Aaron Crow

Arizona, USA Righty - Backhand and forehand

Aaron's reviews

Conocido Park › August 30, 2012
The course is shady and green, which is welcome. Mostly short tees that demand skill in throwing through trees that act as obstacles. The layout can be tricky to navigate and has players throwing to the same baskets from multiple tees. This also has players constantly crossing past you. On a crowded day, it can be cumbersome and really slow the pace down.

Vista Del Camino Park › April 29, 2012
This is a very well kept course and a very nice place to play. The layout can be a little confusing for beginners, as there is a lot of backtracking to tee boxes. Nothing too complicated though. The water can be intimidating, but offers a high risk/ high reward factor that skilled players will love. Thankfully they drag the lakes from time to time and babysit your lost discs at the Spinners shop. The course is also fairly narrow so inexperienced wide throws have a chance of crashing into water, ...
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Buffalo Ridge Park › May 5, 2012
The course is very well kept and well marked. There is a lot of variety and challenge with a good balance between distance and difficulty. Throwing up and back down the mountain makes for some great shots to just watch sail.
The back 9 is a little more difficult in my opinion, and not as easily marked. If you plan on playing it, I would recommend teaming up with some of the course's locals to guide you.