6 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: A truly unique disc golf experience. Spectacular views. Amazing long downhill holes.
Cons: The weather can greatly effect the round, especially the wind. It is on a mountain.
Other Thoughts: The two previous reviews are perfect in illustrating the nature of this course. This course does not favor first time players. Most of the holes are quite long and downhill. Experienced players will love the challenge of negotiating this course. It greatly rewards fairway play and going long off the fairway can easily turn into a lost disc.
Some tips for playing the Peak Course. Play with a good size group (4-5 players). This will allow you to use one of the group members as a spotter on some of the longer holes. Also, disc down. Just because a hole is long does not mean you have to throw your longest disc. The elevation drop on many of the holes will help any disc get plenty of distance. The key is to know your disc and how to control it on a long downhill throw.
Also wear good "sensible shoes" (hiking boots are a good choice), this course is not kind to flip-flops or high heels.
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