Some Fun Shots but Hard to Access
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -Nice Innova Discatchers that are in good shape, catch well and easy to see off the tee.
-Good variety of distances on the course. Holes range from about 230 feet to almost 600 feet. A majority of the holes are over 350 feet, with quite a few over 400 feet.
-Good variety of holes on the course. There were some wooded holes that required different shots and some accuracy and then some more wide open holes that let you rip your disc.
-The cattails on the course and the roads (which are all played out of bounds) added some nice risk and reward to a few holes that would be boring other wise.
-Scorecards were readily available at the first hole.
-Multiple pin-positions on about half of the holes.
Cons: -The tee-pads were just dirt and can be very hard to find. Some of the tee-pads were marked with a flag, but the majority were just marked by a brick sunk into the ground. Some of the bricks were almost impossible to find. I suggest playing with someone who has played the course before your first time.
-Since there are no tee-signs, it can also be hard to know which basket you are aiming at.
-Lots of roads and a parking lot on 18 come into play on the course, and could cause some safety issues for non-disc golfers.
-It is very hard for civilians to access this course. If you don't have military credentials, you will have to get someone who does to sponsor you to get on the base.
-The cattails (while they added a nice risk/reward) are very easy to lose a disc in and if you throw into them, it will take a while to find your disc. Several holes feature some long carries over the cattails, which make the course not very beginner friendly.
-Quite a few holes on the course definitely favor the LHBH or the RHFH thrower, it would be nice is there was a little more balance to the course in this aspect.
-A couple of the holes just felt like filler holes.
-No benches or trashcans on the course.
Other Thoughts: This course had some of the best holes and shots in Cheyenne. Though if you don't have military access to the base it can be a hassle to get access to the course, so it might be best to try some of the other courses in Cheyenne if you are in the area.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Not Worth the Trouble
Pros: -Not busy, ever
-Nice Innova baskets
-Decent length and variety of lengths
-Map/scorecard at the clubhouse. Grab one or you will probably struggle to find your way around.
-Antelope on the course. I like my wildlife.
-Not a lot of trees for shade or challenge. The sun is strong in Cheyenne and there is little humidity. Bring water in the summer.
-Grass here is rough as there is not a lot of precipitation. Wear shoes at the least.
-You are supposed to check in at the clubhouse and I would recommend it.
-Tees are loose dirt and are sometimes hard to find. Marked by little flags.
-Some of the holes play dangerously close to base roads, buildings, parking lots, etc. Be careful on those holes.
Other Thoughts: The antelope on the course are protected so don't try to hit them. You could be fined or kicked off the course or something like that. I don't know if I would recommend this course unless you are a course bagger like me. It is a bit of a hassle to find the clubhouse and check in and the course is only ok. There isn't a ton of variation due to the flatness and openness of this course. However, due to the lack of quality courses in the area you just might want to play here. If I ever join the military I hope I get a course on my base!
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