3 Helpful / 0 Not
Short, Open, but would be happy if I lived close
Pros: This course was set up for the beginner in mind. It has no holes over 400 feet and most are wide open, for the time being. Each hole features concrete tees, signage with hole information and nice DGA Mach 5s. This course is a great place to work on your short game. Many new trees were planted that in a few years will make this course tougher. The flow is easy to follow and brings you back to the start once you finish #9. We were the only group on the course at the time.
Cons: This course is short and lacks a variety of shots. You can basically throw a big hyzer on every hole. There are a few shots in which there are several baskets that could be the target you are shooting. House at the end of the fairway on hole 2 could pose safety problems. Lots of stickers to attach themselves to your shoes and clothing. Some fairways seem to close together. Hole 8 appears to be an afterthought as you play hole 7 then hole 8 shoots and ends in the opposite direction of tee 9 which is right near hole 7.
Other Thoughts: This course was designed for the family and beginner. People wanting a better disc golf experience should head to the beautiful Optimist DGC in Ft. Morgan (about 10 mins away). I did witness what may have been the first ace at this course on Hole 8-11/13/201 at 2:52pm if anyone else can dispute this let me know. This course would be good to play a game of Ript, skins or another fun disc golf game.
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