015
My chief complaint is the foxtails. Most of Sharktooth winds up and down the steep hills to the south of the park. Some severe downhill and sidehill treks not advised for old men with bad knees like me. Wind plays havoc some days on holes 7 and 11 with big elevation drops and spotters needed for the tall weeds and brush. This course best left to the young and skilled. Bring your water bottle.