Westy Acres

Greenfield, Massachusetts     1 course · 30 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Garry Young › March 21, 2022
Fantastic home course, 20 holes of wooded and open field throws, a lazy creek to contend with. Course is very well maintained, very good signage. So fun to play and the friendliest disc dog you will ever meet, recent changes and improvements move Westy Acres into the A rating, course has added several new holes, baskets and course upkeep has no match in the area
-  +1 votes  + A.J. Krawczyk › April 11, 2022
The upkeep and the rate at which the course is improving/ is maintained simply cannot be matched by any course east of Worcester. Dave is an absolute beast and one of the best humans around, this place is a must play in the Tri-State area. It gets an A even with natural/gravel tee pads, and rumor has it some real pads are in the future, which will bring it to an A+ without question.
-  +1 votes  + Scott Simpson › June 10, 2022
First time in that beautiful homemade course, Tucker, yellow lab, best dg course guide. Love that dog!
-  +1 votes  + Dan Cornellier › August 20, 2022
My absolute favorite course to play in the state. An easy A+ once it gets permanent teepads.
-  +1 votes  + Tom Dahl › June 10, 2022
This is a hidden Gem of a course with one of the most unique and charming layouts that I've played.
-  +0 votes  + David Westbrook › January 28, 2023
What's not to love? The course runs through a 100 acre country property with woods, fields and multiple streams with elevation changes and wonderful scenery.
-  +0 votes  + CJ Wells › October 25, 2022
Creative layout will challenge your shot shaping, but also give you some stock hyzer opportunities. This would be an A- if holes 15 and 17 hadn't been so flooded (not their fault, it had been really rainy). Can't wait to play again!
-  -1 votes  + The Rooster › December 8, 2020
Not a bad track, but some fairways do cross others. No tee pads and baskets are not PDGA-worthy.
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