1 Helpful / 3 Not
Short Holes, Easy Ace
Pros: Has alot of short holes that is good for begginers
During I think half of this course there is a camp area which people can relax by, and if not busy could start a small contained fire
Lots of cans that can be picked up throughout the park
Cons: Can get very busy, which can get annoying if you went to disc without waiting.
Other Thoughts: There are hiding spots in this course which certain "smoking" can be used for.
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: Short, tech course, when playing all 4 @ brewer, this one offers a break for your arm, and is mostly shaded on hot days.
Cons: Often bottlenecked on busy days, a couple perpetually muddy fairways.
Other Thoughts: Brewer park, best in GR by head and shoulders.
0 of 4 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Perfect distance holes for beginners. Could be possible first ace course** for anyone. Couple of holes are changed up to make it an interesting course to come back to, particularly hole 4 and 6. Wooded coure makes it fun and a challenge.
Cons: Very busy. Some players may find it to wooded. Pay attention to flying disc from the other courses present.
Other Thoughts: Brewer Park is a fun day get away, play 4 rounds on 4 different 9 hole courses.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
One of the best!
Pros: GREAT combination of short, medium, and long holes, as well as open fairways, tree clusters, uphill and downhill. Impossible to get lost as a newbie, fun ace runs on #1, #3, #4, #5, #8. and #9. As with all Brewer courses, pads are swept and bottles cleared on a daily basis.
Cons: Can get muddy in the spring and after a hard rain. As the most popular course at Brewer, can get backed up on tee #1 and #2, but after that mostly clear sailing.
Other Thoughts: Good scores on blue will be around -3 to -4 as a single, and -5 to -6 with a partner. -9's are possible, but rare.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Best in Grand Rapids
Pros: One of four 'color coded' nines at this 36 hole course. The 'Blue' nine is easily the most beginner friendly, and frequently the most crowded. A lot of birdie and ace opportunities, yet the many trees will still add challenge to more advanced players.
Cons: Some of the holes on this nine come dangerously close to holes on the 'white' course, so look out for errant throws, especially near the 3rd hole.
Other Thoughts: Been some recent redesign at this course, but Blue seems to be unaffected, with the exception of a new tee pad on the 8th hole.
Nearby disc shop on Division is a nice 'combo stop' if you are in the area, with a nice selection, and friendly staff.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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