+0 votes Cal Benke- Team Tilley's › September 8, 2010
+0 votes Brandon Squires › September 26, 2010
+2 votes Kyle Mihatsch---Team Tilley's › January 27, 2012
Classic northern michigan disc golf course. Tight, technical and wooded. most holes have a closed ceiling which makes you throw low accurate shots. There are many deucable holes, but there plenty of chances for bogeys if you get off the fairway. Good baskets with good placements leave fun putts. The only bad thing about this course are the flypads. It is almost unplayable in wet conditions because the pads get a slime on them from tree poop and water. If this course had cement tee-pads it would be an "A"
+0 votes Dave Milewski › October 4, 2010
+0 votes David Frothingham › September 8, 2013
+0 votes Jason Karle › April 24, 2011
A great course but the rubber mats are terrible, would be better with natural tees. they are like ice!!! Would be nice if the park service or some locals were to put out some trash cans or pick up after the slobs who leave trash at almost every hole, people need to respect the beauty of nature and pack out what you take in!!!! Other than that it is a great place and I can't wait to play there again!
+0 votes Brian O › May 18, 2011
Great course with lots of elevation and variety. Bring a big arm and lots of finesse to get through this one anywhere near par.
+1 votes Scottie Reslock › June 2, 2011
If they had cement pads this course would get an "A"
+1 votes Josh Allen › June 18, 2011
Great course only real con where the tee pads. rubber mats and sand don't work well together. Pretty course with lots of elevation.
+1 votes Josh Wieschowski › June 23, 2011
I agree, cement tees would make an A+. Short, long, open, tight, up, down, this course has it all with plenty of natural beauty all around. This is one of my favorites. Again, trash is all around, carry a plastic bag and help cart out some trash!
+1 votes Rick Little › April 25, 2013
great course, its a gem in tc nobody knows about or dont feel like driving 15 mins to play
+0 votes Ryan Lepley › June 17, 2013
Might bump this course up if it had concrete tee pads. Like the layout though! challenging but rewarding.
+0 votes Duncan Gervin › July 21, 2011
Long grass is a terrible thing. Other than that this course is great.
+0 votes - br33zy - › July 27, 2011
+0 votes Mike Shields › August 25, 2011
Great course layout
+0 votes Lori Mullen WPD › September 9, 2011
+0 votes Zachary Vaughn › November 5, 2011
I give this more love due to the fact that it has such horrible tees. With concrete, this course would border perfection when it comes to course design vs. land. A hidden wonder in a mildly visited course.
+0 votes Keith Aten › October 2, 2011
+0 votes Taylor Goik -Dirty Mitten Disc Golf- › October 7, 2011
+0 votes Kerry Hanley › March 21, 2012
This coarse needs TRASH CANS!!! Because people are idiots and throw there garbage on the ground. Too bad or it would be in the top 10 of Michigan.
+0 votes Joe Wingett › May 6, 2012
+0 votes Brian Mulnix › May 7, 2012
Solid A with different tee pads.
+0 votes Griffin Dowswell › July 8, 2012
+0 votes Joal Kozma › July 23, 2012
Rubber tee pads need to go. I would prefer natural.
+0 votes Jeremy Reisig › July 27, 2012
This course plays very well. While it does give a very wooded feeling, this course offers some holes out in the meadow. Great variety of doglegs, tight lines, elevation, and unique hole designs. Cement would help boost this course's rep. Loved the open area by hole 18, which made for a very good driving range.
+0 votes Grant McMullen › July 30, 2012
+0 votes Roger K › August 12, 2012
Tough but fair. Live down state and was up in the area for a weekend getaway. Nice elevation changes and the woods are fun as long as you can see where your disc land. Finished +6 and was happy with that. Would play again.
-2 votes Angel Gilbert › August 27, 2012
played in 2006
+0 votes DETROIT J › April 11, 2013
A must play . I had a great time throwing this with my wife . This beautifully secluded course has it all . More good Michigan golf !
+0 votes Adam Wurm › April 26, 2013
+0 votes Josh Romstadt › May 21, 2013
+0 votes Ben Tschudy › May 22, 2013
Fun hills & woods with some open shots and hardly ever a wait on any hole. Much better without those stupid wooden blocks at the front of the teepads to trip over on your follow-through. Now to just replace the flypads with concrete and teach people that it's wrong to litter.
+0 votes MEET BABY MAISY › May 27, 2013
-2 votes Corey Kieft › May 27, 2013
+0 votes Nick Wickham › June 24, 2013
Needs concrete pads but other than that, pretty fun.
+0 votes Eric Grinwis › July 24, 2013
+0 votes Nate Knox › August 4, 2013
+0 votes peter kunoff › July 29, 2013
+0 votes bryon figueroa › September 13, 2013
+0 votes Justin Olson › September 24, 2013
Beautiful elevations and technical. Needs textured cement tee-pads. Great course.
+0 votes Forrest Omland › May 2, 2014
Very nice course. Played here for first time in tournament.
+0 votes Dave Minock › October 7, 2013
+0 votes steve nolff › October 23, 2013
Wonderful course. Not another soul on the course on a Saturday afternoon. Great use of the elevation and area. Tee pads were fine, even wet. Only problem were the toolbag soccer parents. Has to be hundreds of parking spots in this park in the way of grass lots. 60 cars or so had this place a mess, parking across the lot entrances and virtually anywhere that could cause problems. Small irritation, worn away by the spectacular fall round here. Just another jewel in the crown of this areas disc golf scene.
+0 votes Josh Noce › November 30, 2013
+0 votes Jay B INSANITY DGC › June 16, 2014
Course is awesome, would bave rated it an A if there was concrete pads instead of sandy flypads
+0 votes Aaron Goofy Mitchell › June 18, 2014
+0 votes Jerimiah Mack › July 8, 2014
Tee pads were rarely suitable. In fact, after hole #3, you would be better off avoiding them altogether. Few were level. All were either slippery with sand or mud, or they were 3'x3' squares. Elevation is the major obstacle at Myles Kimmerly; Death Putts abound. No mosquitos! Signage often exaggerated dog-leg curvature or otherwise failed to accurately represent the hole layout. I had to walk most holes just to gain general direction. Local score card is more forgiving than DGS. I was -2 on paper, DGS=+2.
Course played like a mini-Leviathan (Luddington, MI).
Course played like a mini-Leviathan (Luddington, MI).
+0 votes Eddie Switek › July 18, 2014
+0 votes Ben Calhoun › July 21, 2014
+0 votes Michael Elmore › September 3, 2014
let's put in the cement pads and get an A rating