+0 votes Jeff Hamilton › Rotary DGC › March 9, 2012
+0 votes Brian Christensen › Rotary DGC › March 19, 2012
+0 votes Matt winter › McKay Creek DGC › March 22, 2012
The front nine is a great course for beginners. Back nine and alternate 3 holes are definitely more challenging. New tee pads on back nine help alot!
+0 votes Rod Parker › Rotary DGC › March 26, 2012
Nice course for family and beginners. Very well kept with restrooms and plenty of parking. Some additional alternate basket placements during tournaments will make this course more changelling.
+0 votes Rod Parker › McKay Creek DGC › March 26, 2012
One the tee pads are in the course will be awsome. If you don't know how to play elevation and in the wind you'd better learn. Plays different from the moring to the afternoon because of wind. Some nice longer holes that the Rotary Course makes it more of a challange. Some trees or man made obstructions would make it great.
+0 votes Dru "Stylez" › Rotary DGC › April 4, 2012
+0 votes Dru "Stylez" › McKay Creek DGC › April 4, 2012
+1 votes Adam D. › Rotary DGC › April 9, 2012
Nicely groomed, signs and Tee pads clearly marked, creative lines with a few creek shots. A great warm up for the back 13. ( Be carefull at dusk, your disk might disapear, punk kids messin around)
+1 votes Adam D. › McKay Creek DGC › April 9, 2012
Great potential. Long shots. Ups and downs. Crazy hillside run at top with the wind. Tee pads still under construction, signs are all in. a little rouigh on the landscape but they are bringing it together well
+1 votes Brandon Vaughan › Rotary DGC › May 24, 2012
I am from Roseburg and have played Whistlers Bend park and Riverfront park for yrs. (lots of trees). Also I've played columbia park in tri cities Wa. I would have to say the layout of the back nine is awesome. Having to throw the contour of the hill on hole 12, I believe, is alot more difficult than it looks. over all its the best course for this area. Absolutely no trees on the back nine and very few on the front nine. the back nine could also use a brush hog lol Very nice job designer
+2 votes Thomas "T" D. › Rotary DGC › June 4, 2012
Great use of a community park. A little bit of everything (tree's, long holes, technical shots and water) make it a fun but somewhat challenging course. Plenty of trash cans, drinking fountains, rest rooms and a gazebo for BBQ's. A family park means a bit of pedestrian traffic but they all were so courteous and friendly to the disc golfers. The Wheat City Throwdown alternate pads will make your game more intense. Beautifully maintained, great signage and new tee-pads make this small park a must play!
+2 votes Thomas "T" D. › McKay Creek DGC › June 4, 2012
The tougher side of the two courses! Lots of elevation changes in a small area plus an always changing wind can make this course a challenging one. No real obstacles to speak of except the tree"s on a few holes. Again, The Wheat City Throwdown lay-out can be a real game changer! New tee-pads (rubber over concrete) are awesome. Lots of hard work by the course crew (Robert and company) and the soon to be added grass fairways will be even better. Great work Guys!!