2 Helpful / 1 Not
A must play
Pros: Scenery is first rate!! Very nice layout with all kinds of shots...love the #4 and #10 hole. Very long downhill shot that you can watch your disc soar forever!! Very challenging with lots of hills for a great hike. Will definately play this course again!
Cons: Dirt tees which were slightly muddy after rain the night before. Need a map if playing for the first time due to vandalism of the markers. Concrete or solid tee boxes and repair the marker and my rating would be a 5+
Other Thoughts: A must play if you are even close to this course. Played on a Monday morning/afternoon and there were a few groups playing...might be busy on the weekend or evenings. I played back to back rounds and it was definately a workout so be prepared.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
One of the Best
Pros: Has everything but water. Tight shots, open shots, uphill, down hill... super sick course!
Cons: Dirt tee pads sometimes muddy, caution. parking at the 1st or second parking lot is recommended, do not park on the road, you might get a ticket.
Other Thoughts: US National Forest Land, keep it clean. Please pack out what you pack in... i.e. beer cans and pop bottles
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Don't miss it if you are in the area
Pros: Million dollar views of the Missoula Valley and some long way down the hill shots. Truly an experience to play. Long and challenging.
Cons: Can be very crowded on nice spring days. Bring water.
Other Thoughts: Fire danger in July & August (usually) and icy slippery pins in February
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
9 Helpful / 0 Not
Great Course, needs a map!
Pros: Great variety of holes from bombers that go on forever to technical tree-lined testers. Wonderful views from many tee boxes. Excellent aerobic workout if you want it to be. At least a couple of signature holes - #4 & #10 stick in your memory with their huge downhill tosses that you can see all the way to the basket (or gully in the case of #4).
Cons: Difficult to find hole #1, many locals start at #10, #12, or #13. While tee boxes are well marked, they aren't always easy to find. Lung busting climbs if you aren't used to exercise at altitude. Several holes (#3, #9, #13) are disc eaters, use spotters if possible.
Other Thoughts: A great course, but if you are just visiting, find a local to help you around the course and spot for long, blind, downhill shots. This course gets a lot of play, so finding a friendly local is easy. Hole diagrams at tee boxes are helpful, but often vandalized. Great course that would be world class with better tee pads and signage.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful.
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