Mateo of Hylton Baskets

Oregon, USA Righty - Backhand and forehand

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Camp TaloaliJerry Miller DGC › September 10, 2012
B+
Pros: *Variety of different backhand and forearm holes. *Offers open field shots and wooded technical shots. *Multiple pin locations. *Multiple Tee box locations. *Well groomed Fairways. *Trash cans/ Recycle bins on almost every hole. *Offers some sort of seating I.E. yellow benches and or natural log benches on almost every hole. *Course flows very well/ no major walk-outs to and from each hole/tee box. *Hole signage/maps provided at every tee. *Well Maintained baskets. *Ample parkin ...
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Yankton Community Fellowship › June 4, 2012
B+
Pros: *This course was pretty challenging w/ the O.B.'s. and or technical basket locations. *The course flowed very well w/ the amount of space they were allowed to use. *Course offered both technical and open field fairways, offering the ability to throw backhand and forearm shots. *Wonderful concrete tee boxes. *Nice self explanatory/easy to follow tee box signs. *Course was well groomed and very clean. *Private Disc golfer parking section. *Detailed course map. Cons: *No public b ...
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Wennerberg Park › October 15, 2011
B+
this is a very new course... it flows great... nice horning's style baskets (dont catch as well as the horning's baskets) but are well made... id say the chains used are a tad bit too heavy just my OP. almost every basket is guarded or has some sort of tree along the typical flight path to get to the basket.. making the course harder than it looks... there is steep drop offs behind a few baskets if you over shoot them... id say its a mixture of benson,champoeg, and tree top type of layout ...
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The Dog Pin › November 8, 2010
B+
played this course for the 1st time... this review is for the front 9 layout. PROS: *Beautiful course * Front Nine flows well * Wide Variety of shots including Hazords and Mandos through out different elevated setings. CONS: *Tone poles/Baskets would greatly improve the course *Tee Pads are needed as in some basic gravel or wood chips would better define them Other Thoughts: This course offers technical shots and the front nine flowed very well... The course being new could use t ...
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Portland Lunchtime DGC › October 18, 2010
C+
Pros: There are A and B tee offs w/ markers and hole length info either concrete or rubber surfaces. A nice community contribution from a church w/ 12 holes offered. The course flows very well. Challenging holes in the back wooded areas (B tees offer ace potential in these areas). Great diversity in terrain lengths and heights levels!!! Friendly locals. A few park benches to sit and relax on by the wooded area. Cons: Lots of gopher holes and tall grass in the open fields so be careful where y ...
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McMenamins Grand Lodge › October 17, 2010
C+
Pros: *Well maintained and a clean Pitch N' Putt course. *Baskets are in good shape. *Hole #10 is fun as you toss off of a balcony. *Course flows decently for the small space offered. *Course maps/score cards provided at front desk. Cons: *Hole lengths are short offering only 2 over 100 feet. *Lack of Tee boxes being only marked by stones. *Majority of the holes run parallel to each other. *Baskets 1,3,5,6 and 8 are close to streets/traffic. *Holes 6,7,8 and 9 cross walking paths. ...
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Leverich Park › October 17, 2010
B-
Pros: *Wonderful baskets. *Nice hole maps. *Course map/score cards provided. * just off of I-5/close to main hwy access. *A few challenging holes. *Good variation of terrain and hole lengths. *Beautiful scenery Cons: I didn't feel the course flowed well. There were some long walks back and forth to the next tees. The tee boxes were natural dirt and get very muddy during winter/rainy seasons.*** ( they now have concrete tee boxes) *** I saw many homeless people loitering around through o ...
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Glenwood Community Church › October 17, 2010
A-
Pros: I simply fell in love w/ this course. It flows very well and offers different hole lengths/obstacles. It is well kept having nice concrete tee pads and the baskets are in great condition. A few trash cans are offered and there is two porta pottys on site. Score cards are provided and a laminated course map.

Cons: i can't really think of any except that the course closes down occasionally for church events.

