Juel Community Park

Redmond, Washington     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Mateo of Hylton Baskets › October 17, 2010
Pros: *clean course *nice detailed hole signs/maps *easily navigational (flows well) *decent hole lengths *great baskets *many trash cans, tables, and one porta potty * multiple tees (not labeled) Cons: in my honest opinion the course was pretty bland. i didn't get excited over many of the holes. #1,#3,#8, and #9 were simi to full guarded baskets otherwise it was open field. it was swampy and wet, i can see it being a pain during winter months of play. a few of the basket heights were e ...
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-  +0 votes  + John Synco › October 14, 2011
-  +0 votes  + Erick Illg › September 29, 2010
-  +0 votes  + Cortland 88 › March 12, 2011
One if not the easiest course in the state. But LOTS of room to stretch your sh!t out. You can see the chains from each Tpad. Back nine is the same chains but Tpad is behind front nine Tpad. Huge 'Moosecock' on 17! Stay Gold.
-  +0 votes  + kyle b › July 6, 2011
Good use of limited space, not a "destination" course
-  +0 votes  + Brandon Boyd › July 11, 2012
Not a bad little course, nine holes with 2 tee's per for a total of 18. Good easy layout, great place to teach people how to play. VERY little chance of losing a disc.

The one huge drawback here is that almost everything is covered in about 3 inches of water. If you play here plan on getting wet. Really wet. Otherwise not a bad place for a quick round.

*Edit - Played yesterday after the park dried out. Long grass adds additional challenge and the course plays waaay better then its dry. Upgrading my rating to a B-
-  +0 votes  + carlee p › July 11, 2012
fun great begiiners and practice course for those who are trying to get farther in the field of disc golf
-  +0 votes  + Aaron Jerden › September 15, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Tim "Skip" Becker › January 3, 2016
Not much variety here. They have a giant field that they just put in baskets and tee pads. They added an extra 9 tee pads but I didn't see any point in playing the full 18 because the tee pads were 20-30 feet apart. Hey a course is a course though right?
-  +0 votes  + Brian V › August 17, 2014
Very open, which allows you use any disc to their full extent, be it driver, mid-range, or putter. Still, it's short and not a lot of obstacles which many might find boring or dull.