-1 votes Daryl Davis › September 23, 2010
+6 votes Ken Long › June 29, 2011
In June '11... Kimball Pines DGC (among other areas) suffered a natural disaster. Most trees were felled by the storm which came through the area. Soo...no more disc golf at Kimball Pines. If all trees were cleared from the course... Kimball Pines would never ever be the same. RIP Kimball PInes DGC.
+3 votes Eirik Kauserud › October 3, 2010
I always enjoy Kimball pines. It's tough. It's punishing. luck is valued much less on this course than a vast percentage of other courses. Hole 1 introduces the course well. An A- with less stolen baskets, tee's on the holes without and better signs.
+0 votes Robert Radtke › October 3, 2010
+0 votes Ray Lockmiller › October 6, 2010
+0 votes Steve Hedstrom › October 29, 2010
Challenge to most golfers. Woods on almost all holes, elevation, good pin placements.
+0 votes Jason Karle › November 8, 2010
Could be real nice if you could find your way around and all the baskets where there.
+0 votes chad curtis › February 23, 2011
A great, challenging course. The park lacks amenities--restrooms, benches, signage but the golf is top notch.
-1 votes Wade TF › March 7, 2011
+1 votes Nathanael "Nasty" Scott › March 15, 2011
I would give the lumberjack course an A+
+0 votes Nick Archer › May 18, 2011
Great Course when you set aside the minor flaws. Missing 17 Basket, had to shoot at 4x4 post. Would be very nice with all cement tee pads, hole 4 needs a foot stop to avoid sliding down hill, course needs signs.
+0 votes Taylor Goik -Dirty Mitten Disc Golf- › October 7, 2011
+0 votes Davis _ › April 13, 2012
I only ever shot a good round once at kimball, but I would always go back for more punishment. It's really sad that the course was destroyed. The lumberjack just isn't the same anywhere else!
-1 votes Angel Gilbert › August 27, 2012
played in 2005 very tight fairways but still a nice course would like to go back and play again.