Amsterdam, Netherlands     1 course · 18 holes

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-  +1 votes  + Rob Taylor › March 19, 2011
The course was a lot of fun. It was bit of a pain to get being that is was a 25 min tram ride out there from Dam Square. Course was laid out pretty good though and it was worth the trip. It contains some very tough O.B. and had a wide range of shots. I only had a 4 disc bag so my options were pretty limited.
-  +0 votes  + Mike "playnaked" Boody › May 13, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Olivier Mackowiak › September 23, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Cameron "Still Cam" ficker › June 23, 2016
Great course. Just a short ride on the 13# tram from Amsterdam central. Glad I was able to play this course while I was in Europe. Course is great. I imagine its what Laurelhurst park(Portland OR) would look like with a disc golf course, with maybe a little Trojan thrown in. Has great landscaping. Lots of wildlife(rabbits, swans, and herons oh my). There is a great hill with a top of the world shot. A couple of shots over water. As other reviewers have mentioned, there was some mud do to constru ...
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-  +0 votes  + John Michael Doyle › January 26, 2013
I moved to amsterdam one year ago and this is my home course. Very difficult course to get par, but you can still manage decent amount of birdies if you are throwing well. Of course amsterdam is very high population density, so there are lots of others using the park. Hole #2 has an unfair ob line, but still a decent hole. Overall, this course keeps you sharp and you have to throw a variety of shots.
-  +0 votes  + James "Razor" Rizor › August 3, 2011
Pros: Could easily be the best permanent course in the Netherlands and features a number of different shots and holes: wide open, tunnel, wooded, left and right hyzers, and some fun mandatories. Hole nine offers a tee from elevation (about 30' feet from the plain) - if only it offered a real tee... Also, average length of holes is about 100 meters (+300') so it is an advantage to have a nice controlled big arm. Hole nine is 220 meters. Holes 4, 9, and 17 stand out as picturesque and adequately t ...
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-  +0 votes  + Art Fager › September 21, 2017
I played this not last fall but the year before. It was my first disc golf course in a country outside the US. The course was tight and a little grown up in some spots but overall in great shape. None of the holes were overly long. Course flow was good. Water will come into play (FYI hole nine has a disc in the water from USA). On a busy day you would need to pay special attention to others in the park. All in all a must play course if you are near it. I loved playing this course and wish ...
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-  +0 votes  + Ricky Jansen › February 5, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Peter Buijsrogge › June 30, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Jelte Visser › October 9, 2017
B to B+. Good course were you find technical holes, water holes long holes, tight ob holes, wooded holes and good mando holes! Good course to get to know your discs.