10 Helpful / 3 Not
A fun stop
Pros: Good hole variety, unique in the sense that some holes have you throwing through fairly open alleys in the woods. Great variety in terrain and also well maintained.
Cons: Lack of signage made for a bit of confusion finding some holes. Tee pads were hurting as well.
Other Thoughts: Jordan will have you throwing over water, hiking hills and playing some really interesting holes. There's really something for everyone here and it's a guaranteed good time.
If you're a first timer here (as I was) I'd recommend a spotter for some holes if you really want to "go for it" as a bad shot will end up in the woods a lot of the time.
10 of 13 people found this review helpful.
Very nice layout!
5 Helpful / 6 Not
Pros: 18 holes of the best disc golf the Lehigh Valley has to offer. Baskets are in great shape. Good mix of open holes with wooded, but fair holes. Concrete tees allow for a full run up. A few offer alternate pins which can vary the course a little bit. Some water holes, but all except 7 are not intimidating, and the creek is shallow as of this write-up (more times than not it will be). No pinball holes. Excellent use of the land and the elevation. Holes 10 and 18 true standouts.
Cons: Not for beginners. Bring the bug spray, and aquashoes wouldn't hurt either. Can flood in heavy rains. 7 can be intimidating if you don't have the distance to carry the water.
Other Thoughts: This is the best course in the valley, in my opinion. Nockamixon is technically not a Valley course, and although Parkway is very solid, I feel this course has more special shots and holes than Parkway. This must be your first stop if you've never been to the Valley before.
5 of 11 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: This is the most enjoyable course that I have played. It offers a wide variety of holes - some long and open, some short and heavily wooded, and others are steep and hilly. The course is well-groomed and features 3 or 4 of the most memorable holes that I have ever played (Holes 7, 9, 13, and 18 come to mind).
Cons: Some of the tee pads need a bit of work. The carpet is coming off in some spots, and I can remember several occasions where I have pulled or released drives too early because I had slipped on the tee-pad.
Other Thoughts: This course also features a variety of water obstacles. A river or lake comes into play on holes 1, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, 13, and 18 ( twice on 18 ;-) ). However, the water is generally shallow, so bring a pair of sandles or water shoes and you can easily retrieve most water-thrown discs. However, the lake on hole 7 is deep and features very stagnant water that I would not set foot in. I would imagine it currently holds over 40-50 discs.
7 of 9 people found this review helpful.
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