Lake Superior State University

Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + David Spilling › August 20, 2015
C-
Interesting campus course with some intimidating ob (border crossing). Needs a map as I was wondering trying to match up photos posted here to find the next hole. Course does not loop back to first hole. Single chain baskets and not much for tee boxes if you even find them. However, it is a disc golf course so if your in town check it out but don't make a trip to the Soo for just this course.
-  +1 votes  + Kyle Urban › May 31, 2015
C
This is not my first round here but for living on campus it is extremely close and gets that itch to go discing out of the way. First hole for those who don't know starts by the Norris Center's doors closest to Easterday Ave.. Most of the Tees are still visible some are not but look for small roughly 3x5 gravel tee pads. Most holes have two but I play the same tees every time to be consistent. I will try to upload some pictures to help navigate since it is a little hard if you have never disced here before.
-  +0 votes  + Greg Argyle › August 31, 2016
D-
-  +0 votes  + Chance Randall › July 22, 2015
C+
Not Terrible, better than the only other course in SSM. It's a short 9 hole course. Good short holes for beginners. Beware hole 5 (along the back of the arts building) the brick wall will chew your discs up with no remorse. They mow the grass regularly which is nice.
-  +0 votes  + Mary R › September 27, 2015
D
Not worth the time and effort. If you are not from the area and unfamiliar with this course finding the tees is a pain! Needs direction signs and tee off posts!
-  +0 votes  + SgtD Corbett › July 23, 2017
B-
I was there for the locks so it was convenient. The course is enjoyable and pretty easy. It's fairly short but has some interesting elevation changes. There are some incredible views of the bridge to Canada and the third hole offers an outside chance of losing a disc over a fence. The hole next to the art building adds a little excitement knowing you could break a window or grate your disc on the bricks. You'll barely be able to find any indication of the tees so the first time you play it's kind of irritating.