0 Helpful / 5 Not
Great if you can get it w/o wind
Pros: Nice mix of technical and distance. Beautiful dead park.
Cons: Not all sinage up. If you don't pay attention when your teeing off you might have to walk back to see where the heck the next tee ipfcs. Only 2 holes with elevation change.
Other Thoughts: I was lucky and missed the wind but it could easily ruin a day. Boots recommended because of all the prickly pears
0 of 5 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 1 Not
Casper the friendly course
Pros: The course has a nice flow to it. Concrete tee pads on 16 of the 18 holes. Tee signs at each pad that help you navigate the course. It's located right next to the river so many trees grow here giving you something to challenge almost every shot. The trees are plentiful but not thick, thus there is some sort of chute on each shot, making skills count not just random luck. Two of the holes had water on them when I played #3 (to the left of the tee) and #5 (a 100 ft shot across the water from the tee) but I'm not sure if that's year round from looking at other course pictures. Hole #7 goes up a steep hill. Hole #8 is short but across a narrow, steep mini canyon. Hole #9 drops down a good 40-50 ft for a fun tee off with a great view of the area. Hole #18 had the pin near a bit of a swamp giving me a bayou vibe. It's out on the edge of town and exclusively for disc golf, making it relaxed.
Cons: Tee signs are a bit simplistic making it hard to find the baskets the first time through.
Other Thoughts: What a pleasant surprise this was after driving mile after mile across the open Wyoming landscape. This is a great location for a course out on the prairie. This course is LONG and technical. I don't throw a huge distance so pars were hard to come by but I was playing with someone of similar skill level so we had a great time competing. The only things I would change about this course would be adding some orange paint to the basket center pole facing the tee for visibility, and maybe placing the basket on hole #13 on the side of the ridge to add another hole with some elevation. Print up the course map before you play or you will wander a bit looking for the next tee. All in all it was slightly raining, it was getting dark when I played, I felt a bit ill from being on a roadtrip too long, and still I had a blast! Worth stopping for and even maybe worth going out of your way for.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 3 Not
very fun course
Pros: long, dificult, techinical, very fun course to play. this is tied for my favorite course in Wyoming, and in my top 5 ever.
Cons: casper is usually windy so makes this a very right time, right place course.
Other Thoughts: if you like playing frolf, and are going through central Wyoming, this is a must play course!
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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