Athol, ID 
Farragut SP - North Star DGC Share
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 Athol DGC

5/24/2003   4/23/2008
Review By: JR Stengele
Played: 187  Reviewed: 184  Exp: 14.3 Years
11 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This course is in the middle of a large state park, surrounded by tons of pines and other large trees, bushes, flowers, etc. Being that it is in the wilderness, it is quiet and very peaceful. The fresh air and surroundings make for a wonderful experience. The nature and wildlife was abundant, and for the course itself, well worth the drive. This course has a warmup area with a net to practice drives (which I thought was clever) and a practice basket. There are few elevation changes, primarily flat with several obstacles between the tee and pin. The DISCatchers are in good shape and the cement tee pads are great for long drives. The course requires some tight accurate shots throughout, as well as several chances for power drives.
Cons: Although the course was well maintained, at times it was difficult to find the next tee, and the pin placements were often blind. I found myself having to walk the holes first to make sure the signs were accurate and updated.
Other Thoughts: My overall experience in Athol was very enjoyable. I was able to take in the scenery and play a solid round of discgolf. The hike throughout this 18 hole course was relaxing and quite rewarding. Discgolf fanatics will truely appreciate the experience that North Star DGC has to offer.

11 of 11 people found this review helpful.

 Worth every dollar

7/21/2007   11/15/2007
Review By: JoePublic
Played: 27  Reviewed: 17
1 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: Great layout, variety of shots and greens. Great tourneys out here with a lot of land to work with. Fun terrain and views. Good, challenging Disc Golf. And if your throwing well, you get rewarded.
Cons: Blind holes and difficult tees.
Other Thoughts: What a place to play. The mountains, the fresh air and disc golf. Plenty of camping and water, so make it a weekend. Play the wrekreator while your here. The courses are getting better every year.

1 of 6 people found this review helpful.

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