2 Helpful / 1 Not
Frog Creek Rules
Pros: -Great location
-Diverse terrain and even some year round water!
-No waiting on others even on weekends
-Very challenging-makes every other course seem much easier
Cons: Easy to lose a disc (or find one!) Need to have a spotter on several holes...
Lots of gun nuts shooting on or near the course
Some pin locations obscured by trees and brush from tee
Cows on the course-shooing works great
Need a guide to navigate the first time or two
Hole 18 tee pad shrinking (top of gravel pile)
Other Thoughts: Tone poles and dirt tee pads take some getting used to, but you are in the woods-waddaya want?
Some of the people that use the course also like to leave trash around for others to pick up after-this sucks and is disrespectful-pack yer shit back to white city assholes. Its not like there arent trash bags throughout the course.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This is a fun course to play and well worth your time. There are a lot of trees but there is a fairway to get your disc to the tone-pole. The hot pink and white painted tone-poles are easy to spot. There is a map which we had and it helped guide us. At the tone-pole of #1 we noticed a path that was lined by tree branches which made finding the next tee easy. The tee pads are dirt but in reasonably level and smooth. It's not a long course but challenging and technical. There's also a couple of chances to air out your discs and good upward elevation changes making you work your arm.
Cons: It was a little hard to find the course. We passed it because the pond is little more then a puddle. The best indication that you are at the course is the pink and white tone-pole for #18 just on the other side of the pond. Finding the first tee and tone-pole was the only hard hole of the course. The course map also shows the tone-pole for #1 straight out from the road but it's actually to the right. Tee pad for #2 is rough but it's the only one that needs real work.
Other Thoughts: The creator put some effort into designing this home made course. The three 1 pound coffee cans making up the tone part of the tone-pole are ingenious. It's on BLM land so there's paint balls everywhere and a few of the tone-poles have doubled as targets by NRA fans but for the most part people seem to leave the course alone. I would definitely play this course again. It's cool to find a disc course on BLM land, I wish there were more.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 5 Not
Great Overall Course
Pros: Great course. All of the holes are in a heavily wooded area. Uses the elevation changes well, mixture of uphill and downhill. Very secluded area so no waiting for people to finish in front of you. Technically challenging with long holes. Creek runs through the course at multiple locations.
Cons: Very little signage to tell you where you are, or where you need to be going. Spent about 30 mins trying to find the tee location for hole 1.
Other Thoughts: Dont wear sandals. My friend had a bad experience.
1 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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