The Tailings

Iron River, Michigan     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Tim Kopacz › August 17, 2012
I love challenge, risk, and possibility for extreme disc golf - and this course is it. Sure, you'll encounter some bad rough, unforgiving areas off fairway, and generally rough edges - but that's what you get when you play a course up and down and around a STEEP ridge (the east edge course property line), full of old mining ponds and tailings piles, which slopes down to the beautiful Iron River (the west edge property line). The course design was meant to severely challenge a Blue level player ...
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-  +0 votes  + Nate Simpson › June 30, 2013
competition level course with rough that will make you cry or leave with a disc or two less. needs a lot of work and will never reach it's potential without substantial heavy traffic of which it will never find. stay in the fairways and have an amazing time. tees signs have mostly been destroyed. stop by the city chamber for help find you way.
-  +0 votes  + casey simmons › June 13, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Dan Hultin › October 27, 2012
Pros: This course is scenic, fun, a challenge, has unique holes that will test your long and short game and you will want to play the course again. The map was good and any sign I looked at was good. Lots of elevation on this course! Cons: Rubber tee pads that are sometimes too short or more like if you overstep you will have a very bad time... for the rest of your life... There is lots of water, the river and quarry come into play on many holes, gl finding your disc. Some of the rough re ...
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-  +0 votes  + Jamie Vincent › June 6, 2013
This course could be a solid A if they fixed some things up...its very confusing you need to stop into the office and get scorecards if your going to play...they should put cards at the information spot by tee 1.. if you don't have a map and its your first time you will get lost..however if your local you can do well..the upper peninsulas terain is something you can only find in the U.P. and that's what makes this course special...plays along the river which comes into effect on multiple holes.. ...
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