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 .
0 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 4 Not
Cut the Grass
Pros: Vary nice park with playgrounds and pavilions. some technical holes and some wide open long drive holes
Cons: the course would be extremely easy if they maintained the grounds better. However when i played the fairways were 4 ft wide (one swipe with the lawn mower) surrounded by waist high grass, brush and thorns. The mosquitoes are out of control here
Other Thoughts: I was very disappointed with this course. The first few holes were well maintained but all close to very thick woods. the later holes were surrounded by such thick grass that that if you don't hit the very tight fairway plan on spending some time digging through a variety of waist high grass, thorns, bushes and reeds that are also a massive mosquito breeding ground. So bring a machete and the bug spray.
1 of 5 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: This course is HUGE 1.8 miles from start to finish. Plenty of "big arm" holes and some great control shots!! The concrete pads (pro and am.) on most holes. The park is beautiful and clean with plenty of other things in the park to make for an entire day of fun.
Cons: The ground is flat (as is most of northern Ohio) Most holes have open flyways with very few trees.
Other Thoughts: A great course to play and a great park to spend the day!! A return trip is in order for sure !!
3 of 7 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: A good mix of forehand and back hand shots with varying distances from about 150 to 480. very well maintained for most of the year. Plenty of chances to get birdies on front 9 to get your score down for the more difficult back 9. riverbend offers many other things to do besides play disc golf including hiking trails, volleyball courts, dog park, and several play grounds. also, several restrooms and water fountains are spred along the course
Cons: Most of the park this course is on is maintained as natured wildlife preserve area so if a disc goes astray it can sometimes be very hard to find in some very deep rough. In the summer months mosquitos can be very bad. aside from a couple of very small hills this course is completely flat
Other Thoughts: other then in the very middle of summer when everything is over grown and the mosquitos are out in full force, this is an extremely fun course. very good layout!!!!!!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Well maintained in the spring/summer months, nicely mowed fairways, nice tee signs, Huge parks with tons of ammeneties, bring the whole family here.
Cons: Short, Open & EASY are the 3 best words to describe this course, front 9 are open and very eaisly 2able, with the exception of #7 (400ft)
Park is heavily used & somtimes closed due to activites going on.
#16,17,18 are sometimes unplayable if the river floods
Heavy brush on allot of holes make for lost discs
Mosquito's are out of control in the summer
Course has 0 elevation
Some holes have pro tee's but most do not?
Other Thoughts: It's a fun course to play, but kinda far from 75, mabey a 10 or 12 mile hike.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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