4 Helpful / 1 Not
Bring pain meds
Pros: Very well kept and very new! You will be walking on level grass all day so there is no need to wear "roughing it" foot wear like Columbia Park. If you want to work on your driving game this is the place for you! #6 is a crushing 802ft. Some jerks took the signs that were at each tee pad. Thank goodness that the people who run the park did not let the few wreck it for the rest of us. They have replaced the signs. KUDOS TO YOU GUYS!!!
Cons: Like most have posted the water is a black hole and I lost a disc into the Columbia river at #12. #13 can be another disc eater. The back 9 is a total teeth grinding event. You want to just chuck the heck out your disc but you have to hold back due to the river and the road being so close.
Other Thoughts: Love the Tee pads! After a good round, a lost disc and temper I'd say this is a great course to play and see. I'd also highly recommend that if you do play this course that you do it in the AM as you are in a big park and people are all over having BBQ's. On the 1st run right off the tee we were throwing right at a family eating. No way around it but to play it safe and short our shots. If you beat the BBQ'ers it is wide open. Maps of the course are located on the side of the park office (trailer).
This web page shows that #15 has a pro shot of 820ft but the local map only shows one tee to #15 at 628ft. If you look up on the trees they have bolted arrow signs to mark where your fairway is.
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