2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Concrete tee pads, signs, trash cans, picnic tables, benches, bathrooms, and playground for kids, Riverbend park is on the river, but they have a couple of ponds for fishing as well.
Cons: #16 is a disaster right now, that must be where they are putting the soccer field in. There is 500 mounds of dirt 5 feet high, and it could be tough walking the hole for some.
Other Thoughts: I really enjoy the harder South course at Riverbend much more. However, definitely worth checking out.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Not As Good Anymore
Pros: A good warmup or continuation into the REAL course - the south course.
Cons: Much of the original north course, including several of the back 9, have been removed or altered as new park construction came later. Those altered holes have been shortened and aren't nearly as fun as the old course, which I would have given a 3.5 rating. Now, too many short holes.
Other Thoughts: After the soccer field is constructed, hopefully the local disc golf club will reinstall the back 9 to its former glory. The photos are from the old course.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Best course todate
Pros: Water, bathrooms, tables, benches, garbage cans.
Short "duceable" holes. Newbies can score well and experienced players can cut loose and have fun. Nice layout in a moderate hilly and wooded setting, with the feather river nearby. Cement tee-pads with embedded plaques giving hole numbers and dedications.
Cons: The transition between 9 and 10 is kinda awkward, you have follow the sidewalk across the parking lot at least 600ft. Perhaps the holes are too short. Signs were old and faded, could use improvement.
Other Thoughts: We played both North and South courses as one long 36 hole course. It was unanimous by our club the "Sunday Drivers" to be the best course yet.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 2 Not
I like the South course better
Pros: When the holes play through the woods, they are interesting and challenging.
Cons: The wide open holes were nothing special. The 9 holes (front? back?) near the other course used to be much more challenging (I was told) - but the powers-the-be keep removing trees and hills or putting up bathrooms in fairways.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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