0 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Very good. Similiar to the whites. Wide open, cement tees, baskets, good people, etc.
Cons: Not too many.
Other Thoughts: Was confusing to play when they re-did it last year. Brewer all together is my favorite course to locally play, however, I have yet to drive up to Shelby to try the infamous "Flip City".
0 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: All holes are very well laid out and some pretty challenging. I've played all 4 of the courses and enjoyed them all. Blue and Gold are perfect for novice and pro levels.
Cons: Blue and Gold are always busy, but the wait is not all that bad. Red and Gold courses are being redone so if you want to play a whole round on them you have to shoot at some poles instead of baskets.
Other Thoughts: I do have to say that all 4 of the courses are great and by far these are one of the best I've played in west michigan.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Gotta love going to a course that has 36 holes. Four seperate nines make it easy to work around other groups. All types of shots utilized throughout. Well marked and very well maintained (by some crazy-looking guy with eyes that pierce the soul)
Cons: Can get a little muddy in the off-season. A few holes become unplayable due to flooding. Some cages are a little rickety.
Other Thoughts: I play this course when I'm in the area due to the amount of disc offered. It's a nice park with all sorts of challenges. One side is in the woods with shorter birdie holes while the other side opens up long drives through the fields. No serious water hazards so expect to walk away with all your discs in your bag.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 0 Not
Disc Golf Destination in West Michigan
Pros: One of four color coded 'nines' at this 36 hole course. The 'Red' nine is mostly out in the open, on a hilly and grassy plain, with some trees on the edges of some of the holes. Wind will frequently be an issue on these holes. Some elevation changes, downhill and uphill add to the challenge. Of the four 'nines', I frequently find this one the most challenging.
Cons: Nearly always busy. Weekdays in the mornings are usually a good time to avoid the crowds.
Other Thoughts: Nearby disc store on Division and 76th is a good 'combo stop' if you travel any distance to get to this park.
There have been some recent renovations at this park. The 'Red' course got a little bit of a makeover, with changes to the first four holes. It also seems that in the past year, the park has gotten a bit 'cleaner' looking, as far as beer bottles and trash surrounding the tees.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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