Springville, UT 
Jolley's Ranch Share
Uploaded By: TheGrim Hole #1 (Taken 9/2013)
3 / 280ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #1 Tee

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1    4/23/2015   4/24/2015
Review By: outlaw7
Played: 2  Reviewed: 2
Pros: The best 18 hole course around that I have played
a good variety of hole types
The park is very well kept and few people getting in the way.
Beautiful area, you are sitting in the canyon surrounded by mountains, which are beautiful.
Cons: Can be a bit of a drive up the canyon if you are not from the area.
It can be easy to get lost so take a picture of one of the signs by a hole so you don't get lost
Other Thoughts: Don't get lost, it's right at the fork just past the ball golf course.
Also had my best lucky 2nd shot ever on hole #1. After hitting a tree and coming up short on my first throw I thew a forehand that bounced into the basket!

  Great Course

1    5/12/2014   5/13/2014
Review By: dblad
Played: 1  Reviewed: 1
Pros: Variety of holes: long, short, obstacles, open shots, landscaped grass, wooded areas, left curves, right curves, blind throws, etc...
Cons: Lack of maps. Make sure to take the course map with you. Picnickers and photo-taking groups are more abundant than other courses. Inconvenience caused by distance away from major cities.
Other Thoughts: Not too difficult for beginners, but still fun and challenging enough for more advanced disc golfers.

 Jolley Good Course

1    4/1/2013   4/2/2013
Review By: TheGrim
Played: 72  Reviewed: 45  Exp: 5.7 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: What a beautiful course! I was pleasantly surprised by the layout which offers a great variety of short, long, dogleg left and right throws. Even some blind shots and tunnels. It's great for beginners and pros.

The park and course are very well taken care of. You get a great variety between the manicured, open shots and the rustic, climbing over logs holes.

It's out of the way so it gets less traffic, but it's close enough to make it worth the afternoon trip.
Cons: There is the obvious lack of tee pads, but most of the tee locations are marked with black markers or are clearly worn.

The course has a couple of flow issues that make finding the next tee mildly difficult. As mentioned before most of the baskets themselves have directions to the next tee. The map provided here is also quite helpful.

For being in a canyon it's amazingly flat. I like elevation changes so this falls in the con section for me.
Other Thoughts: A couple holes have you throwing right next to or directly at a creek. It does add an element of danger for losing discs which makes the course that much funner to play.

13A is insane. I couldn't even see a line to throw through. Luckily there is an alternate pad 13B for people who can't bomb a big hyzer up and over.

With a playground, pavilion and benches it's a great place to take the family and throw some plastic!.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.


5+    10/21/2012   10/22/2012
Review By: cleverett
Played: 29  Reviewed: 3  Exp: 4 Years
This review was updated on 4/11/2014
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Ditto to waywu2001, many opportunities to try/perfect new styles or types of play. Each hole presents unique throwing opportunities and the course has been well thought out to stretch the player.

Even though there are no signs, someone has written the next tee location on all of the chain posts. Once you've played through the first time it's a cinch to get to the next tee.
Cons: The biggest con of this course is the lack of tee pads. There are little signs that designate the tee area but there are no clear boundaries for the tee pad.

The only other improvement I could think of would be to have signs that showed the distance and location of the basket.

Lastly there are many families and young couples that come to use this park for taking pictures. This usually doesn't interfere but is something to keep in mind.
Other Thoughts: All in all this is my favorite course in Utah Valley. It is nestled in one of the most beautiful canyons and is usually picturesque. I've had dear roaming the course while I play and you just don't get that anywhere else. The course is challenging to the more advanced player but also beginner friendly.

UPDATE: April, 2014, Tee signs have been planned and concrete has been poured for them. Word around the street is tee pads and signs coming this year.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

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