+3 votes Dave Dietz › September 27, 2010
I love coming here. The Harford County Parks and Rec. crew do a great job at maintaining the course(along with some other volunteers). There are no other activities going on here except disc golf. It's a great place to get away from everything. Very quiet and peaceful. Every hole has at least two pin placements to keep things fresh. There is good variety here as well. Lots of different elevation changes, good mix between open and wooded shots. Great signage and website (http://www.scarborohills. ...
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I love coming here. The Harford County Parks and Rec. crew do a great job at maintaining the course(along with some other volunteers). There are no other activities going on here except disc golf. It's a great place to get away from everything. Very quiet and peaceful. Every hole has at least two pin placements to keep things fresh. There is good variety here as well. Lots of different elevation changes, good mix between open and wooded shots. Great signage and website (http://www.scarborohills.com ) with any info you need, makes it a breeze to find your way around. The local player base is growing and running weekly events(doubles, tags, and legal winter glow).
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+0 votes Benjamin Bohl › October 27, 2010
Very nice course and a great layout done by the guys out in Harford County...Great being able to play so close to where I grew up...Hole 17 was the only downfall on the course with the huge uphill walk..
+2 votes Elliot Pfarr › November 21, 2010
One of my favorite places to play. It has hole's characteristic of a goal course at the start, and gives you plenty of challenges. Doglegs, elevation changes, open holes, wooded holes. Has some nice views as well.
+0 votes Brad Schappell › December 21, 2010
This is one of my favorites. Great open spaces and tight shots on some. All around great course. Parks and Rec keep the place really nice. The tee pads are super grippy (if it didn't just snow). Perfect course for beginner and pro alike
-2 votes Wayne Freight Train Trump Jr. › March 2, 2011
+2 votes Scott H › May 22, 2011
Great course that is extremely well taken care of. Holes take you through woods and fields making for a great round!
+0 votes Corey Stahl › June 1, 2011
Good combo of wide open and in the woods. Fun course to play. Pretty clean and quiet
+0 votes Christopher "THUMBER" da Rosa › July 22, 2011
+0 votes ray mclaughlin › July 18, 2011
Since playing my first round here in may i've made it a priority to get here at least once a month.Good mix of open and wooded holes with elevation changes,.water hazards and mutiple pin placements.The locals are a good bunch of people who obviously have taken great pride in their course and are still working to improve it.
+1 votes Jeff VanSpriell › November 18, 2011
I moved to Maryland from Colorado in June 2011. Probably played 7 or 8 courses out there, but none compares to Scarboro Hills. Love the mixture of tight wooded shots, open fields, change of elevation. Plus the guys out at Scarboro are pretty cool and welcoming. I'm very happy to call Scarboro my "Home Course".
+1 votes Geremy Gieryna › October 23, 2011
+1 votes Facundo Silva › November 7, 2011
+0 votes Joshua Lemly › February 26, 2012
Great mixture of holes to rip it on and control. Ongoing work continues to improve the course and great mixture of events throughout the year. Course is easy to navigate and can be enjoyed by many different skill ranged players.
+0 votes Jared Brazil › April 14, 2012
+0 votes Chris Archibald › July 29, 2012
+0 votes BRIAN MAY › August 1, 2012
+1 votes Michael Sung › August 23, 2012
Nice course that is beginner to intermediate friendly but hard enough that a pro isn't going to shoot a 36 here. It's a pleasant course in which the Parks and Rec guys and the Scarboro guys take great care of. The guys in the club are great all around guys and players.
+0 votes Tim Stevenson › September 24, 2012
+1 votes Gar Neely › January 1, 2013
This course is awesome and a great way to start out the year. A+ on the grounds-keeping and the easy to follow layout. Thanx, Gar
+1 votes Timothy Henshaw › January 3, 2013
Fantastic course. It was a bit of a drive for me to get to but well worth it. Played it for the first time on New Year's Day 2013 and it was a hell of a way to start the year. Great signage, layout and overall fun course. I am privileged to play Tyler in PA. and Iron Hill in DE often, and I would place this course right alongside the both. Also want to give big thanks to the locals who were super nice and welcoming. Not always the case in my experience. Maintenance and upkeep are very noticeable as is the love the people who play it often have for it. Thanks.
+0 votes Mark Laubner › April 7, 2013
This course has a pleasant mix of woods and open holes. The terrain can be challanging to traverse because you are up and down some decent sized hills, but the folks that maintain the course are constantly making improvements and cleaning up the grounds. Scarboro does a great job hosting several tournaments through out the year, along with a year-round tag match, doubles and glow doubles.
+0 votes Roger Cole › June 6, 2013
Can't ask for anything more! Field holes, Wooded holes, challenging, but not too long. Many narrow drives, without trees clogging up the line. Well cared for course!
+0 votes Steven Penton › March 19, 2014
Love this place
+0 votes Todd Slater › June 1, 2014
Nicely maintained course with a good mix of shots. Wooded sections are tight and challenging. Open holes are very manageable with plenty of birdie opportunities.
+0 votes Michael Heredia › July 8, 2014
This course was challenging, yet very enjoyable! I will definitely be back whenever I am in town! My only request is that the grass be cut a little lower. It was rather hard to find my discs on some of the open fairways.
+0 votes Scott Miller › September 9, 2015
great course the second time you play but despite decent signage some baskets are tough to find. Takes a run through to figure it all out. Also, be prepared to wade through some poison ivy with errant tosses.