+1 votes Eric Brown › June 15, 2015
Favorite course in Indiana. Every time I step on that hallowed ground I know it is a special place. I once played the course at night, only to see a ghostly image of Ed Headrick the founding father of the course.
+0 votes Daniel Garrett › February 13, 2011
love the course..
+0 votes Steve Burton › April 2, 2011
Very nice, but short course. Good flow to the holes. Lots of people playing, but were friendly and allowed play thru's because I was alone. The pro shop was excellent and the owners were friendly. Only negative is the hole length, but I enjoyed the round.
+0 votes Robert Radtke › August 22, 2011
"why dont i just get in my time machine and set it for 1981" ...very fun course and extremely wooded...the last 6 holes are marked by 2 little orange safety cones and are in the field next to the parking lot.
+0 votes Chris Blanchard › September 30, 2011
Love this little wooded course. The course I learned on 20 years ago. Changed a bunch in that time for the better.
+0 votes Steve Bedwell › May 26, 2012
WoW, is all i got to say amazing mature course that will make your short game flawless, and has best disc store. PLAY $2
+0 votes kenny upshot › July 2, 2012
+0 votes Branden Myers › July 10, 2012
Great course to get your putting and approach game fine tuned. This is a shorter course but being tucked into the campgrounds and woods really help with your accuracy. The owners are great and pro shop has everything you could ask for.
+0 votes Walkin Holiday › August 26, 2012
+0 votes Glen Baldwin › October 19, 2012
solid course great place to work on your mid ranges ppl can claim its to short but most wont shoot a 44 par being 54
+0 votes Tom Denton › April 29, 2013
I started playing disc golf here in the mid '80s with a Frisbee. Also learned to throw golf discs here. Aces possible on almost every hole. Great course for 2 or 3 quick rounds of fun golf.
+0 votes Scott Bolinger › May 28, 2013
+0 votes Brandon Hainlen › May 30, 2013
Short holes. Lots of trees and hills.
+0 votes doug smith › April 8, 2014
+0 votes Brad Hargrave › February 4, 2015
Honey Bear is a great place to play! Has a little bit of everything. Pro shop has a great selection of discs at pretty good prices. A must play course if your in the area!
+0 votes Tim L › September 8, 2015
Pros: Nice people that own the course and campground and the best pro shop anywhere nearby with great prices. Beautiful old-growth forest with a nice variety of technical holes. Cons: Two different basket types are used...if they were all Mach-3 Spiders this would get a much higher rating from me, but unfortunately, half of the baskets are old Mach-2s, and they are absolute garbage, especially the ones out here, that have seen the test of time...this being one of the oldest courses in the enti ...
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Pros: Nice people that own the course and campground and the best pro shop anywhere nearby with great prices. Beautiful old-growth forest with a nice variety of technical holes. Cons: Two different basket types are used...if they were all Mach-3 Spiders this would get a much higher rating from me, but unfortunately, half of the baskets are old Mach-2s, and they are absolute garbage, especially the ones out here, that have seen the test of time...this being one of the oldest courses in the entire country. There used to be a once mighty flowing creek that beautified this course, but over the past several years, it has been pretty dried up and not in play. I've heard the area got a ton of rain this year though, so maybe the park has been restored to some of its original glory.
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-2 votes Jerry A. › July 7, 2015
Heard it was such a great place,drove almost 3 hrs to play,wasn't impressed,played 2 other courses nearby that were better,pro shop owner was a little arrogant too.