+0 votes Nate Smith › August 3, 2012
Very peaceful and easy to follow layout. A few holes play along a river that is perfect for cooling off. I appreciated it being a project by the school and community. I saw signs downtown directing me to the course and flyers in a couple of the shops. I will be playing again.
+0 votes Jonathan Brzys › August 1, 2011
Great new course. Natural tee pads with great flow between holes. Being that is it so new it still need a little work to knock down the ferns and clean up the sticks but with foot traffic this will come over time. The course does not offer much in terms of elevation change but makes up for with a great challenging mixture of shots and hole lengths from tight fairways to open holes to dog legs both left and right. The shortest hole clocking in at just under 200 ft and the longest and just under 5 ...
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Great new course. Natural tee pads with great flow between holes. Being that is it so new it still need a little work to knock down the ferns and clean up the sticks but with foot traffic this will come over time. The course does not offer much in terms of elevation change but makes up for with a great challenging mixture of shots and hole lengths from tight fairways to open holes to dog legs both left and right. The shortest hole clocking in at just under 200 ft and the longest and just under 500 ft, it gives you a change to really test your arm. A few holes on this course follow the Sucker River with hole 8 having to throw over a bend and having to sneak the disc between a 10 foot opening in the trees. An errand shot could have you swimming for your disc. Hole 9 had a great "island" basket being surrounded by trees making the player work for the duce on this under 200 ft hole. Finish up on a long 500 foot dog leg right, hole 18 makes the player work to finish the round off with a par but if they get greedy they will be punish when over throwing the basket because of the steep sandy banks that lay just beyond the basket. A wonderful wooded course in the great town of Grand Marais. This is a must stop if you are on your way through the UP of Michigan
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+0 votes brian phillips › September 14, 2012
Outstanding course designed by 9 high school students, well laid out, great location , a treasure in the woods well worth playing
+0 votes Jammer Gross › April 6, 2012
pretty easy to navigate, well marked. very serene and peaceful. easy to locate your discs in springtime before the ferns grow up!
+0 votes Jamie Vincent › June 19, 2013
This course is way off the beaten path. About 5 miles outside of Grand Marias. Has a creek running thru around 4 of the holes which is nice..very dry wooded course with lots of overgrow..still a fun course with a good selection of shots..really needs some garbage cans and a few more benches and lots of course maintenance
+0 votes roger wade › July 11, 2013
Just played this course with my sons while on vacation. It's got great potential. Excellent job by the High Schoolers who established it. A little more cleanup, a few garbage cans, and this will be a very nice course. I am used to more groomed courses and was unsure about this one for the first couple holes. It grew on me very quickly - it's a natural course in an interesting wooded area with some decent challenges. I would definitely play again if in the area.
+0 votes Jon Harris › September 25, 2013
A real nice course in the middle of nowhere! Great layout with good signage and plenty of benches. It also plays by the Sucker River which has some beautiful scenery.
+0 votes Jeremy Moran › December 3, 2013
SECLUDED 18 holes plays through moderately wooded forest. A variety of mostly flat rights and lefts with a notable creek coming in to play on a few holes. Teepads are natural and rutted but tee-signs have general layout and distances and quite a few benches. Nothing amazing but makes for a really fun day trip if you're in the area (and there's a brewery in town!).