Winter Park Resort

Winter Park, Colorado     1 course · 20 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Joe Olson › July 17, 2015
Outstanding views.
-  +0 votes  + Dan Chando › August 6, 2013
This course is amazing! It plays at the top of Winter Park resort and has a little bit of everything. Most of the hole's are moderate in length, with a few longer holes, and one GIANT 715' bomber. There are a few really tight holes in the trees on the back nine. Most of the front is pretty open. All and all, it's a really fun course that will offer a good challenge to the experienced player, and it has amazing mountain views the entire time. This course is highly recommended. (You do have ...
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-  +0 votes  + xaeLen n › August 25, 2015
LOVED this course! absolutely one of my favorite mountain courses. the alpine slide ride at the end does not hurt.
very challenging up shots on side of mountain. interesting in that you take ski lift up, but then play BACK to the ski lift (slide). meaning any time you are throwing DOWN hill, it means sooner or later you are going to have to come back up!
-  +0 votes  + quiLLan n › August 25, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Al LaCroix › January 27, 2012
Some of the most beautiful and exciting disc golf you'll ever experience. Mountain vistas, long holes with significant elevation changes, but few dog legs. With distances from 220 to 1,350 ft, including four holes > 750 ft, even the biggest arms will be challenged. I played this in late July and with elevations between 10,470 and 10,925 you'll need long sleeves and possibly an oxygen mask.
-  +0 votes  + Chris bca › August 10, 2017
Tight hallways on #6, #8-14, & #17. Long holes on #5 (715') and #7 (575') make this an interesting and challenging course. Par seems low at 60 for a 20 hole course, especially on the long holes averaging 650ft. Loved the play on pitches and 6 mile walk through the forest! A must, watch out for Downhill Bikes on a few paths traversing portions of course. Difficult for beginners, intermediate to expert a must. Foot pass lift ticket $15, or can walk up road and play from #13.
-  +0 votes  + Kyle Ingle › September 17, 2018