Spearfish Canyon DGC

Spearfish, South Dakota     1 course · 27 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Carl Peterson › August 20, 2016
Just played this course once and will never again be able to visit SD again without playing it. The pictures don't do it justice: the elevation changes and the scenery of Spearfish Canyon are so much better than can be shown. The course doesn't seem to have a lot of parking and I only saw one other player, but it is so well put together and maintained that it looks like there must be a good sized club behind it. Maybe there is, I don't know, but anyway, my thanks to those who care for this co ...
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-  +0 votes  + Dan T › October 5, 2015
Great Course. Lots of elevation. Active course maintenance by dedicated club. A few hanging baskets. Destination course.
-  +0 votes  + Mark Klewicki › July 4, 2014
This course absolutely rocks! By far one of my most favorites. Very challenging and will test your accuracy. A great mixture of shots in both short and long. There are even several baskets hanging from trees. There is some hiking involved so bring plenty to drink. The course does take some time to play due to the terrain and length of the course. Many elevation changes with uphill and downhill shots. On hole 27 you are throwing off the edge of a cliff 250ft to the basket below. How cool is that! This is just an awesome course so go check it out now!!!
-  +0 votes  + Justin Keiry › February 3, 2016
This course is F*ing epic.
-  +0 votes  + Ben Pray › August 31, 2016
-  +0 votes  + Ethan Marquardt › August 20, 2016
Great course with challenging shots. Great guides to next baskets. Only downside is the teepad is not cement. Multiple different basket locations, which gives the course a new challenge ever switch.
-  +0 votes  + jeff Balthazore › October 10, 2016
WoW Mountain is the easiest way of putting it I kept hearing it's a canyon but no it's on the side of a mountain bring your hiking boots you need them great signage most holes are pretty short lots of trees and mandos but overall a very fun and challenging course i'll strap on my big boy boots and play again.