-2 votes Corey Kieft › October 17, 2010
+1 votes Lance Pierce › May 27, 2012
This was an amazing course that was well worth the $5 to play. I wish It would come back.
+1 votes Jeff Kuehle › October 29, 2013
Please come back. I would gladly pay $40 for a season pass again!
+1 votes Zachary Vaughn › January 15, 2014
I really enjoyed playing this course. The workout was nice too. Multiple par 4's and 5's, tons of elevation changes. Good mix of open and wooded. The course could have used a few more side hill holes instead of mainly just uphill and downhill. But, the routing of this course is superb so that flaw can be overlooked.
+1 votes Tate Handy › July 13, 2015
+1 votes Matt Fraaza › July 14, 2015
+2 votes Marc Carls › July 14, 2015
Exhausting, exciting, and humbling. Wish it was a full time course.
+1 votes Ben Goodrow › July 14, 2015
Fantastic course. It is fair, fun and freaking hard...I will miss it
+1 votes Rodney L › July 15, 2015
Wow. It takes a while to get over the crazy fact that you are playing up and down a ski slope. Opportunities for a lot of big drives (and a lot of short ones). Tons of elevation to deal with and a lot of difficult putts. I hope you are in good physical condition because these hills will take it out of you. The course could be groomed a bit better, but the 2015 World Am players will have fun here.
+2 votes Jake Arndt › July 16, 2015
It is without question the most physically demanding course I have ever played. An experience I will not forget.
+0 votes Andy SmithFactory › July 17, 2015
HUGE COURSE!!!! Wish it would stay. This course has them all, long, short, uphills, downhills, sidehills. Find time to play this course before its gone cus it won't be back. For the amount of time that it has been in, it looks great. NICE WORK TO ALL THAT HELPED!!!
+1 votes Forrest Omland › July 18, 2015
I'd play here for $5 if it were open more often. Definitely a very physically challenging course but a very nice layout using the hills and valleys. On a hot day bring twice the water you think you'll need.
+1 votes Daniel J Lee › July 18, 2015
+1 votes Rick Little › July 18, 2015
Sick very long challenging course with big elevation changes up and down. Very fun
+1 votes Jordan Walters › July 19, 2015
+1 votes Paul DISC-OR-DIE Holstein › July 23, 2015
Huge 9282 foot course at Timber Ridge ski area with the fairways literally up and down the ski hill. When you see holes with a black diamond ski sign at the top you know it's going to be tough. Although the course was very physically demanding and filled with roped OB, poison ivy and stinging nettles, ski lefts (which I did hit) and other obstacles, multiple double mandos and PAR 5s, and of course The Abyss - I really really enjoyed it. Played it twice, once to warm up and again during play ...
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Huge 9282 foot course at Timber Ridge ski area with the fairways literally up and down the ski hill. When you see holes with a black diamond ski sign at the top you know it's going to be tough. Although the course was very physically demanding and filled with roped OB, poison ivy and stinging nettles, ski lefts (which I did hit) and other obstacles, multiple double mandos and PAR 5s, and of course The Abyss - I really really enjoyed it. Played it twice, once to warm up and again during play for Worlds 2015 (shooting 72 on a par 66). Definite A, especially considering the great food at Ski Lodge.
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-2 votes Jamie Vincent › July 24, 2015
This is definitely a champion course for the advanced players. I really enjoyed the holes in the woods..I wasn't a fan of the up and down, no benches or bathrooms on the course..Bring list of water if it's warm out.
+1 votes Dan Chando › July 28, 2015
A fantastic temp course set up on the ski area at Timber Ridge. This course is a beast, and for the 2015 AM Worlds, played around 9,300 ft. Lot's of uphill and downhill shots, some tight technical holes, and some wide open bombers too. This course will test the skills of even the best disc golfer. The tee pads were definitely a bit questionable on some holes, but given the fact that this is a temp course, that's to be expected. It's a shame that this course can't be set up every year. Timber Ridge could definitely benefit from having it in during the summer months.
+1 votes Peter Buijsrogge › July 29, 2015
Verry hard course