+0 votes Pete Amandesso › March 5, 2016
Very straight forward course. No giant holes but a few challenging shot requirements here. A few holes are placed tight to the river bank, where you could lose a disc if you aren't careful. Just a pleasant little course, right in the heart of Jamestown.
+1 votes Dan T › September 29, 2015
Pleasant little course. Has some fun shots. Mostly short holes with only a few more than 350' and on barely over 400'. Biggest gripe is none of the baskets are guarded. All the baskets are in the open. Makes it easy to navigate, but if there were multiple pin placements and some hidden just behind trees, it could be much more interesting really quick. I played late September and conditions were perfect.
+0 votes Andrew L. › May 15, 2015
I grew up in Jamestown and love this course. The only downfall of the course is in the spring when we've had a lot of snow and the rivers are flooding. Other than that, the course has some long holes, some shorter holes that require accuracy and a mix of everything in between. The course is challenging enough to keep you coming back again and again.
+1 votes Shane B › August 21, 2013
Was a very fun course. The course isn't flooded any longer. I will return there when in the area.
-1 votes Chris Goodrich › October 22, 2011
The PDGA site tells you that this course was damaged by flooding in 2009. When we were pulling in we noticed a one of the pin bases was underwater. We played hole 1, then discovered the #2's tee pad was completely underwater. We ended up playing 8 of the 18 holes, but overall the stop was a waste of time. It was too bad. 18 old Discatchers that are just left sitting instead of being placed in an area people could use them.