+2 votes Andrew DiRoma › October 1, 2012
course was 2 weeks old when we played. hole 5 was down look like something ran it over. other than that i would like to see a tournament here next season this is a real nice course. some good look and some real hard looks too then they get everthing in place this could be one of the top tournament spots or states here!
+0 votes Andrew Jackson › May 25, 2013
Some people will think I am being hard but the course is not complete, so it is not on par with completed courses. Tee pads are not present yet, lots of dead wood needs to be removed. Signage is a must. Some of the looks are quite interesting and create a challenge. This has the potential to be a solid B course.
+0 votes Edan Badajos › September 24, 2014
+0 votes Scott Johnson › October 19, 2013
Quiet course that wraps around and through cross country ski trails. Tee pads still haven't been improved, but from use this summer the smaller roots are breaking and the bigger lumps are packing down... plus the signage is up. Hole 19 is sweet.
+0 votes Tim Zoda › September 4, 2014
Tee pads could use some work and hole 5 doesn't have a basket. Other than that it's a great course to play.
+0 votes Taylor Jacobs › June 18, 2015
Solid baskets that were installed well. Signage is good and the course follows easily. Multiple holes make minimal sense from a disc flight perspective. If par 4 is what is truly intended on some holes then it could make sense on those holes. The rough is excessive on several holes, and you could be spending forever finding discs, even if only 5-10 feet off the fairway. This is another piece of alaskan land that could be a phenomenal course with proper care; however the thick rough is excessive. Tee pads need work also.