+0 votes Nate Smith › August 2, 2012
This is a rough course with ferns, logs and stumps in the fairways. There are not clear lanes to throw and the most open holes are down two tracks with the pin tucked in the woods. 5 holes have doglegs that are more than 90 degrees making aces impossible even on holes around 200 feet. The turbines are unique whirling overhead and the maps provided at the start of the course helps with navigation. The course made little impact on the forest and is labeled as a natural course, so wear shoes and sleeves.
-1 votes brad chartier › September 23, 2012
interesting course, challenging. Directional signs rather than survey tape on trees would be helpful
+0 votes Jammer Gross "Team Tilley's" › June 1, 2013
+0 votes Matt Elgersma - iDisc for VEDS › June 16, 2013
If you are playing this for the first time, wear pants and bring bug spray. It is a lot different then most courses so be prepared. It is a "natural" course and there is little to no lines on over half the holes. The tee signs are great but it would help if the were all facing towards the fairway. Also needs some directional signs to help people find the next tee (grab a map or you will get lost). I am pretty sure the disc community up here is small because you can't buy a disc in any of the loc ...
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If you are playing this for the first time, wear pants and bring bug spray. It is a lot different then most courses so be prepared. It is a "natural" course and there is little to no lines on over half the holes. The tee signs are great but it would help if the were all facing towards the fairway. Also needs some directional signs to help people find the next tee (grab a map or you will get lost). I am pretty sure the disc community up here is small because you can't buy a disc in any of the local stores, this might be the cause for little to no course maintenance (some dead and fallen branches could be moved and yet the natural feel could remain). Get your birdies early because the back 9 is very difficult to pull them off. Overall because of navigation, some of the ridiculous fairways, and lack of course maintenance, I will have to rate it at B-. I do appreciate trying to keep a course natural, it has good potential with proper maintenance and some fairways moves
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+2 votes Jason McCary › June 23, 2013
Blah, not even line to hit.
+2 votes Josh Romstadt › July 31, 2013
Worst. Course. Ever. Of all time.
+0 votes Steven Heckathorne › August 9, 2013
+1 votes Nick Rockey › August 10, 2013
Wow, really missed the boat on this one. Beware of the Poison ivy everywhere. Stupid baskets placements, hard for the sake of being hard. Signs that don't tell you which way to go, I really don't have anything good to say. Waste of time. Oh, a gun range? very very close, lots a shooting, too close.
+0 votes Tom Pluister › October 7, 2013
I wish someone would have contacted me about designing this course. I'm disappointed in it.
+1 votes Cal Benke- Team Tilley's › August 12, 2014
Did not throw. Walked some holes. Need spotters. Lots of poison ivy. Should be better. Too bad, the effort was there, but I think that the finishing touches were out of the designers control.
+1 votes Brian O › August 18, 2014
It starts out with promise but a few holes in the fairways disappear completely. If physics didn't exist the suggested paths would be realistic but that is not the case. The tee signs face all different directions and give no indication of which way the basket is, and since there are no fairways on most of the holes, one is forced to wander aimlessly until they catch a glimpse of pink tape on a distant tree. With a little bit of clearing and adjusting of tees, this could be a fun course.
+0 votes Adam Hubble › November 13, 2015
Where's the basket???
+0 votes Kevin Gillhespy › April 17, 2016
Second worst course i've ever played, needs to have some of the holes re-designed was crazy hard to navigate no real way to shoot a decent round here.