Oregon, USA • Righty - Backhand and forehand
North Bonneville DGC › March 1, 2015
Great course! Very windy at times and has a variety of holes :) very technical course with few long holes but really tests your game :)
Wortman Park › January 3, 2015
First time here; played with Brad Rich before meeting. If not for DiscGolfScene pictures, would not have found hole 1 for awhile (still took us 10 minutes). Great course with some awesome shots. Tee pads (though small) were concrete and some baskets were bent up. Love the course and definitely will come back to play
Buxton Woods › October 4, 2014
Everything that you would want in a course, perfectly manicured, very unique holes, big teepads, Bentley baskets, hospitable course owners, and walkout signage. Thanks for a great first experience :)
Ewing Young › July 26, 2014
First time on the course! Tee signs are needing to be replaced/made and course map would have helped with the back-and-forths and walk outs, but great teepads and fairways! Had a -4 and would have been -8 but Chunked 4 putts from 35 ft and in with a card of 5 guys that were all pretty new to disc golf and no sense of Etiquette but it was all good and super fun layout!! Awesome course for intermediate-pro level holes.
North Eco Park › March 15, 2014
With the new signage and walkouts clearly marked, rubber teepads for every hole, and the technical variety of the course, it is great. Raised tee pads with drop off potentials on the drives can be rough, but it being a intermediate level course is great for the community.
Dave Heider's Hike › January 3, 2014
First time out; Absolutely love that course! Thanks Dave for your private tour in "your Christmas present" and I'm glad I got to be on your card! The burgers WERE AMAZING!! Literally the very first burger with Ketchup I have ever finished without wiping it off. Hope to be back some day!
Church Park › October 23, 2013
Love the teepads, woods, and two open shots; short course. -8 after 9 holes though, means that it is sometimes too easy but trees can become a factor
Herbert Hoover Park › September 4, 2013
Well, first time actually playing there. There is a course map at the entrance, but besides that I was going by what the locals told me which teepad goes to which basket. Loved getting all the birds, but course holes are way to short. I'll play there again :)
Portland Lunchtime DGC › April 6, 2013
Pier Park › March 22, 2013
Loved the trees, layout being longs and wooded, and great course grooming. Enough space in between each hole, and great signage and tee pads.
Aldersgate Conference Center › August 30, 2013
Awesome 9 hole that no one can play unless you are a camper or in the Jolly Campers club :) http://www.discgolfscene.com/clubs/Pure_Flight_Jolly_Campers
Timber Park › December 22, 2014
Great course; a lot of variety; fun to play again anytime of the year.
Canyonview Camp › December 29, 2014
Western Oregon University › October 25, 2012
First time at the school. 3 good Baskets, the rest were bent or older. There wasn't any variations of shots; wide open throws and sometimes weird depth perception. Course not very challenging and can easy see people getting -9 on 9 holes.
Champoeg State Park › Original course › October 5, 2012
First time playing. Short layout was fine. Baskets not my favorite as my discs fell out on several putts.
Echo Park › October 5, 2012
Bryant Park › September 22, 2012
Very long :) well groomed... Played with a group of four and five.
Pine Nursery › September 21, 2012
Hard on the discs during the dry months but easy to find your discs as long as they are bright red, orange, or pink.