Variety, variety, variety! A+
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Red and Blue tee boxes make this a great course for beginners and more experienced players.
Wide variety of hole angles coupled with various types of terrain make for a great course.
Overall, this is my favorite course to play.
Cons: One of the blue tee boxes in not available on weekends while paintballers are present.
This just means you will shoot from the red tee box but if you are like me, you only get to play on weekends and the blue tee is never available. I have played on weekdays and started from the blue and would like to play from it more often.
Other Thoughts: Some people list the wet conditions of hole #2 and #3 as a Con however, with a good pair of shoes this should not be considered a Con.
While being on Private Property is not directly a Con this course is at risk of being closed down due to litter and prohibited acts on the course. Please be respectful on this course to keep it open.
If you have ever had the pleasure to speak with the man leasing the property, Donnie I think it was, great guy, you would know that the Paintballers pay the lease to the Disc Golf course. If they are present near any of the boarders of the course and their field, please give them the right away.
If you do not choose to give them the right away then you can atleast chip in a couple bucks into the metal donation tube near the billboard by Tee #1.
If you come across trash do your part and bring it to the trash bag at the next tee box.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Super long course in Kitsap county
Pros: this course is super long. having you play over 2000ft in the first 3 holes, can we say ridiculous. This course has the open holes for those with cannons, tight fairways for precision, and tons of elevation change. If i had to compare to other nearby courses, I would say this course is a cross between Shelton springs openness (if thats a word) and Fairgrounds DGC woods. I am extremely pleased with this courses, especially since its the longest one from what i hear in Washington state. Theres 4 other courses all within 10 minutes of here and 1 thats about 25 minutes away. From my understanding, theres 2 Par 5's and 6 Par 4's shoulda kept the course map, sorry. But there are laminated maps for those that dont know there way around, just be sure to return them to the kiosk.Theres a hole to test any kind of shot you have in your arsenal. Overall great course.
Cons: Like the description says no cement teepads, and when I played it there were only 8 temp baskets that Mr. Paul Wright left out, the rest were poles in the ground marking where the baskets were going. None of these are real cons, just things being worked on obviously since this course just got completed.
Other Thoughts: Cant wait till its completely done. I know the Organiztion is holding some work parties to clear up the fairways and to install baskets when they come in, in about a week. Lovely long holes, which is what we needed in Kitsap. Since the other courses all play par 54. Definately a little tough for beginners, they can play it but be ready for a very long round. With skilled players your loking at 2.5 to 3 hours for a round. Good luck and enjoy.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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