3 Helpful / 3 Not
Creekside in SLC
Pros: Varied hole obstacles - a few water hazards via a creek, lots of trees, and a couple wide open grip and rip holes. A great course for all skill levels.
Cons: Way too crowded. Perhaps its time to create a few more courses in the SLC area?
Other Thoughts: Great scenery for those not from SLC.
3 of 6 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Tight fairways, challenging course. Multiple pin locations, provide a little variety for frequent players. A good variety of grassy fairways (at the beginning and end), and unimproved backwoods areas around the creek.
Cons: Plenty of places to lose your disc (the creek/dam, and surrounding foliage). Popular course, can get a little crowded.
Other Thoughts: Recent improvements include new signs and benches.
4 of 6 people found this review helpful.
10 Helpful / 0 Not
creekside park slc utah
Pros: 18 holes, well maintained by local club, mulitple pins placements. easy to get around course, caters to most disc golf levels.
Cons: too crowded, very popular course. a little conflict with fairways, the course is squeezed into a fairly small area for eighteen holes. only one or two long shots to challenge the younger big-arm players if the pin placements are set up that way. dog walkers dont pick up poopy-poops.
Other Thoughts: the course plays in an old water retention area so is a little limited in space, and sometimes flooding occurs in the spring, but this doesnt detract from the great course layout which is altered weekly by the local club. no crossing fairways but an errant shot will put you on another fairway very easily. the course itself plays more technical and will challenge you to put your drives where they need to be, hyzer and turnover shots are needed to do well here. lots of trees to plays through but ont overly. this course is the oldest course in utah and has lots of history. if you dont mind waiting for big groups to play at peak hours, it wont be a problem. it would get a better rating but there are too many people playing there nowadays and its a bit limited as to length.
10-13-08 TICKET ALERT!!! - If you are caught with alcohol in the park you will receive a $750 citation. This is an attempt to stop people drinking in the park. So heads up....
10 of 10 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 2 Not
One Of Utah's Finest!
Pros: This is a nice course on the east side of SLC with some beautiful, Utah mountain scenery. The park itself is pretty and green. I think there are enough basket placements to keep everyone interested and coming back. There's some elevation change. Signature Hole is # 14. A slight, right turn over a creek, a pretty disc golf hole.
Cons: Can get a little crowded at times.
Other Thoughts: # 14 is lovely! If you're in Salt Lake City, it's a must do. Best of the the five courses I played in Utah.
6 of 8 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 1 Not
SLC's Main Course
Pros: Good Test of Length and Accuracy. Rewards different DG skills. Multiple Pin Locations make each hole a challenge each time.
Cons: Course can be crowded. Some holes play too close to each other.
Other Thoughts: I often bring my family when I go throw. At those times, I notice that there's a lot of people drinking and smoking which isn't very family-friendly.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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