Findlay, OH 
Riverbend Disc Golf Trail Share
Uploaded By: timg Hole #11
3 / 335ft.   3 / 335ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #11 Tee



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 So-So

1    9/3/2012   9/3/2012
Review By: lildragon
Played: 40  Reviewed: 14  Exp: 19.5 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: - Concrete tee pads
- Some alternate tee pads
- Quality baskets
- Nice big tee signs
- Clean park
- Practice basket
- Restrooms
Cons: - Most holes are just straight on
- No pictures on the tee signs, but not really needed as per above...
- Somewhere along the back 9, in the early teens I think it was, the place became crawling with grasshoppers and crickets. At first I just found it funny, but it just got worse until it felt almost infested and every step you took there were 15-20 things jumping every which way

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Jumbled

1    11/26/2011   11/28/2011
Review By: kinger
Played: 37  Reviewed: 37  Exp: 4.6 Years
Pros:
~Amazing park with plenty to offer any visitor
~Signs, baskets, tee pads, paths are all high quality
~Easy navigation and a decent flow overall
~Solid mixture of holes, a handful of pro tees are a bonus
~Good use of the land provided
Cons:
~Busy park activities will factor into some areas of the course
~Too many short straightforward holes takes away from the challenge
~Some places are fairly swampy
~Overgrowth could eat discs during the growing season
Other Thoughts:
Visited on a windy late morning the day after Thanksgiving and was immediately impressed as soon as I crossed over the covered bridge into the park. The layout of the park is astounding with plenty to offer any group or family. Numerous playgrounds, trails, paths and interactive kiosks to keep non-disc golfers busy while the course is played. Practice basket and proper signage direct you to the start of the trail and from there navigation is simple due to ample signage. The first couple of holes are nice short warm ups with some trees that come into play. Unfortunately after that the next handful of holes play across from each other in a small wide open clearing. All of these are putter holes and are very disappointing. This could also be a disaster if the course is busy since they play in a circle next to each other. After that the course starts to improve with some long open drives mixed in with wooded holes. A decent amount of variety adds to an overall good layout. The last few holes seem detached from the rest of the course and play by a river in an area that appears to be subject to flooding. I played when the vegetation was not an issue, however it appears the areas along many of the fairways is allowed to grow during the warm months which may be a disc searching disaster if you can't throw straight. Wider fairways would probably be helpful. Most likely I will revisit during early Spring and late Autumn while visiting the area. It's a pleasant course all in all, however I wish it provided a better challenge.

 river bend

1    12/30/2010   12/30/2010
Review By: xxdestroyerxx
Played: 13  Reviewed: 3
0 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Good mix of forehand and backhand shots though a big park.


Cons: short holes that are easy and without much obstacles on most holes.
the rough is overly thick in the summer .
nothing that makes this course stand out ,the hole design is boring .

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