Westcreek DGC

Parker, Colorado     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Keith Saddler › March 12, 2018
Wide open can be windy. Great layout, they have giant tee pads cool obstacle in front of some baskets. Not many give me birdies.
-  +1 votes  + Chris Campbell › January 10, 2018
Really enjoyed the course. It is very long and makes great use of natural and man-made obstacles. The course is open but makes good use of man-made hills and berms. Only 2 holes under 300' (284 is the shortest). Hole 4 and 18 have a hill or berm close to the tee, forcing you to go right or left or almost straight up. If you can throw long, you can score well on this course. They have the largest concrete tee pads I have ever seen. The baskets are great.(Dual chain Innova) Navigating from the bas ...
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-  +1 votes  + Jason Guenther › January 28, 2018
Great course. better in the summer when all the native grass is tall. concrete pads and nice rings around the basket. Go to for me
-  +0 votes  + rick gaylord › October 12, 2018
7204* course with great signage, tee pads, chipped rock greens and man made obstacles. Lots of fun.
-  +0 votes  + Tyler Greenman › June 18, 2018
Assets - Varying hole lengths with Par 3, Par 4, and Par 5 holes, there are various obstacles on certain holes that require more technique than your average open course, and it's an excellent course for those with power arms, or those who want to practice their power shots.

Liabilities - The length of some of the holes are too difficult for a beginning disc golfer, the course is susceptible to both the sun and wind.

Recommended? Yes, this course is a must play for anyone coming to Colorado. Just beware that the course does favor the experienced power arm.
-  +0 votes  + Graham Butcher › January 1, 2020
-  +0 votes  + Lance Parchman › October 15, 2019
Nice tee boxes, easy to follow layout. Tall grass on back nine could use some mowing. Open course allows for good practice of shots, but windy days will ruin your day.
-  +0 votes  + Garrett Groman › June 27, 2020
Great for practicing the long stuff. Easy to get to, not many ways to lose your discs, making it ideal for starting new folks, trying new discs, or working on new shots. My course of choice in this area.