Old Airport DGC

AuGres, Michigan     1 course · 20 holes     Driving directions

Course reviews

Log In or Sign Up to review this course.
Most votes   |   Newest first   |   Oldest first
-  +3 votes  + Jakkob Lammi › August 25, 2013
Great course lots of cool looks, really tight greens , Good time though!
-  +2 votes  + Craig Prime › October 16, 2014
As of July 2013 redesigned as a 20 hole course with Chainstar baskets. Grass tee pads, handmade signs and 13 years of love from the designer and builder Ron Peludat. The City Of AuGres owns the property and is VERY receptive to advancing the course as interest becomes more obvious. The improvements made in 2013 include many longer holes and 10 new holes going through an entirely different section of woods on the Old Airport. Tight and technical and long and open, a challenge for all. Some holes can be wet in the spring. Volunteers needed, donations needed for concrete tee pads.
-  +2 votes  + Andrew Boyle › September 3, 2012
very interesting. have never been to a course that has poles instead of baskets. most of you were right about the sweet noise that the hollow poles make. got my first ace here so i thought it was pretty sweet. good mix of long and short holes. not much variation in right or left, in other words a lot of straight away holes. got lost going from hole 12 to 13. was kinda confusing. overall i enjoyed myself. it was nice to get to a course away from the normals i usually go to
-  +1 votes  + Ryan Doyle › August 8, 2014
Made our way back up to East Tawas again this summer and of course I brought my bag with me so I could get my out-of-state disc golf fix. I was pleasantly surprised when driving up 23 towards Tawas to see a sign that lets travelers know about the course. Good work! Pulling up to the course I was also glad to see a big, colorful, and very easy to read course marquee. The maps are a welcome addition too. The front side looked great. Fairways were cut and easy to navigate. Nice job on th ...
continue reading ›
-  +1 votes  + james-JOSH- russell › August 13, 2013
This course is gonna be awesome when completed and is a joy to play now. All us am3 types are sure gonna find it next to impossible to score an even par round. It will be at least an A- course when completed.
-  +1 votes  + TJ Wilson › August 23, 2013
Very fun course. Great mix of short and long holes with some tight technical shots and some wide open for the big arms. Course flows very nicely and has a good balance of righty and lefty friendly holes. With some time to get beat in followed by the addition of cement pads and more detailed tee signs, this course will be perfect. Very much worth the drive to play the new and improved course.
-  +1 votes  + Josh Bickel › September 1, 2013
-  +1 votes  + Mark ladd › September 6, 2013
Nice course played it last year when it was just the big posts, nice new back nine would be cool to see some of the old holes with some baskets too, can't wait to see it when it's all finished!
-  +1 votes  + Joseph Caldwell › September 7, 2013
-  +1 votes  + Jeremy Reisig › June 19, 2014
Big props to the designers of this course for using the land well to create a good final design. This course continues to grow each time I visit it, but it still has a lot of potential to achieve. Obviously, tee pads and tee signs are needed. Maintenance has got to be very difficult in this area, but it's a big playing factor. The grass is overgrown anywhere that's not the direct fairway. I know this course is still new, but the fairways REALLY need to be cleared on the wooded holes. Walking thr ...
continue reading ›
-  +0 votes  + Chris Evans › November 24, 2012
A lot of potential for this course, I love the old school poles, but this course would highly benefit from some baskets and concrete tee pads. Lots of space to correct mistakes, but also some fun technical holes.
-  +0 votes  + Michael Cox › July 5, 2014
This course is an impressive example of local dedication to a sport. All of the holes are well marked, the marking is consistent, and the fairways were trimmed. I walked the course, but left them money for what I saw being done. Excellent work, can't wait to get back up there and play. Note to the disc golf gods: yes, I should have left the disc where I found it. No, I was not upset that you took the disc back. To the dude whose disc I found then lost, sorry.
-  +0 votes  + Jeff Dutka › July 27, 2014
Super technical and well guarded course. I'll be back for sure.