1 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: In Town, will produce players that can throw in the wind, concrete tees, nice baskets
Cons: Not completed, Long open throws
Other Thoughts: The course is still 3-5 years out from being completed. The throws are longer than at most courses I have played (8-10 others). Wind is often a factor... great for learning how to play when windy. After talking with the designer, it should be about a 3.5-4.5 after the course is complete. They are mowing the course, not nearly as many lost discs found this summer as last fall.
1 of 5 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
A place to folf
Pros: Course is located in the middle of Bozeman and is the only in-town course available (except MSU campus which is not an official course). Fairly easy for all experience levels.
Cons: It's in Bozeman and now it has some grass.
Other Thoughts: No trees or shade any time of the day so bring water. If it rains marsh areas will be very soupy. DON'T WEAR SANDALS unless you like various thorns and prickers in your feet. No trash cans and large groups get annoying. This course was created after disc golf was banned at Lindley Park, the original and best course in Bozeman. Find some one to take you to Battle Ridge course north of Bridger Bowl Ski Area.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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