3 Helpful / 7 Not
Pros: Great for long arm throws, scenery, challenging, lots of unique shots.
Cons: Gotta hike to find basket then hike back to throw, no signs to let you know where to even begin looking on some holes, horse manure- LOTS!!, not taken care of, and goats just roaming in middle of course
Other Thoughts: cost $5 to play which is not bad, but its not worth it for this course, bring a camera to take pictures.
3 of 10 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 5 Not
Very scenic, but not care for...
Pros: Very Scenic, Challenging Holes, Good Baskets, they made use of the land very well.
Cons: No Concrete Tee Boxes, No signs on the holes. The course is extremely hard to navigate, especially if it is your first time. Horse droppings everywhere. Tee off spots not only lacked concrete, but they weren't reliably flat or sure footed. 5$ to play.
Other Thoughts: I like the scenery, but you could tell this place w did not care about it's disc golf course. We spent a ton of time trying to find the next hole, and a ton of time trying to find the basket for each hole. No signs, terrible tee off spots, could easily roll an ankle teeing off if not careful. This is one I can say I played, but probably wont go back.
4 of 9 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 12 Not
Pros: - Beautiful scenery
- Good variety of holes
- Bouldering, Hiking, and Mountain climbing in the same canyon.
- Ranch activity all around makes it a neat experience
Cons: - Long. I mean super long.
- Very difficult to navigate. (keep an eye out for tiny patches of pink synthetic grass because that and a 2x4 are the only things marking tees.
- $5 fee to play.
Other Thoughts: - Find someone who can help you navigate the course.
- Don't play the day before you play here. You will need your arm fresh.
3 of 15 people found this review helpful.
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