Valmont City Park

Boulder, Colorado     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + David Johnson › May 26, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Dan Chando › September 18, 2013
This is a fun little course, that sort of work's well with the land that it's build on, but if it were laid out differently it could really be way more fun to play by offering a better variety of shots and more overall length. Lot's of short holes, too many in fact, but that also means lots of ace runs, which is fun. Good moral booster for advanced players, it's easy to shoot some super low rounds. Perfect course for beginners. All the holes are marked with signs, and there are cement tee pads ...
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-  +0 votes  + Dan T › May 2, 2015
This is a good course to teach people new to disc golf on, because if they "get it" at all, they can have some chances for a bird. Not challenging at all to more experienced players, but has a few fun short slight elevation change shots. I had fun. Played all 18 holes in just over half an hour, so yeah, it is short.
-  +0 votes  + Tim "Skip" Becker › November 18, 2013
almost every hole is ace runable except for a select 4. overall really fun course and defiantly practices your short game and alot of mid range shots. there is some tough routes to the holes though! Very fun had a good time, although alot of player traffic(alot of newbies)
-  +0 votes  + Chi Beard › November 27, 2013
There are lots of frankly worthless holes here. 150-180 ft no obstacles. But it's my local 18 and great for ace runs and upshots.
-  +0 votes  + Richard O › August 20, 2013
My home course. It's short but fun. The first 7 holes play around a weird little hill with cactus and (in the summer) yellowjackets. In the winter, it opens up, and you have to work really hard to lose a disc. 3 long holes on 8,9,and 10. 12-16 are "birdie alley"'. The last two holes play across a manicured, heavily watered athletic field. These different portions f the course give you some different flavors to adjust to. Big arms may cry a little, but they have a hard time dialing back to work with the short touch-shots.
-  +0 votes  + Chadd S. › June 17, 2015
to short and about to lose the front 7 soon if people dont start showing up for meetings.
-  +0 votes  + Seth G › September 29, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Justin Burger › December 16, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Steven Penton › October 28, 2018
-  +0 votes  + Carl Cicero › December 8, 2014
First 9 holes were fun to play. After that once you get into the feild it gets pretty boring
-  +0 votes  + Andrew Piccarelli › December 6, 2015
Front 9 is a absolute blast, good use of terrain for short but technical throws. 8,9,10 are your only big throws but if you have a big arm its not a big deal. most on the back 9 are simple straight back and forth throws over a mound with no complications to the hole. It is a great way to try for aces and to make up your score if you struggled on the front 9.
-  +0 votes  + Trevor Thorson › May 15, 2017
-  +0 votes  + Steve B › August 28, 2017
Fun simple course has some fun putter holes then a long dist hole or two. always busy though
-  +0 votes  + Claire Marie Sill › November 20, 2017
-  +0 votes  + Jesse Pettyjohn › March 16, 2018