WSU-Vancouver

Vancouver, Washington     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Michael Kochendorfer › January 18, 2014
C-
Fun little ace race course!
-  +0 votes  + Matt Still Bruising Trees Bressler › December 13, 2013
C-
This course could be so much more. Wish I lived closer to put some time in. Flat and open. Trees only get in the way on a few holes. Good for practice.
-  +1 votes  + casey browning › June 17, 2013
C-
its a great course for instructional purposes, I take noobies there to get a fewel for the game.
-  -3 votes  + Christopher Cortez › July 30, 2012
B-
-  +0 votes  + Jen Tech › July 17, 2012
C-
I loved how hidden the course was, but the tee pads were torn up, the ground was so bumpy and the grass needs be cut badly.
-  +5 votes  + Sean Chapman › June 24, 2012
D+
Real boring course with not much for trees. Very little if any terrain veriation's. Very nice baskets but no tee pads and very pour signs with just the # on them. There is a lot of area on that campus that they could have a very nice 9 hole or possibly a 18 hole course there.
-  +2 votes  + Matt Yencopal › March 8, 2012
D
-  +1 votes  + Ryan Tech › October 19, 2011
D+
I got stung by a bee, damnit!
-  +2 votes  + Josh Dearing › August 6, 2011
C
This is a great coarse to figure out your short game. Very few people play here, so no wait. Only two holes have any real challenge #8 dog leg right around patch of trees small driver/mid, and #9 blind throw around patch of black berries dog leg left putter. Pretty much an open field with mow lines straight to each basket. I like to come here on the weekends, or weekday evenings after 7pm to save on the parking fees, and avoid the crowds at Leverich, Glenwood, or Pier. But currently this is not ...
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-  +2 votes  + Kalon Wiggins › May 29, 2011
D-
This course is obviously a perk on paper to attract students to the university. In reality, they took an extra field they had, mowed it with a tractor and put up some goals and rubberized tee mats. The tee mats are a hazard when wet, and its always wet up here, so don't break your neck or ankles... The terrain is poorly mowed and the ground is not level anywhere. You have to be very careful just walking through the course as it would be very easy to sprain your ankle. The entire ground is ...
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-  +1 votes  + Judd Alexander › February 2, 2011
D
-  +2 votes  + TREE Sines › December 7, 2010
D+
tee pads need to be cleaned up maybe some concert ones that would be nice .
-  +1 votes  + George Bodiroga › September 25, 2010
D+
Just straight open shots. Nothing interesting about it.
-  -1 votes  + Andy Verhoeven › September 17, 2010
F
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