Oregon State Hospital

Salem, Oregon     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Jeff "MaxPsych" Heltsley › November 30, 2013
C+
Working on upgrading this course. Numerous obstacles include the fact that it is a part of the hospital and a historic location. I am currently working with hospital administration to allow tee pads, baskets, and signage. Hopefully to be in place by spring 2014. I uploaded an image of the course tees/tone poles as it was redesigned when the new hospital building went in.
-  +0 votes  + Steven Egler › November 11, 2011
B
nice place for tones, good workout great grounds
-  +0 votes  + THE "BEAST" OF THE WOODS › May 28, 2012
C
This 9 hole beauty is a great winter course. Not too easy, not too technical. Tone poles instead of baskets require accurate putting, no tee-pads but with a guide you can find your way to tee areas. No underbrush so you won't loose a disc here.
-  +0 votes  + Bill Harpster › July 1, 2012
C-
Ok so if you have a guide you will be able to play this course, BTW tone pole are very hard to hit(not forgiving). Not to long or short.


I don't think any course with no tee pads or some kind of signage should get a rating better then a C.
-  +0 votes  + Jacob "SMURF THROWER" Severson › July 1, 2012
D-
Tones are always going to get a lower ranking due to the fact that well.......they are tones. That being said the layout is not to bad with some technical sides but there are no tee pads or even markers to know where to start or where to go next, there are some old 2 x 4s painted yellow pounded into the ground on end but by now they are hard to find even if you have seen them before. Put some tee markers in and tis goes up to a C+ put actual tee pads in and your looking at a B+ make a map or some alternate tee pads and its an A+.
-  +0 votes  + Chris "The Lip" Lippert › August 4, 2012
C-
its a fun short course with a few technical shots. Tee pads are very tough to find. There was also a tone missing the last time i was there, which is only a minor problem because there is still a pole to hit.
-  +0 votes  + Grape Ape › November 10, 2013
D+
Fun course.....but no tee pads or signage....First time on tones and had a blast. Up grade the course and this could be an easy A.
-  +0 votes  + Silas 'Fluffhead' Prince › March 7, 2014
B-
fun, technical course! love the tone poles!!!
-  +0 votes  + Broken Top › March 31, 2014
C
-  -1 votes  + - scottishrob - › October 19, 2011
A
A great course. Very technical. Both long and short holes. A little elevation change. The best part, always mowed and green. YOU NEVER HAVE TO SEARCH FOR A DISC!!!! Even better, hitting the bells helps your accuracy greatly. Hit this place up. Only bummer is the tees are difficult to find. Go with someone who knows the course the first time. Great course. **The north pole to pole only has four poles now because one had to be removed, bummer**
-  -1 votes  + Reuben G › February 9, 2013
B+
Beautiful lawn on this historic hospital, this tone course is weaved over several walk paths, and old tennis courts. Marked the tees with numbered stakes, so rate it higher now...