5 Helpful / 1 Not
Always Watch Your Disc
Pros: The setting is incredibly beautiful and the holes are easy to find. While there may be others playing the course most of the time it is never crowded. Everything looks the same but each hole provides a unique challenge.
Cons: There is so much brush that you cannot count on any rollers. You will have to watch your disc all the way to the ground on just about every shot and even then you may spend five plus minutes looking for your disc. While I have never lost a disc here I can imagine that it would be easy to do so because I have found a few lost discs myself.
Other Thoughts: This has been a great course to learn on but it is very easy to get away without being forced to make too many different shots. I would love for them to get a new basket for hole five, and they have. The basket for hole five is the best basket on the course. There is also a group of locals that get together every wednesday night to play so show up then if you want a challenge.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 1 Not
A real disc eater
Pros: Disc golf course only on very large, open terrain. Not overcrowded at all. Good park to bring your dog. Some elevation change, so that is quite nice.
Cons: Known to be a bit muddy and brush can get out of control during certain times of the year (leads to many, many lost discs). Every hole kind of feels the same.
Other Thoughts: Make sure to wear pants during most of the year or you will be tore up!
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
View of Freeway!
Pros: It's always nice to play a disc golf-only course! The baskets and pads were in decent condition.
Cons: Not very many trees so the only obstacles were lenght and elevation changes. Didn't challenge one's creativity. The course got fairly monotonous.
Other Thoughts: Not a bad play if you're in the area.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Baskets in good condition and tee pads clearly marked. Interesting foliage with low bushy sagebrush throughout. Elevation changes come into play also. Well trod paths all around so even a first timer can find his/her way around the course.
Cons: Seemed like every hole was long. No baskets closer than 300. On some holes you coul see more than 1 basket and it wasn't always clear which one to throw to. I ended up replaying 14 as I threw at the basket for 1 until right up on it. No pars marked on signposts.
Other Thoughts: Gorgeous backdrop with views of the rockies throughout the course. Lots of garbage cans and course is remarkably clean. Long and tough shot mostly 4's.
3 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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