20 Helpful / 5 Not
One Of The Best In The Northwest!
Pros: It sits in a lovely park. It's nestled under 200 foot Douglas Fir Trees. It has some wonderful elevation change which makes for some "Big Air Throws." I like the fact that there are clearly defined fairways on each hole. You will be rewarded if you can throw reasonably straight. It's what disc golf in the Northwest should be, whether you're there on a drizzly, gray day or a lovely sunny day. The towering trees offer protection from the elements.
Cons: It's not marked all that well and we had a difficult time finding the park but it's so worth the experience once you get there.
Other Thoughts: I rate it # 1 in the Pacific Northwest just a stroke ahead of Milo McIver.
UPDATE-Almost five years later! I've just recently had the pleasure of playing Whistler's Bend. Until I play somewhere better, IMO Whistler's Bend is the best course in the NW. Pier is beautiful and challenging in it's own way.
20 of 25 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 18 Not
Pros: One of the best courses along the coast.
Cons: No signs
Other Thoughts: i travel a lot and this is the place to go if your not visiting estacada
6 of 24 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 12 Not
Grea City Course
Pros: City course with great variety and challenge. Long holes mostly under 200ft tall evergreens. Lots of elevation change, and difficult routes.
Cons: I live in NY! No Signs.
Other Thoughts: The best course inside city limits I have ever played, hands down.
7 of 19 people found this review helpful.
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