Bellingham, WA 
Cornwall Park Share
Uploaded By: timg Hole #9
3 / 220ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #9 Tee

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 Where i first got my feet wet

5+    12/29/2011   1/6/2012
Review By: northwestblazinfire
Played: 11  Reviewed: 10  Exp: 4 Years
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Great beginner course
Nice cobblestone tee pads
Pro tee pads arnt offical but add extra diff.
Chill vibe
you can shoot 9 from the hill across the field for a bonus down hill run
Cons: way to crowded
No epic long looks except the bonus 10
1 really easy pitch and put
again with the crowd...
Other Thoughts: My home course is NSRA so im used to much more seclusion. Although i used to live on victor st in Bellingham and first got my feet wet at this course, it dosnt really do it for me anymore. If i want technical tplay i just go to Lake Stevens, Bellingham is desperate for an awesome world class Discgolf course though. The people are awesome and the disc community is thriving there i hope they get their "NSRA"

3 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Fun Jaunt in the Evergreens

1    5/11/2009   8/26/2009
Review By: forehandfranz
Played: 178  Reviewed: 108  Exp: 22.3 Years
This review was updated on 7/16/2013
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This course resides underneath a massive canopy of fir trees. The layout for the 9 hole course is short and a mix of fairly open fairways, but has 4 sharp doglegs. Nearly all the holes are aceable which really adds to the fun. The huge trees will keep you dry in the rain too. I played with a couple of nice locals who became very useful in finding hole #6 (see cons below). The tee pads are gritty brick tile that are well constructed, mildly sloped for drainage, and decent overall.
Cons: The course can get quite crowded in the afternoons, and having an extra nine holes would sure help alleviate this. The flow is quite good until you try to find #6 tee. It must be a quarter mile walk down the other road in the park, and it's unsigned. If I hadn't been playing with locals, this would have really put a dent in my attitude. So, the course could really use some "next tee" signs and some signs on the teepads. The local club does not post maps on the website- this is badly needed!
Other Thoughts: Overall, I found this an enjoyable layout and would reccomend it if you are in Bellingham. Go early in the day or when it's raining to try and avoid crowds.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

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