Other Thoughts: very close to leverich DGC and a fun fast course to play.
Juel Community Park › October 17, 2010
C+
Pros: *clean course *nice detailed hole signs/maps *easily navigational (flows well) *decent hole lengths *great baskets *many trash cans, tables, and one porta potty * multiple tees (not labeled) Cons: in my honest opinion the course was pretty bland. i didn't get excited over many of the holes. #1,#3,#8, and #9 were simi to full guarded baskets otherwise it was open field. it was swampy and wet, i can see it being a pain during winter months of play. a few of the basket heights were e ...
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Timber Park › October 17, 2010
A-
Pros: *Beautiful wooded course *Well maintained course *Trash cans and benches are provided *Alternative basket locations *Mandatory flight paths *Nice tee boxes *Baskets are in ok condition *Offers fun playability for all skill leveles *Offers other activities for non players Cons: I didn't like that the course didn't offer hole maps/guides. I can see it being hard to navigate for that reason alone. No posted pars were made available either. A few of the baskets were beat up and w ...
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Vance ParkMain course › October 17, 2010
A
Pros: Vance park is a very fun course to play, it offers many challenging shots that are friendly to lefties and right handers that throw both back hand and fore arm, allowing a wide arrangement of throwing techniques. The baskets are in great shape and easily viewable from the tee boxes. The tee boxes are concrete, nice, level and point in the correct direction (w/ the exception of #9's tee box being a tad tricky). I like the fact that the majority of the course is under shelter of huge t ...
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Rockwood Central Park › October 17, 2010
B
Pros: Rockwood Central Park is set in a mostly flat surrounding, offering deceptive holes, as they look basic but offer some mild challenge to them. the park was very clean and easily navigational. it flowed very well, the locals were very cool and friendly. it seems to be a well used park/course. it also offers a practice putting basket. all except 1 or 2 baskets were numbered and easily viewable. it had very decent tee boxes and O.B.'s (walking paths and anything right of the main pat ...
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Sain Scoggins › October 17, 2010
B
Pros: - BEAUTIFUL SCENERY - VERY CHALLENGING - GREAT TERRAIN DIVERSITY - TRASH CANS PROVIDED HOLES #9 TO #15 - A FEW VERY NEEDED BENCHES PROVIDED - GREAT DISC CATCHER BASKETS - MAC GRAND LODGE IS 7 MILES AWAY MAKING AT LEAST A 2 COURSE PLAYABLE DAY Cons: - POOR/MUDDY NATURAL TEE BOXES W/ THE EXCEPTION OF HOLE #1'S TEE BOX BEING 1 FOOT SQUARE COBLE STONES - HARD TO NAVIGATE (EVEN W/ A MAP) - MOST WOODED FAIRWAYS AREN'T DEFINED - VERY LONG ODD WALKS TO HOLE #9 TO #15 - OPEN FIELD FAIR ...
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Rooster RockWest › October 17, 2010
B+
Pros: *BEAUTIFUL SCENIC COURSE *WELL MAINTAINED COURSE *COURSE FLOWS WELL *BASKETS ARE IN GREAT SHAPE *NICE CONCRETE TEE BOXES *BENCHES ARE PROVIDED AT EVERY HOLE *COURSE MAP PROVIDED Cons: I cant really think of many cons but i would say that finding the #1 tee box was a tad tricky and the holes had no signs/guides other than the one small course map i found at hole #1's tee box. Other Thoughts: i really liked playing this course. it flowed very well the whole time while being surroun ...
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Portland Adventist Elementary School › October 17, 2010
C
This course was established in 1982... recently it was pulled making it a R.I.P. course... help bring one of Oregon's oldest courses back to life... any course is better than NO COURSE!!! -matt- Pros: *COURSE FLOWED WELL *WELL MAINTAINED *BEGINNER FRIENDLY Cons: *SMALL CHILD SIZE TEE BOXES *OLD SINGLE CHAIN BASKETS *NO MAPS/GUIDES Other Thoughts: This is a private course located down the street from Vance and Rock Wood Central. I liked how clean and well maintained the course was. T ...
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Eastern Oregon University › October 17, 2010
B-
Pros: *well maintained course *trash cans & cigarette butt containers provided *open to the public *flows very well *beautiful plateau's surround the city/campus *friendly locals/students/facility members *beginner friendly, has a few challenging holes *great new dga mach baskets *hole signs with hole lengths provided *many resting spots IE tables/benches provided *restrooms available in many campus buildings Cons: *tee boxes are wood chip and in poor condition *basket locations ar ...
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Dabney State Park › October 17, 2010
A-
Pros: Challenging course. Beautiful scenery and friendly people. Concrete tee boxes w/ well maintained baskets. Wooded areas and diverse terrain elevations/obstacles. Great workout for both your body and the playability of your game. Some benches provided for resting. And a clean park overall. Cons: if I recall correctly one of the holes runs along an adjacent hole (10) and if you shank it to the the left it is hard to recover the disc if lost (being time spent as you play 2-3 holes before ge ...
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Seven Acres of Trees › August 21, 2012
A-
Seven Acres of Trees is a private course established in late summer of 2008... designed by Beck Jensen, Chris Schaich, Mike Gordon and myself Matt Hylton... Special thanks to Chris Conrad, Elliot Leuthold, Jeff Hagen and other P.O.M.A.P. members for course maintenance... also thanks to Bob Horning for donating the old basket tops from the canyon course and Derick Hicks for donating angle iron to construct the baskets. The name says it all... with an average hole length of 250ft don't be fool ...
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