+0 votes Gary C › September 23, 2010
Great little city park course, popular and grassy with a long hole or two that I may be able to drive and birdie someday, in my dreams. Just 9 holes, but much different alternate tee pads have been created and painted for weekly Wednesday League events, see http://www.discgolfscene.com/leagues/Brigham_City_Wednesday_League_2010 . There is talk of another course being created in Brigham City, that would be great, details anyone?
+0 votes alex pommier › September 23, 2010
+0 votes Stu Jensen › September 25, 2010
+0 votes Tony T2 Martinez › September 29, 2010
+0 votes Brodey Hansen › September 30, 2010
+0 votes Kevin Dyslin › October 2, 2010
+3 votes Ryan Ranes › October 2, 2010
a fun course to play it will boost up your self esteem two far holes
+0 votes Tony Sparrow › January 17, 2011
Happy I have one so close to home. I cant complain.
+0 votes Chad Call › March 22, 2011
+1 votes Kurtis Pollock › March 31, 2011
+0 votes Jimmy hall › April 3, 2011
+0 votes Gable Valcarce › April 5, 2011
+0 votes Jacob Wilding › May 17, 2011
+0 votes Andrew Rawlins › May 26, 2011
+0 votes Mark McLane › May 31, 2011
A nice course to play with the family. Mostly open with a tree or two. I did sadly lose my best driver to the river gods on memorial weekend. The rain didn't help my throw as it sliced off into the raging water. Oh well, that's all part of the game sometimes.
+0 votes Stephen Hill › July 7, 2011
A nice little course with mostly shorter holes. Largely unobstructed fairways. Nice concrete tee pads.
+0 votes Eric Heaps › August 31, 2011
Great public park course.
+0 votes Steven Goen › September 2, 2011
+0 votes Bart Friederich › September 2, 2011
Enjoyed the open drive ways for most holes. I've yet to encounter very many people while playing very easy course to play. There is a small canal that's runs through the park but very low risk of losing discs.( I did however witness a chick lose a disc in a pine tree.) I really enjoy hole 2 3 and 8. I still have trouble with hole 6and 7.
+0 votes Remi Barron › September 5, 2011
+0 votes Shaun Reeve › September 9, 2011
Chill little course. Only 9 holes. Lots of bugs too =/
+0 votes Tim Nelson › October 2, 2011
+0 votes Robert J › December 4, 2011
+2 votes Jared Kastleman › December 13, 2011
Good little course with a few small elevation changes and some well placed trees. Most holes are short and present Ace opportunities. A creek runs through the course but does not come into play. Every neighborhood should have a small course like this.
+0 votes Markus Mika › December 18, 2011
+0 votes Tate Wood › March 8, 2012
+2 votes Danny his Bodaciousness Perkins › April 12, 2012
Perfect little course! Impossible to lose a disc, fun shots, grassy, you can play barefoot without worry, a river to take a dip in, lots of moving targets, excellent course to test out new discs and shots. A+
+0 votes Steve Suhaka › May 14, 2012
+0 votes Chris Alexander › June 17, 2012
All baskets are place to close to tee pads
-1 votes rj rodarte › June 17, 2012
Horrible course. I did shoot under but the layout sucks.
+0 votes Mark Gibby › August 5, 2013
Nice concrete pads. (We put them in) a bit marshy in spots.
+1 votes Jake Montoya › August 17, 2012
Pretty easy course. Great design though in a nice park. Great tee pads and baskets. No signage but the flow of the course makes it pretty easy to find your way around. I give it a B because while the course has great tee pads, baskets and flow it lacks any real challenge. Still a great little course to play.
+1 votes Todd Durrant › November 20, 2012
This course is in a nicely groomed park. It is a nice course for beginners and presents little chance of losing any discs. I'd learned on a much more challenging course, so when I played at John Adams park, I felt like it was a breeze. I couldn't read the par information on the cement pads (needs new paint), but using par 3 per hole, I managed to par the course my first time through. I'd recommend this one for a fun family outing. There are nice picnic areas and such, so the kids can play ar ...
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This course is in a nicely groomed park. It is a nice course for beginners and presents little chance of losing any discs. I'd learned on a much more challenging course, so when I played at John Adams park, I felt like it was a breeze. I couldn't read the par information on the cement pads (needs new paint), but using par 3 per hole, I managed to par the course my first time through. I'd recommend this one for a fun family outing. There are nice picnic areas and such, so the kids can play around while you're disc golfing. I agree with another reviewer that every neighborhood should have a course like this in a well-kept park, even if not too challenging.
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+0 votes William S Bauer AKA Billy Badass › March 19, 2013
Great layout guys, so much fun. I would play that course every weekend if I could. WW8 ruled! Thanks brodizz & NUDGA for a great event, amazing weekend.
+0 votes Jake S. › May 31, 2013
Easy, open course. Clueless people on fairways
+0 votes Jesse Baty › June 3, 2013
+1 votes Wade Johnson › June 25, 2013
I give this course an A because its user friendly good place to learn and practice and improve different shots for the more difficult courses. It's very well taken care of. My first course to ever play.
+0 votes John "SmokenTrue" furse › June 24, 2013
Easy course to easy at times, but very clean it is a good small course.
+0 votes Josh Flood › July 14, 2013
+0 votes Jacob S. › March 30, 2014
This course is a great way to finish a day of Blind Gully, but not a destination course in my opinion. Good tees and a few fun holes, but it gets old fast. Great for beginners.
+0 votes Quin Dixon › October 6, 2013
A well-maintained course, but it isn't too challenging. Always a good self-esteem booster.