Vernonia, OR 
L.L. Stub Stewart SP - Main Share
Uploaded By: gwillim Hole #6 (Taken 11/2010)
3 / 174ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #6 Tee: Straight up hill, VERY steep.



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  • Rating:
    3.47
    16Reviews:
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    Course Conditions as of 8/16/2016
    All 18 baskets are currently setup in short positions. TONS of new foliage makes it very difficult to find disks unless you see exactly where they fall.
    (Last updated by WeakToss75)

    Course Details
    PermanentCourse Type:
    2010Year Established:
    Designer(s): Michael Phillips, Cris Bellinger, Coury Coates, Jeff Hagerty & John Ollis
    Very Hilly & Heavily WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
    18 / 18Holes / Baskets:
    n/aCourse Length: Metric
            58 Par Info:
            50.6 DGCR SSE: [ ? ]
    No / YesMultiple Tees / Pins:
    ConcreteTee Type:
    DISCatcherHole Type:
    122 / 66 Rounds Recorded / Average Score:     
    3 Discs Lost:
    0 Course Guides:
    Camping Nearby    Pay to play Misc. Info.:
    Description: The course has multiple positions for most holes on the front and back 9 w/more to come. Tee signs are in at most of the holes with basic markings (distance / elevation) for pin locations. Course is along a ridge and down a slope in beautiful, mature second-growth forest.

    Location Details
    L.L. Stub Stewart State ParkPark / Location Name:
    97064 Zip/Postal Code: Map Zip
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    Local Directions: From Hwy 26 just west of Buxton, OR, turn onto Hwy 47N and go about 4 miles to LL Stub Stewart on the right. The course is set in the woods across the road from the Hilltop Day Use Area Look for a trail leading into the woods, and a giant "Welcome Disc Golfers" sign at the first tee.