+0 votes Jason Ponchahar › Original course › August 10, 2016
+0 votes Jason Ponchahar › Champion course › August 10, 2016
+0 votes Brad Brundage › Champion course › January 27, 2016
Extremely tight course. Not my favorite in the area, but still private course so fun to play.
+0 votes Philip lyon › Original course › January 24, 2016
+0 votes Michal Gray › Original course › December 20, 2015
+0 votes Michal Gray › Champion course › December 20, 2015
+0 votes Jared Dow › Champion course › October 9, 2015
Not as bad as a lot of people think it is. Just take your time on your shots. I stressed over this course the most at World's and managed to shoot a 53 with 2 good kicks and 2 inside the circle missed putts.
-1 votes Peter Buijsrogge › Champion course › July 29, 2015
Verry hard and tight course
+0 votes Mark Mahaffey › Champion course › July 28, 2015
played while at worlds, im glad i live 700 miles away, not a good pick for a worlds tourney. if i ever have to play it again i will play it blindfolded i dont think it would change a thing
+1 votes Dan Chando › Champion course › July 28, 2015
This course is basically built in a swamp, through some of the thickest woods I've ever seen at a disc golf course. Some of the holes are so tight, you basically just throw into a mess of trees and hope and pray it gets through. There are several unnecessary OB's (hole 3 comes to mind), and a mando (I think on hole 6) that is a pure gimmick. I played this course one time, and will probably never come back. Maybe in 5 or 6 years when the course matures, some trees are removed, and some of the wet swampy areas are alleviated, this would be a fun course.
+1 votes George Bodiroga › Champion course › October 24, 2015
I appreciate the effort that went into creating this course, but I hope I never have to play there again. Bugs, swamp water and 10 foot wide fairways just don't deserve to have the word Champion associated with the name of the course.
+0 votes Lawrence Leonardi essentialdiscs.com › Original course › July 25, 2015
Short pitch and putt with narrow lanes, for the length of holes the narrow fairways are not bad. The mosquitoes will make any player understand we are not the top of the food chain here.
+0 votes Lawrence Leonardi essentialdiscs.com › Champion course › July 25, 2015
Talking with the owner/ creater the point of the course is to punish people who get off the fairway. Problem with that concept is, you need to first have a fairway before you can get off of it. A few key trees removed from the fairways this course could be an A+. But in the current configuration as it was for Worlds it plays too much luck vs skill.
-3 votes Jamie Vincent › Champion course › July 23, 2015
Haha what a joke of a course.
+1 votes Paul DISC-OR-DIE Holstein › Champion course › July 23, 2015
6552 foot mostly wooded course. I liked this course much more the second time I played it. I'm going to give it a B+ due to so many draw backs, but don't get me wrong this is a great course - likely designed intentionally to get the complaints that it gets. The rough is crazy unforgiveable, very tight lines, blind and roped OB. There is a 90 degree dog leg mando, and in some cases the mud was so bad we had to take relief in the fairways. Mosquitos, OB roads going right through the fairway ...
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6552 foot mostly wooded course. I liked this course much more the second time I played it. I'm going to give it a B+ due to so many draw backs, but don't get me wrong this is a great course - likely designed intentionally to get the complaints that it gets. The rough is crazy unforgiveable, very tight lines, blind and roped OB. There is a 90 degree dog leg mando, and in some cases the mud was so bad we had to take relief in the fairways. Mosquitos, OB roads going right through the fairways, huge elevation changes. But after all that, I shot a 62 at 2015 Worlds, which was the same as Oshtemo and 10 better than Timber Ridge. If you are a masochist, or looking to be seriously challenged, you will love this course. Better when dry and manicured I'm sure. Private course with a $5 fee and limited parking, but a friendly staff. You will need spotters on a lot of the holes.
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-6 votes William Gilbert › Original course › July 19, 2015
trash cans? benches? mud, water, narrow fairways, stupid!!!! this is the short or original course that i don't even play in worlds. wait for that review in a couple of days. A- really who was smoking what. a worlds class course not really at all. so many great courses out here to play or use in worlds and this crap hole was chosen!!!! might be in the top 5 worst courses i have ever played. i have played over 300 courses now. shotgun start at worlds? good luck with that. bridges over the water are a joke. i took my cart out on the shorts and that was a mistake.
+0 votes Sarah Morris › Original course › July 6, 2015
+1 votes Nick Elwell › Original course › June 8, 2015
-1 votes John Gomez › Original course › February 21, 2015
This course will make you work.
+0 votes Tyler Frisbie › Original course › June 8, 2014
-1 votes Chad Hutchison › Original course › May 30, 2014
-1 votes Bren Crowe › Original course › July 22, 2013
+0 votes Mike Wolters › Original course › July 21, 2013
-1 votes Doug Smith › Original course › June 17, 2013
+0 votes christopher rogalewski › Original course › December 29, 2012
like the woods and river like the like the jungle gym and hangin basket
-1 votes Brandon Spencer › Original course › September 3, 2012
-1 votes Fred Vocino › Original course › July 13, 2012
Gladiators : come here to face death and join the legion of extreme discgolfers. This course defies the conventional, where A / F is meaningless. It should be compared with other courses that are dedicated to harsh treatment of the weak or imperfect. My high rating indicates that the designer compares well with those others.
-1 votes Mike B › Original course › July 9, 2012
It's hard but Do-able. It's thick woods, so your always looking for gaps. It should be renamed "_*__*__ Tree!" because your going to find them.
-1 votes Katie Pickell › Original course › June 21, 2012
This course is beautiful and challenging! This was my first round here and I can't wait to come back and play again! Big props to Jon for an awesome disc golf getaway.
-1 votes Ryan Koster › Original course › April 14, 2012
Hard but awesome! Has some of the tightest fairways I've ever played.
-1 votes Stephanie McMichael › Original course › April 14, 2012
Difficult course. Most wear hiking shoes, and be prepared to get muddy.
-1 votes cody landers › Original course › March 29, 2012
Really wooded course, great for the short game, with tight paths and water comes into play on many holes. A hanging basket that will swing on a windy day, also a sand trap that costs a stroke another thing. Water on this course are a two stroke penalty.
-2 votes Scott Buchholz › Original course › March 24, 2012
Nothing can beat the difficulty of this course. Yes it might be hard, challenging, frustrating and down right insect infested. When you finish a round at this course you can't help to think.... "Wow difficult or not this is one of the best courses out there!" I have played many of disc golf courses and This one never makes it easy for you and will always keep you looking for that next gap to slip that disc thru! Good luck out there... YOUR GOING TO NEED IT!!!
+1 votes Derek Laird › Original course › January 11, 2012
tough course. Very tight wooded shots and very few open holes to grip and rip. You need a great mid range game to play this course well.
-1 votes Matt Blocksma › Original course › June 10, 2011
+3 votes Nick Bosovich › Original course › June 10, 2011
if u like throwing buzzzs and putters through small windows and enjoy getting eaten by mosquito's this is the course for you
-1 votes Niel Stoppa II › Original course › May 23, 2011
+0 votes Josh Mcvay › Original course › April 16, 2011
Extremely technical course. One of the most difficult courses I've played. Once the summer really hits, the ground firms up.