A nice break from the busy Missoula courses!
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: A nice variety of holes, with most being in fairly heavily wooded areas. The maze of irrigation ditches and creeks add to the fun (use a brightly colored disc in case it gets taken downstream) and make this a great course to bring your dog(s) to. The mix of baskets, tones, and unusual targets adds to the fun, especially if you bring the kids. The woods make sure Spiritwood stays reasonably cool on sunny summer days. Much less busy than the Missoula courses.
Cons: Even with the map, this course can be confusing. Several holes do not appear to have any particular "best shot" to reach the target, a little bit too much "huck and hope" for my tastes.
Other Thoughts: We've played a few times in the spring and the course was mostly pretty dry outside of the ditches. While there are some hills, the course does not involve nearly as much climbing as Blue Mountain in Missoula. This course is on private property, and the owners asks for $1.00 per round donation which is extremely reasonable.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Rocky Mountain high experience
Pros: A very tight technical course for the most part yet with some long holes as well. Loved by the Montana disc golf community as a challenging course that never fails to bite your ass when you least expect it.
Cons: Winter. If the snow is deep disc may be lost until spring thaw.
Other Thoughts: This course has been here for 25 + years in a number of different configurations. The owner/designer is an avid disc golfer and hosts three tournaments a year. Beautiful land with some great views of the valley and the Bitterroot Mountains. Water features during irrigation season. Call or email ahead and ask Nick if he wants to throw a round. Check out the homepage for info
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