Cascade Locks, OR 
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Uploaded By: krickerd Hole #10 (Taken 8/2013)
3 / 342ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #10 Tee

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New Beast in the Gorge!

2-4    3/24/2013   3/20/2013
Review By: kinfolkfan
Played: 96  Reviewed: 18  Exp: 9.6 Years
This review was updated on 3/25/2013
4 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: The new course in Cascade Locks was well designed to challenge all skill levels. You start off in somewhat open areas with large oaks and throw a few longer open holes. The course then leads you down in to the woods by the water with a good mix of elevations. The course has great large tee pads and awesome Bentley Baskets as well. DC was also nice enough to leave some free open land for a driving range near the parking lot. All in all it is a great course that is only going to get better!
Cons: The one thing at this point is the lack of signage, I do believe this is going to be remedied soon though. After hole 9 finding 10's tee can be tricky. Part of the course is located in a abandon cul-de-sac and cars may park just off the fairway of some holes. Some holes tee from the cul-de-sac and once again this could be a problem with the cars. One holes(12 maybe) basket is pretty close to a road. I am really nit picking here, none of these issues will really effect how you enjoy the course. As someone mentioned on another site it could be renumbered to move the walk out from the end to the middle of the course. Six in one hand 1/2 dozen in the other I suppose.
Other Thoughts: My hope is this course brings more disc golf interest to the Columbia Gorge. With North Bonneville right across the river this is becoming a great head quarters for Gorge Disc Golf. Hope you enjoy the course and happy hucking.

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