+2 votes Sean Chapman › July 6, 2012
Very fun course. Good use of grounds. They have nice mach III baskets and rubber mats for tee's. The only thing that keeps this course from getting an A+ is there are not tee signs (only spray painted #'s and length's that are written in with a sharpie on posts) or concrete tee pads. Also, The grass is kind of tall in some spots making it tough to find a disc if you throw a wild disc. One of the better course's in that part of the state. I will play this course again and again. I was also able to get my first ace on #7 at Silver Lake.
+0 votes Ronald Allen › February 25, 2013
+0 votes Brian Vogel › January 25, 2013
Nice course. Well maintained. A little repetitive. A good course to run to straight after work before it gets dark.
+0 votes justin 'bucs rule' caldwell › February 28, 2013
+0 votes Nat Dick › December 30, 2013
Fun, short course in a well-maintained park
+0 votes Doug Hale › February 10, 2017
Fun 9 hole course, work under way to expand to 18 and re-design existing layout. Shorter holes, good for family/beginners. Poor signage like most courses in Seattle. Easy access and parking, lots of other park users to watch out for on sunny/nice days. Lots of alternative pin/tee layouts for Safari golf, but default layout is pretty straightforward and non-challenging.