4 Helpful / 0 Not
Interesting if you play the outofbounds
Pros: for a small course in a small park, the holes are very well laid out to provide a lot of fun.
This course plays in about 30-45 minutes, so I just played it 3 times and felt pretty satisfied.
Friendly locals. Bob, who lives across the street actually came out just to play with me. A very nice guy.
Lots of annhyser and placement drives. Good use of brush and obstacles.
Cons: i played the first round by myself, and I was constantly looking for the tees which are small squares of concrete. A lack of signage made that first round a bit annoying. I even had the map, but was checking it constantly.
This course is in it's infancy though, and bob tells me that signs are coming.
i played in a rainy week, so the ground was loaded and soggy. Watching my disc splash into grass wasn't fun.
A very short course with the possibility of numerous other park users.
This course was a lot more interesting when I started playing by the local rules. Basically, the patch of grass with the basket is in, and all paths and fences that form a limit to the "green" area mark out of bounds. This reduces the available shots significantly and makes this short course interesting.
Quite a lot of fun really, and it's the only thing in town.
That reminds me. This is basically a test course for the city, and if things continue to go well, I think we can expect more courses in montreal. So pick up your trash, try to be respectful of other park users etc. etc.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 2 Not
Winter D at Ignace
Pros: Nice location, good setup, beautiful park with lots of other things to do while there! Also a fairly reasonable layout and good for beginners with challenges for pros
Cons: 1) It's in Montreal where the winter is really hard to play
2) It's only 12 holes
3) There was alot of near path play for lines it seemed
Other Thoughts: I can't wait to come back in Spring/Summer and see this course shine in the sunlight! Regardless, it was freakin sweet to see just the baskets hovering on a blanket of snow over 2 foot deep!
3 of 5 people found this review helpful.
9 Helpful / 0 Not
Montreal starter parc
Pros: -The only permanent course in Montreal.
-Takes advantage of the limited amount of space available in the park.
-Heavy use of OB (all roads/paths play OB) favors acurate shot making over booming tee shots.
Cons: -Pretty short. I think the longest hole here is around 250 feet.
-If not for the locals, I would have never been able to figure out how to navigate the course or even where the tees were located.
-Tees are not just hard to find but were un-numbered when I played. Based on the pictures, it now looks like that's been taken care of.
Other Thoughts: I was lucky enough to run into several ADGM (Association Disc Golf du Montreal) members at the course who were happy to show me around. Everyone was very friendly (especially since I don't speak a word of French!) and was proud of the local DG community. They've really put together a good grass roots movement to make this course a possiblity. It was quite an honor to be the first international player to throw Ignace Bourget and even though its not the world's most exciting course, my round here will stand out as one of my favorite DG memories.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful.
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