A decent course in an area without other dg options
Pros: Course is located in an area that offers many other things to do, including camping, hiking and other outdoor activities. So, the disc golf is offered more as one more item. It's not just a dg course.
Almost every hole had a short and long teebox, which is always good. Some of them really changed the tee shot. Others were just another 30-50 feet longer and that's it.
Pretty good use of some elevation with a bit of variety of those shots.
The clubhouse is big, clean, sells and rents discs, and has some food and drinks. It is the center of the activity center for the whole mountain, so they're not just about dg. Also, the dg ain't free as it often is in the states. I think it was $6.50 each (Canadian $).
Cons: We quit early because the bugs got to be too much. It's very wooded with many narrow fairways, which obviously make it a fun challenge, but because it's deep in the woods at the base of Mt. Ham, it's got plenty of flies and mosquitoes that made it less and less fun as we got through our round of 18 holes.
Hole 1 is a bit of a walk from the parking lot. After you leave the clubhouse, you cut through a playground and walk a good way into the woods.
Every hole was par 3 and some were very, very short, even from the long tees.
No water or OB. Many holes were Plinko shots - just very narrow tree hallways and many many trees to dodge along the way.
Other Thoughts: There really aren't many options in that area of Canada, or in Canada in general for that matter, so if you're really dying to play a round (as I was the day I went there), it's good enough. It's 18 holes and does have some variety in elevation and looks from the tee box.
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