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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