+1 votes Matthew Morris › September 21, 2011
+1 votes White Bag Kris › April 11, 2011
+0 votes jake miller › May 24, 2011
the baskets were made by troop 742 or something like that, i think a paraplegic could make a better basket the discs fall right threw the bottom, the actual basket spins and swivels. one tee pad for unlabeled holes.. dont waste your time come play with me in newberg lol
+2 votes Alex Huscher › May 25, 2011
One gravel tee pad for nine unlabed, low quality baskets. Its not the best course, but I guess its better than nothing.
+1 votes THE "BEAST" OF THE WOODS › June 7, 2012
This course is a disc eater for anyone with an arm to ace-run these SHORT technical holes. Thick brush in deep gully behind baskets, DON'T overshoot the baskets! All 9 holes share the the same fairway, most baskets in view from any tee pad, thus confusing as to which basket to aim at. No tee-pads, just paint on paths to mark front of tee with hole#. Baskets are custom made by local boy scout troop( very cool to involve boy scouts) maybe the next area course could have a little more real estate to use.
+0 votes Jonathan Mutchler › September 4, 2013
The only reason I give this course a C+ is because I really like the new layout. The baskets are what get it the low score, plus the fact it only has 7 baskets.
+0 votes Larry Batchelor › September 13, 2013
Tell me who runs this park so we can work together on getting real baskets in, parking will always be what it is but for us that live close it could be a gem! And I dont mean oregon city parks I mean the real guys who are involved.