Rock Springs, WY 
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Uploaded By: DGtourist Hole #6 (Taken 6/2009)
4 / 192ft. Par / Distance:

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fun short course

1    10/24/2015   10/24/2015
Review By: r6deano
Played: 23  Reviewed: 1  Exp: 36.5 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -Nice baskets
-Concrete tee pads
Cons: -9 holes
-no trees
Other Thoughts: This course isn't bad considering it is in the middle of nowhere.
I had some work in Rock Springs and was pleasantly surprised by this course. Yes, there are very few trees and its short but it has some elevation changes and a few mandys to make it a little challenging. I actually like to play course with shorter holes once in a while. This course was perfect for a quick round after a day of work.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Pleasant Suprise

1    12/10/2011   12/11/2011
Review By: little oz
Played: 70  Reviewed: 28  Exp: 4.4 Years
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Creative design on an very small piece of ground, yet i can't think of any spot where you would really be in the way of another group, Kudos to the planners and city for even having a course. Everything is thoughtful and first class (rock benches, signs, tee pads, etc). Ace runs abound, great view from #2 tee. Nothing over 300 feet here, and a couple of holes are under 200' (#1,2,and maybe one more), Mandos on 4 and 7 make the course more challenging by challenging you to throw through a couple of column "gates". Nice job using the moderate terrain changes so you get some up and downhill shots (#3down, #8 back up the hill), Perfect course to play 9 if you are heading through on I-80. I rated this a 3.0 because the definition is "good". This course is good for what it is, a 9-hole community course that is among the best that i've seen yet. It isn't Phantom Falls, but it isn't trying to be.
Cons: Short course, which is either a pro or con depending on your POV. If it weren't for the first class touches and thoughtful layout, this park would be a 1.5 or 2 at best. Open course probably subject to nasty Wyoming winds, but there aren't any true places where you can lose a disc.
Other Thoughts: Wear hiking boots or trail runners. After the snow had melted, the dirt/clay clung moderately to my feet. Rocky, sharp terrain also.

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