Moon Lake

Ft. Riley, Kansas     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + DJ Anderson › January 14, 2013
A-
Enjoyed the course, water and a variety of shots
-  +0 votes  + Dakota Beals › February 27, 2013
B+
Great all around course, this course will challenge even the most veterned discgolfer and will cause you to throw every shot in your bag. Doesn't have teepads.
-  +0 votes  + Adam Johnson › June 28, 2013
B-
Pro's. - a diverse and fun lay out. Had to use all of my bag. Good use of canopy, change in elevation, water and tunnels to make all the holes different and interesting. Cons.- Grass tee pads, t pads were not level, no signs, a lot of conflict area with people that are fishing. The only thing that could really improve this course will just take some time and money as concreet tee pads and signs would got a long way in making this a great course and worth a A rating from me. Another fact ...
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-  +0 votes  + Ken Braeger › September 7, 2012
A-
I thoroughly enjoy this course and it is never busy. There is great variety on shot selections and hole designs; you get simple straight shots, daring peninsula shots, precision gliders, and some long bombs. A good anhyzer or flick will help on more than one hole. Tee pads and signs will make this a premium course. Don’t confuse the good grade for an easy course. Some of the holes leave little room for error, like 8 and 11. Bring some floating discs. Depending on how you throw, you can b ...
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-  +0 votes  + Josh Carroll › September 3, 2012
A-
Pros: Absolutely stunning atmosphere. Definitely has the feel of a championship caliber course regarding the individual hole variety. Hole 6 "Hanging Basket" is a great novelty feature. Hole 8 "Peninsula" is nuts but crazy cool. Hole 13 was a fun precision shot. Hole 15 is an almost replicated version of Hole 1 at the famous Toboggan Course which was really cool. Cons: Better have some back-up discs handy :P I'm sure this will be a recurring complaint, but the walk from 18 to the parki ...
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-  +0 votes  + Daisuke Takahashi › September 1, 2012
B+
Moon lake has good combination of elevation changes, tight line, water hazards, road-OB lines with various length. Especially, Island shot on Hole #8 is always fun to play (I usually get involved in disaster though). I really like this course because we can test our basic skill-sets including spike hyzer, comfort-hyzer, straight, anny-line, forehand during a round. I know this might be true for many courses around there, but somehow I can feel that I need to have these basic skills to get better ...
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-  -1 votes  + Josh Prasek "Pricecheck" › September 9, 2012
A-
Needs tee pads and signs to be an A+. Still best course in the area. Especially since it's 18 holes and has an abundance of recreational activities to participate in within the course premises. (fishing, camping, running, walking, kayaking, grilling, playgrounds, horseshoes, and whatever other activities that you desire. There's plenty of room to setup a game of football or soccer as well.) Great place for the whole family. Here's a little additional info that's lacking from my initial re ...
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-  +1 votes  + Dimond Cutter › June 17, 2013
B-
A nice compliment to the other courses in the area. The road is ob and it comes into play often. There are many chances to lose your disc in water on 8, 11, 12, 15, and 16, or crevaces made by the huge boulders around 16 and 17. I'm not a fan of throwing or walking across other fairways as required on a couple holes. Holes 16 and 17 share a tee pad and you have to walk straight back up the fairway on 16 after you play it. Every t-pad requires a different strategy and you will have to rip ...
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-  +1 votes  + Tom Lowman › May 17, 2012
A
This course has everything the Riley Conference Center was lacking....and I really enjoyed the RCC course. But instead of hole after hole of huge bomb hyzer shots, Moon Lake will bring out the best in everyone's game. By and large the holes are not overly long (332 ft. on average / 5969 ft. total / 6065 ft. with alternate pin #2 placement), but a nice mix of shots are required to to successfully negotiate the course. Hyzer, anhyzer and flicks are all needed to play the eclectic mix of tight sh ...
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