Lake Linden Village Park

Lake Linden, Michigan     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + bud depetro › June 17, 2012
Had heard good things about this course but was disappointed to find no signage what so ever. Drove 2 hours and had to spend to much time finding it and figuring out the course. Does have nice scenery and baskets though. Just needs a little TLC
-  +1 votes  + Brad C. › August 12, 2012
Very good use of space. 9 more holes are planned. Best baskets around: Discraft Chainstar that have been powder-coated blue and gold, sweet! Open course for the most part so you can let it rip, esp. on 4 but enough obstacles to keep it interesting. New signs have been put in place since July 4th. More signage is needed and will be coming. Dozens of rounds are being played daily, great for an area that had never heard of disc golf just a year ago. Poured pads are planned down the road. Course is only a year old and has a lot of room to grow. A great start!
-  +0 votes  + Sebastian Hohl › August 18, 2012
Fun little open course! Room for expansion.
-  +0 votes  + Craig K. › May 30, 2013
Very high quality baskets installed and the designers paid attention! The terrain is well-utilized and there are plenty of opportunities to show off your drives and technical skills. With some holes having a range of 400+ feet, this is great place to get your max distance driver out and let 'er rip.
-  +0 votes  + Matt G › June 27, 2013
Wide open course for the most part. Just added the 9 holes two days ago making this a full 18 hole course now. Lacking any form of signage, but perhaps this will be fixed soon. Had to retrace my steps to find several holes I skipped. Dirt boxes, exceptional baskets.
-  +0 votes  + Jim Hewitt › July 26, 2013
This course needs information markers. It has wooden podiums so hopefully informational signs are in the works. As far as the course goes it has dirt tees, wide open with minimal obstacles.
-  +0 votes  + Garrett Myers › September 7, 2013
Great layout for how open the course is. Most of the holes are almost completely unobstructed so any line can be taken, which makes the course a bit monotonous. 9 more holes were just installed that change this up a bit. Some of the new holes actually have brush in play. The long holes make for some nice driving practice. Definitely the best course in the Keweenaw. Unfortunately the tees are only marked by piece of wood at the front of the tee, the "tees" are just dirt. Most of them are littere ...
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-  +0 votes  + Kevin Harris › June 18, 2014
Rating will go up when signs are installed and you can navigate the course. Mostly was wide open course with a few that had obstacles ( if we were throwing to the correct baskets). The course was vacant so our group of 4 would pick a basket to throw at and had a great time.
-  +0 votes  + Gary Lassila › June 18, 2016
Really nice signs have been added to all 18 holes which show the yardage and layout of the holes. Although the course is mostly open, it makes good use of the available trees. To my recollection, 10 holes are completely open and 8 have trees in play. I played recently and noticed that "pro" tee boxes are being added on at least half of the holes which will provide different lengths and angles. Currently the tee boxes are dirt with a 4 x 4 buried in the ground to mark the end of the box. Poure ...
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-  +0 votes  + D mart › August 10, 2014
It's easy to navigate, and a fun course. Some of the tees have buckets to put your trash into. There is nothing wrong with it, it's mostly made of distance drives out in the open. Nice views of the lake from certain holes.
-  +0 votes  + Nicholas Coon › February 19, 2015
-  +2 votes  + Kevin Gillhespy › September 11, 2016
Great course to practice playing in windy conditions.
-  -1 votes  + James Doherty › April 26, 2016
Completely open field, every single basket can be seen from the tee pad with no obstructions anywhere close, except for two holes. Also right next to a lake so the wind never stops, taking your shots all over the place. No challenge every hole is basically the same last choice for courses to play in the U.P.
-  -1 votes  + Kennan Johnson › September 10, 2016
-  +0 votes  + Jeff Foss › October 15, 2016
-  +0 votes  + Chris Schuchaskie › August 3, 2017
The course has 18 holes and 18 baskets. It's pretty open and not to difficult of a course. Fairways seemed to be pretty maintained and the tee pads were natural pads. I didn't get why some holes had pro tees displayed on the signs and no spots to actually throw from. Overall a good cours for ace runs and rec players.