Ira Township Park

Fair Haven, Michigan     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +5 votes  + donny v › March 6, 2013
Located just a 1/2 mile from Lake St. Clair. The course is a great example of how a disc golf course can be built almost anywhere. PROS: 10 custom-made baskets will bring back the old-school disc golf memories. 9 holes with duel tees will give everyone a chance to try their best shots, regardless of skill level. Not real easy or super difficult but you'll likely learn your lesson if you go off the fairways and into some thorns, poison ivy, and dense brush. Practice area coming soon ...
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-  +2 votes  + Nicholas Lalko › October 28, 2014
Solid course. I am reviewing this based off of it only being 9 holes which does kinda suck but what can you do.. I used to live next to stony creek but moved out to Algonac so I have to make do. Anyway, I did enjoy this course, nice place to practice ur mid/putting skills. Few slight elevation changes and some hook shots with a few narroways. Overall fun quick course, I'd rec running through it twice b/c it only takes 25 mins to finish. Def needs T-pads and the baskets are light on chains. Worth a look though! I'd play again.
-  +2 votes  + donald wilson › September 28, 2012
Very new course.... therefore well marked. Hopefully upkeep is kept up. Marked better than anyother course I have played. Short hole options, makes for beginners to play? Very unforgiving course. If not good throw light. Lots of poison ivy and thorns. Went for long drives and spent a lot of time digging threw very thick brush. Take your time and appreciate the course. There are open holes to try long drives but don't push it you will lose discs and it being a new course you won't find lost others..
-  +2 votes  + Ryan A › April 16, 2015
Absolutely love this little course. My first course I've played on, so I was really terrible and constantly in the woods. Only nine holes but it is managed very well and has some variety. Highly recommend for people in the area. Ace Race this weekend also!

Hopefully they are adding a few new baskets soon!
-  +2 votes  + Jacob Hunter › July 15, 2014
This course has sentimental value for me as it was the first course I've ever played. I had no clue what I was doing and probably spent most of the time in the woods. Now that I'm better this is one of my favorites. My only complaints are these: need cement tee pads, two sets of chains (the baskets were fine just need chains), and more than just par 3's. Other than those three things there is nothing to complain about. The maintenance has gotten much better and I have not had a problem with thor ...
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-  +1 votes  + Anthony Litts › July 3, 2014
Really nice layout for a 9 hole course with long and short tee pads. Plenty of room to add on later. You don't feel like your playing the same hole over and over again. Vast differences in hole layouts. A left and right hand friendly course.
-  +1 votes  + jeff y › September 28, 2012
A nice course. Watch out for thorns in rough.
-  +1 votes  + Zac Zabolotny › June 23, 2014
The course is maintained very well, surprisingly. But it's also very buggy and the tee pads are woodchips.
-  +1 votes  + Matt J › August 16, 2014
Good challenge !! Gotten better over the years .
-  +1 votes  + Josh Lynch › September 1, 2015
Nice short course
-  +0 votes  + steve sevonty › May 21, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Neil Duffey › August 21, 2013
the only thing i would fix is the tee pads, need concrete and good length tee pads, much like stoney's length. otherwise, im glad i found this close course.
-  +0 votes  + Matt Johns › September 2, 2012
-  +0 votes  + richard bell › November 4, 2015
Quick easy course. Rough is rough.
-  +0 votes  + Dave Heileman › April 19, 2016
-  +0 votes  + Troy Sampson › August 25, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Nate C › September 7, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Michael Baltierra › September 2, 2015
Nice course tight quarters but will belp improve on controlling your disc
-  +0 votes  + Adam Heaney › September 6, 2016
-  -1 votes  + shawn k › August 14, 2013
The day we went, the mosquitoes were thicker than anything I've ever encountered, The course is a mix of manicured and massively overgrown, depending on which hole and where along the way. All baskets are unbroken, but they seem to be a little higher poking out of the ground than my home course (Holland Woods). The "Jesus Thorn" trees are brutal and if you lose a disc, look up! Those thorn trees catch, grab, and hold anything they can grab. I shook the trees to get mine. Also, on Hole 3 have a s ...
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-  -1 votes  + m h › April 25, 2014