0 Helpful / 11 Not
Pros: Lots of up and down. 27 holes. Well maintained, well marked. Fantastic setting. You can camp within walking distance of the course. Friendly staff. Great place to make a day or weekend of your DG experience if you live in LA.
Cons: Relatively short holes. Closed for winter
0 of 11 people found this review helpful.
9 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Challenging. 27 holes. Map and refreshments available at lodge from friendly staff. Stunning views and setting. Wildlife abounds. Great variety. Drastic elevation changes. Signs on every hole with map, distance to basket, and a helpful hint or interesting fact on some. There is a spot to get rid of your old discs called sacrificial ledge. A round of 27 is good exercise. Not Crowded. Camping nearby. Season pass available for $20.
Cons: Closed for ski season. Inaccurate drives are very harshly punished. Well worn rubber tees. Look out for snakes!
Other Thoughts: This is extreme disc golf! The course is literally on top of a mountain and some of the fairways are black diamond ski trails. The baskets had been moved for a tournament so first time navigation was somewhat of an issue, but i'm told the map is accurate when the pins are in their normal positions.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 9 Not
Worth Every Effort To Play
Pros: Scenery, course design, variety, weather, elevation allows bomb shots for low power throwers.
Cons: no real cons.. but VERY grueling workout. VERY long uphill par 3's for an average player.
Other Thoughts: Read others reviews. Their descriptions are exactly what you will get. Worth the drive, gas, $, etc...
1 of 10 people found this review helpful.
13 Helpful / 0 Not
Best Disc Golf Experience Ever!
Pros: Awesome, breathtaking views. HUGE elevation changes. Pro-shop with moderate disc selection. Local Volunteer guided me through course. Challenging mix of ups, downs, lefts, rights, blinds, you name it, this course has them all. The signature hole is 11 that is a massive 600 ft down hill bomb, that you can make it to the pin in 2. By far the greatest time I have had playing DG, and I have played some of the greats (Del La Vega, Hudson Mills, La Mirada, etc)
Cons: 7000 FT elevation, and alot of hiking might be a little tough for some out of shape players. There is a native plant called "buckthorn" that swallows discs, WEAR PANTS!.
Other Thoughts: Dispite loosing two of my favorite pieces of plastic, this was the greatest time I have ever had playing disc golf, the holes were great, the local volunteer Bobby, was a great guy. Did I mention the views and shots were awesome. If they had permanant tee pads and were open year round, I would live here. GREAT!!!!
13 of 13 people found this review helpful.
8 Helpful / 2 Not
The Best Course I've Played
Pros: 27 holes
High Elevation (more carry)
Beautiful views of mountains and deserts
tees were better than expected
Overall, a very well designed course
Cons: A little confusing to navigate
Massive thorn bushes in some holes
Some holes have a huge cliff that suck to overthrow
Other than that, a good course
Other Thoughts: Lost 2 disk today by overshooting the hole. The thin air just carried it over the cliff. It's probably still flying down the hill.
8 of 10 people found this review helpful.
21 Helpful / 1 Not
Beautiful and challenging
Pros: Very beautiful course with fantastic views of mountain and desert scenery. This course isn't just about the huge elevation (although the downhill bombs were tons of fun!), but holes play up, down, and across the mountain. Each set of 9 holes begins and ends near the parking lot, so there are lots of ways to play the course. Well marked, especially for a course that is not permanent, we had no navigation issues (other than having trouble finding the 1st tee because we parked on top of it!). Rubber pads for tees were in good shape and well-leveled, made for fine places to throw from. Mostly free of nasty rough (except for the occasional thorn bush), so as long as a disc doesn't go off the side of the mountain, you shouldn't lose one. One of the most picturesque courses out there.
Cons: Hard to find too many negatives about this course, although there is not necessarily great variety in the holes, with lots of straight, long shots through mature evergreens.
Other Thoughts: Make sure to bring snacks and water, if you're not used to elevation this course will be a tough walk! Definitely worth the drive up into the mountains, this course is fun and beautiful. One of the best ski-hill courses I've played (and these are some of my favorite courses).
21 of 22 people found this review helpful.
22 Helpful / 0 Not
One of my favorites!
Pros: Absolutely beautiful scenery... one of my favorite scenic DG courses. It has amazing views of Mt. Baldy and the desert floor. The mountain air is so fresh and clean and the huge pines are awesome. The course is designed wonderfully throughout the ski-slope area and includes tons of elevation gain and loss. Including one 600+ foot bomb between two pines and down the schute (80+ feet elevation loss)... it's fun. Big bombs, technical shots, lots of opportunity for punishment... this course is awesome. And, the course returns to the parking lot after each 9 (27 holes), which lightens the load you have to carry (since you can refill your water and grab beers every 9). Extremely easy to navigate for a moutain course. The table mountain campground is on the edge of the course and is worth staying at.
Cons: None really. Black rubber pads... but it would be impossible to have permanent tee-pads on the ski slope.
Lots of uphill walking at high elevation... but they designed the course to switchback up the steeps, over a few holes, so it's not one straight shot up.
Other Thoughts: Rattle snakes!!! I've seen them there a few times. It's at 6500'+ so bring your beaten plastic. New discs will turn drastically... and on this course that could mean turning down a blackdiamond, resulting in a long walk. Use putters and midrange discs as drivers as they glide well in the thin air.
between hole13 and 14 there is a sacrifice spot where you can throw a disc off the mountain and it will fly for miles... literally.
22 of 22 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 10 Not
Pros: absolutly beautiful views,fun course flowed very well.wooded yet little under brush except for the thorn bushes that had to be used to make jesus' crown.
Cons: its on a mountain,bring an oxygen tank.if you have a throw get away from you your disc could be gone for ever.I lost my favorite disc in the most herific thorn bushes ever.
Other Thoughts: dont think I would play it again,the elevation was to much for me and it wasnt that difficult except for the elevation and fear of lost discs.
2 of 12 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 7 Not
Pros: Elevation and challenge on a great property. Beautiful ski area mountain top course within easy reach of the LA metro region. Dunipace/Bant design uses the hills and trees superbly. You will hike - so wear the proper footwear. Table Mountain Campground adjacent. Love it up here! Can be 10 to 15 degrees cooler than the flat land in the summer.
Cons: Closes in the winter. Tees could be improved.
3 of 10 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: challenging, nice views, lots of obstacles, gooodworkout(hiking), no worries about hitting someone like at a city park, cheap play for weekend 7 all weekend...the staff was friendly and helpful
Cons: the drive up there(gas prices), the hiking if you dont like exercise haha, i couldnt find an offical website with all the information i needed
Other Thoughts: this review is only valid for holes 2-7...i plan to go back to play the other 20..i know ill be satisfied...must see go now
3 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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