0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Great scenery, challenging pin placement thru the trees. At least two possible ace holes with a good mid shot.
Cons: No maps/distance. Poorly marked. Unless you're rocking hiking boots don't go.
Other Thoughts: Way out in the bush. I'd recommend personal protection for bears or big cats. It was fun but next time I'm definitely bringing something with a little more uhhp than a pocket knife.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 5 Not
Not very fair
Pros: Someone obviously took a lot of time to cut down a bunch of trees to make these "holes." There are a few really interesting shots out there. Most notably number 18 is a really crazy hyzer dump shot. You play your disc about 100 feet in front of you, and then let it faaaaade down a hill to a pin position a good 75' below the "tee pad." Bring your accuracy!
Cons: Unfortunately, I don't think I'll be coming back here anytime soon. The course has no facilities of any kind, no signs, no real tee pads, no bathrooms.... really, not much of anything.
It really feels like they kind of forced this course to happen, because the terrain is very steep and densely wooded and really doesn't lend itself to disc golf very well. Even though there are "fairways," they are often only a few feet wide. Many of the holes are laid out so that they can't be deuced, and virtually everyone will just take a 3. Just bad hole design. I know there are probably people who really like this place and have worked on it, but there is a lot to do before this is even a decent course. The lack of signage and no clearly marked tee pads were my biggest frustrations.
Other Thoughts: If you go, go ready to hike, because its steeep! And don't bother bringing drivers. The holes are almost all very short. No need for anything except a few putters and mids.
1 of 6 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: This course could be a gem one day if they make some of the holes a little less narrow. Playing in the Pacific NW, a lot of people are used to that and it makes you a lot better but some of the holes are a little unrealistic. I loved the up and down nature of the landscape and you'll get a great exercise just walking through this course.
Cons: Tee boxes aren't the easiest to find but luckily I played with someone who's played it multiple times. I assume they are constantly upgrading this course, so I know that will improve. Trees aren't that big of a deal but when you have a long hole with almost no passage for your shots, you aren't going to enjoy the hole. This happens about 3 or 4 times during the 18 holes.
Other Thoughts: Beautiful hike/game to enjoy and this course has a great future. Played on vacation up in Seattle and would definitely return in the future to hopefully see some progress.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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