+0 votes Josiah Marks › April 21, 2016
+0 votes Ken Mitchell › April 8, 2016
+0 votes Matt N › August 5, 2015
+0 votes Bob Knapp › July 28, 2015
Overall a pretty good course. The trees provide a reasonable challenge even on the shorter holes. Take a photo of the course map near the start on your phone -- you will need to reference later during the round. Otherwise some tees (Hole 13) can be hard to find. If you want a challenge, have a big arm, and brought a few extra discs -- try the pro tees, wow.
+0 votes Taylor Jacobs › May 27, 2015
solid course from the shorts. longs need a little work, though not terrible by any stretch. if people on the course new proper etiquette it would be twice as nice!
+1 votes Scott Johnson › April 22, 2015
+0 votes Jason Soule › December 14, 2014
Great course with elevation and mix of shots!!
+0 votes Raymond Stenehjem › May 27, 2014
+0 votes larry nunes › May 20, 2014
+1 votes Greg Rouse › May 12, 2014
+0 votes Tay Harling › October 2, 2013
Need to update the signs posted by the tee box. Sometimes they can get confusing.
+2 votes Brett Hekkers › August 24, 2013
My favorite course in Alaska but Birch Hill is a close second. (That's probably my local bias and I haven't played Hilltop.) Locals have done an amazing job maintaining this course. Pro tees are intense and even the am tees are no joke. Watch your discs carefully, heard quite a few stories about lost discs. This is a championship level course, no doubt about it. Don't be a douche and pack out your trash.
+0 votes keeRon maiden › August 18, 2013
cold and wet
+0 votes Jordan Thies › June 19, 2013
+0 votes Tracy Rogers › June 18, 2013
+0 votes Andrew Rodgers › June 14, 2013
+0 votes Tre Jones › June 1, 2013
+0 votes Mike Risinger › May 27, 2013
+0 votes Joe Schacht › May 22, 2013
+1 votes Cory Knowles › January 10, 2013
Great course. Awesome views, varied terrain, very busy on sunny days. Easy to lose discs so have a spotter (especially hole 14 "the cliff hole"). Pro and Am tees, and two or more basket positions each hole. Watch for moose and other wildlife. I played nearly 90 rounds in 2012. Pack out your trash please.
+1 votes Jake Haskin › September 30, 2012
+1 votes Andrew DiRoma › August 25, 2012
18 holes of fun can play any kind of shot there!
+1 votes duane shelton › July 30, 2012
Course is a lot of fun be prepared to do a lot of walking and if u can't control ur throws also be prepared to treck through tall grass and devils weed!
+1 votes Aaron Kilborn. › June 25, 2012
+1 votes Chad Cole › June 25, 2012
+1 votes patrick zajac › June 5, 2012
+1 votes Johnny Eastaugh › May 23, 2012
+1 votes Eric Hepola › May 18, 2012
+1 votes Chris Goodrich › December 24, 2011
This is, in my opinion, the best course in Alaska (Hilltop can make an argument, and I haven't played the Juneau course). Kincaid offers a variety of shots, and makes you play smart. There are times where the best play is a short shot to set up a long approach. This course rewards a great shots, and can severely punish a bad one. Watch out for all the tall grass and wildlife, all but one round I've played here I've seen a Bull Moose somewhere along the way. He tends to be pretty chill, but ...
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This is, in my opinion, the best course in Alaska (Hilltop can make an argument, and I haven't played the Juneau course). Kincaid offers a variety of shots, and makes you play smart. There are times where the best play is a short shot to set up a long approach. This course rewards a great shots, and can severely punish a bad one. Watch out for all the tall grass and wildlife, all but one round I've played here I've seen a Bull Moose somewhere along the way. He tends to be pretty chill, but I also have stayed well out of his way. I have a hate relationship will Hole 12, and thing Pro 10 could use a redesign, but other than that, this course is challenging and beautiful. Pro 3 offers a great view, and if you're not careful will eat your disc, enjoy the view and the search.
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+2 votes Harry Hagelund › December 11, 2011
Great course! For sure my favorite course in Alaska. Some nice long holes and some technical ones as well. I wish it wasn't such a long drive from Kenai, I'd play it more often!
+0 votes Nick Peach › October 4, 2011
+0 votes Nathan Zorbas › September 5, 2011
Very nice course. Like the variation of long and short holes. Can be easy to get lost on the course if you've never played there before. Might want to put up a couple signs. That could help some people. Overall a great course!! One of my favorites!!
+0 votes Trent McKee › August 7, 2011
+0 votes Dizzy Dean › July 19, 2012
Favorite course ever. Where else can play be delayed because of Moose on fairway?
+0 votes Paul Murray › July 30, 2011
great course just don't try new throws if your not prepared to lose a disc lost a pink archon star on tee three at league doubles.
+0 votes J JACKSON › August 1, 2012
2nd favorite course in AK, but is a very close 2nd to hilltop!
+1 votes James Gough › June 23, 2011
+1 votes Chad Moore › June 16, 2011
+0 votes Matt B › May 12, 2011
+0 votes Raul Figueroa › May 12, 2011
+0 votes Don Nelson › May 11, 2011
+0 votes WILL HARRISON › May 10, 2011
+0 votes smthgfshy AK › September 19, 2011
+1 votes Dannie Hallin › April 23, 2011
+0 votes Chris Harrington › April 22, 2011
my favorite course
+3 votes Shawn Graham › April 18, 2011
+5 votes Jeremiah Simono › April 14, 2011
This is what countless volunteer hours put in by dedicated disc golfers can accomplish. A FREE epic pro level course. Its just to bad there are countless bone heads that have no respect for such hard work. Pack out your trash please!
+0 votes Thad Murgatroyd › March 24, 2011
+1 votes Steve Harmsen › May 5, 2011
This course offers challenges for all. Great views, relatively less crowded than other courses, concrete tee pads for long and short, alternate hole locations. Everyone needs to do their part in preserving this gem and help collect trash that is throughout the course.
+2 votes Zach Beltz › November 15, 2010
The best course in Anchorage in my opinion. Long and technical that requires different throws with a mixture of power and finesse. Definitely my favorite place to play in town
+1 votes Edan Badajos › October 22, 2010
-14 votes casey casey morris › October 26, 2010
+5 votes Jeremy Boyd › October 23, 2010
Kincaid Park DGC is absolutely sick. I consider it my home course and I think it's the best the state currently has to offer.