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discgolfkyle 01-24-2013 06:51 PM

Arizona Courses
 
I have created a single thread to contain all of the news regarding Arizona courses. Here we can post about course propositions, courses in development, and existing courses. Please share all information you have about these topics. Thanks.

rj29274 01-25-2013 01:47 PM

I would like first hand info on the Prescott courses. When it gets a bit warmer I'd love to check em out

chillis 01-25-2013 03:19 PM

School House Gulch (aka Groom) really is a spectacular bit of fun! I believe it's on Nat'l Park land, which means no installations whatsoever. So no teepads, baskets, etc..

rj29274 01-25-2013 04:06 PM

Yeah, I have heard it is fun. I am more curious about the newly installed basket courses. Where the Prescott golfers?

chillis 01-25-2013 04:21 PM

There's one newly installed course, Watson Lake 9. There are several unlisted/private courses located at various camps around P-town that have baskets.

rj29274 01-25-2013 05:20 PM

And an 18 hole church course, right?

Anyone have a contact number to play the "unlisted" camp courses?

discgolfkyle 01-25-2013 05:22 PM

I've never played School House Gulch. Is it the best course in Prescott?

lion 01-25-2013 07:14 PM

Prescott today

Just played 6 courses in prescott in like 7 hours with plenty of breaks beer runs and chit chat time.

1. School of Gulch aka Groom 18 hole object/ tree painted course was awesome
2. Prescott pines 9 hole course with wood signs 12" by 12" inches wide was ok and like 1-2 minutes from Groom^^^
3. Emmanuel Pines camp 18 holes with tether nut type baskets, interesting design. Some good shots but mostly 150-250 hole lengths and has hole signs for each hole that are color coated
4. Yavapines camp 9 holes with concrete tees and Innova discatchers, very solid course that I liked the best of the 9 holers played today.
5. Stein Camp 9 holes with Innova DiscatcherS and most holes are short but vertically challenging with lots of elevations changes.
6. Watson Lake 9 hole with rubber mats, tee signs and DGA baskets. Solid and easy to follow.

1.Emmanuel Pines Campgrounds in Prescott az. Frisbee golf 928-445-1509 ask for Ike
2. Prescott pines camp 9284455225 ask for heather
3. Camp Yavapines 928-445-2162 ask for miss Amy
4. Camp Stein 9294451829 ask for David caretaker

I got pictures of all the courses and will add them to the data base this week with all the info and maps.

Hope this helps

discgolfkyle 01-25-2013 07:29 PM

So would you say Groom was the best?

blackcatsmith 01-25-2013 07:33 PM

School House Gulch is the best course in Prescott and yet it doesn't have baskets or tee-pads. Thumb Butte is comparable, as is Skyline. Of the Prescott courses that do have baskets and tee-pads I'd have to concur with Lion... Yavapines is the best, Watson second.


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