Triangle Sports Area

Green Bay, Wisconsin     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Joe Wollin › September 5, 2016
Plenty many times in Green Bay. Wear good shoes as many hills. Helps to play first time with a veteran as holes can be hard to know where one starts. Course could use trash bins. No fee. 19th hole is fun to throw from top of sledding hill.
-  +0 votes  + Nathan Renkas › July 27, 2015
A great course for beginners and seasoned players alike. Elevation changes are a real challenge, but overall distance is not that far. Still a challenging course with many hills and wind. Tee boxes are gravel and dirt, so an improvement can be made there. Signage is average but not a hard course to navigate. This has been my go-to course for the past 15 years. Certainly far from world-class, but good enough to keep you coming back.
-  +0 votes  + Scott Horrisberger › May 24, 2015
Course appears to be strategically designed to avoid full on assault of uphill toss and climb of the entire hill, but there are some halfway uphill shots and hikes. 1st hole has "equipment hazard" that can be frustrating, but if maintenance agency is going to put it there I'm thinking they might be willing to except the damage. Holes are relatively short, yet offer some good elevation challenges. Poor marked tee areas and poor footing on most tees. Good to learn on, but offers little challenge to those looking for a a more advanced challenge.
-  +0 votes  + Brent Dorn › May 5, 2015
Crappy course. way to many hills. I do not understand why so many like this place
-  +1 votes  + Adam "Da Savage" Sanford › November 1, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Drew Lichon › August 9, 2013
EXCELLENT COURSE!!!! The holes vary in distance anywhere between 200 ft and 400 ft, with massive hills that add an extra variable to the course. Whether you are a beginner or a pro, you are bound to have fun on this course due to the nature of the holes and the overall location. As stated in previous reviews all goes well until you reach hole 18. Here, you must throw across a hill with a possible 300 ft walk to get your disc if it rolls down the hill. It ultimately make or breaks your scorecard
-  +0 votes  + Zach Burmeister › June 27, 2013
Great Elevation variance. Good mixture of fairway and woods. Not a very difficult course yet a good use of time and fun course to play.
-  +0 votes  + Will Young › April 29, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Gabe Olifierowicz › April 9, 2013
-  +0 votes  + seth senter › March 13, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Justin Salzman › May 15, 2012
-  +0 votes  + nathan w › March 18, 2012
great course huge elevation changes
-  +0 votes  + Jesse Kettenhoven › September 8, 2011
great elevation practice 100%.. but over-all pretty easy.
-  +1 votes  + Nicholas H › February 11, 2011
Where I learned to play Disc Golf.
-  +1 votes  + Brian S › October 7, 2010
Pros: Above average variety of holes. Elevation freaks will definitely get their fix at this course. Number 18 is fun as a potential game-breaker during competitions (large hill which any drive has a fair likelihood of rolling down). Good course for practicing elevation changes and windy shots. Large parking lot and compelling ski hill location. Mostly open holes are forgiving for beginners. Most holes have signs with distance measurements. Two sets of tees. Cons: Constant uphill, downhill hiki ...
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