Von Baer Park

Providence, Utah     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Jared KastlemanBlind Gully › February 21, 2012
Steep, raw, hilly terrain and some risky pin locations make Blind Gully a unique 9 hole challenge. Uphill and downhill throws are prevalent. 9 long is a Monster. Brand new baskets are sweet. Once the fairways are a bit more established and there is official tees and signage in the summer I will upgrade this rating. It's possible to have a mini-mountain golf experience here. Through development I think this 9 hole course in Northern Utah has some great potential.
-  +1 votes  + Ryan RanesBlind Gully › September 16, 2012
Little rough tee pads arent the best a couple cool holes
-  +1 votes  + Todd DurrantBlind Gully › November 20, 2012
This will always be my "home course" since it is where I started playing disc golf. It is very challenging. There are not a lot of long distances, but a lot of finesse is needed to get around the many obstacles, even on short throws. There are many trees and hills, plus a steep hill that my son and I always call "the cliff" (holes 8 and 9). Many times we've muttered, "oops, I threw it off the cliff." We've lost several discs, and found several others, making each trip even more of an advent ...
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-  +0 votes  + Brodey HansenBlind Gully › August 23, 2011
Solitude training course for sure.
-  +0 votes  + Brandon MerzlockBlind Gully › August 23, 2011
I think this is the best layout for the area given. The best holes are 1, 3, 6, and 9. 9 is a crazy risk/reward shot about 375 uphill overhanging a huge pit. Go left if you can't make it across. Take a spotter as this course is very tight in the woods and is very primitive. The pads are dirt for now and we are hoping to have it in prime condition by mid 2012...if the world hasn't ended. Please be courteous and do not throw while cars are driving by on hole 8 and 9.
-  +0 votes  + Jimmy hallBlind Gully › September 6, 2011
It is one of the best courses its way fun but hole nine is a pain it's long a long hole throwing over 10 foot cat tails. But it's fun
-  +0 votes  + Eric HeapsBlind Gully › September 24, 2011
I think the course turned out as good as it could, at the location. It will be better off once the pads are installed next spring.
-  +0 votes  + Tim KiesterBlind Gully › September 25, 2011
Fun little course! much more primitive than any I have played before. I was glad I had printed the map from this site to help me, otherwise I never would have found it!
-  +0 votes  + Randall LewisBlind Gully › October 16, 2011
Very rough course (very new), but challenging and interesting with many hazards and hilly terrain. Very few of the holes are visible from the tees.
-  +0 votes  + Bart FriederichBlind Gully › October 16, 2011
Not as bad as I thought to play however hiking up massive slopes and crossing fallen logs to continue past hole six kinda sucks. Overall the coarse is pretty rugged a lot of trees a river huge gully but still fun. Hole eight is very aceable for a beginner as well as four. Hole six has a high potential for losing discs in the river the trees or the dead wood all around. Hole seven is hard cause a pad is throwing up a very steep mountain side and b pad is a hike to the top of the slope. When throw ...
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-  +0 votes  + Brock TaylorBlind Gully › March 16, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Jake GBlind Gully › July 11, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Brandon WillisBlind Gully › July 24, 2012
This course is challenging and well laid out. Most of the holes are blind and many are very tight and technical. The course reminds me of Solitude. The thing I would most like to change is the tees, but it sounds like there are already plans to put in concrete ones. Many of them just don't provide enough room.
-  +0 votes  + Mark GibbyBlind Gully › July 28, 2012
navigation is getting better. still a young course with rough dirt tees. Mostly short holes with brutal obstacles and thick brush. Fun to play, but bring your good hiking shoes.
-  +0 votes  + Dylan DurrantBlind Gully › September 14, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Danny his Bodaciousness PerkinsBlind Gully › January 23, 2013
Very fun course, losing discs is probable if not paying attention, lots of sweet shots.
-  +0 votes  + Kevin ShanleyBlind Gully › June 20, 2013
I've been playing this course almost since it opened. It's a rugged course and a bit tricky to find all of the baskets and tees on the first round. It will be much better if the tee boxes are ever finished. I've appreciated the minor improvements with the bridge and stepping stones and paths on the steep hillsides. The holes aren't too long and require throw a decent drive with a right turn at the end to be good. I think the numbering should be changed since I prefer to start at hole 3, which is ...
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-  +0 votes  + adam peregrimBlind Gully › August 16, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Jacob S.Blind Gully › March 30, 2014
The toughest 9 hole course I've played. Lots of hiking, variety and punishing holes. Holes 8 and 9 will test you for sure!

All it needs is better tee pads.
-  +0 votes  + David AlgerBlind Gully › June 29, 2015
Great technical course. Needs better tee pads. Watch out for the cliffs! Beginners using the short tees makes it much more manageable. Long tees are tough, really makes a big difference on a few holes.