Tam O’Shanter Park

Kelso, Washington     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Josh Dearing › September 4, 2013
Small 9 hole course. Here's my take: #1 starts at Entrance to road near boxing center and maintenance shed, short for no reason, ~250', but gave up 200+ ft distance?. #2 fires over a park bench and hyzer into a little alcove near some bushes left. #3 is a straight shot with tennis courts right, and pavement long and left ~200' #4 This hole is fun, Throw about 250-275' over biofilter/pond area at basket near hill edge on right. A good risk reward shot #5 Straight out around 275-30 ...
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-  +0 votes  + Steve Carson › September 30, 2013
I've played this course twice now. The first time there were a few dozen people in the park on a Friday afternoon and we had to explain what we were doing there to regular park goers. The second time we couldn't play one hole as there were too many people in that area, and we had to be very careful playing over another group of people on the course. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE be courteous of park users as it is obvious that the course has been added with no thought of the dangers to these people. ...
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-  +0 votes  + Emmy Sue › November 4, 2013
Um. Wtf. Really really bummed out playing this course. I don't think whoever designed the course wasn't a disc golfer that's certain. I appreciate the effort put in to have a course here, but it just makes no sense. Too many holes are skipped due ti other park activities and the last hole is just next to a covered picnic area. Id rather drive out to trojan or twin cedars honestly. Even levy.
-  +0 votes  + Tim "Skip" Becker › April 21, 2017
-  +0 votes  + Chuck Meade › January 25, 2014
The only reason I get it below average is because it's not a loop. Otherwise it's a really nice short course.
-  +0 votes  + Brandon Tiemens › April 19, 2015
Fun practice course when u get tired of driving to a ciurse worth playing, but seriously people should pay attention to the signs at the beginning of tbe t-pads ther measurements are so far off its hilarious
-  +0 votes  + Dan D. › February 17, 2015
Fun course to play, I would give better rating if the layout was tighter and from whole one tee pad to hole 9 basket wasn't clear across the park. Hard to play in the spring with the soccer fields and park playing through 1/2 the holes.
-  +0 votes  + Bobby Powell › December 1, 2017
Really open course could have more baskets other than the original 9 but not to bad
-  +0 votes  + james A › December 9, 2017
The course is in a busy park, so you may not be able to play all holes due to people. Most holes are easy with hole #1 being the only one with any distance. Distances on signs are entertaining but not even close to accurate. This course is great to play as a stretch your legs when driving by on I-5 and if in the middle of winter or in the rain then you have no competition and can let it rip.