Alton Baker - finally pay-to-play!
4 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Located right in the heart of a disc golf - starved community. Utilizes the space that the city made available very well. The tee pads are very nice, and I love that they are made of recycled materials. A lot of variety with all of the pin locations. The park is open until 11 pm so it will see some glow action, too.
Cons: It's brand new, so it still needs some amenities like benches and a porta-potty.
Other Thoughts: This disc golf course could really turn the tide in finally getting the Eugene area some more course. I love pay courses and happily will compensate someone for this great sport.
4 of 7 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: -Some tight fairways.
-nice typical oregon park
-lots of basket locations that will move often
-manicured cut grass through most of park.
Cons: -a little Repetitive.
-pay to play (if it wasn't, wouldn't exist)
Other Thoughts: You can buy an annual membership. I think the course is still young and needs time. A lot of the basket locations were straight ahead but there is possibility for more variation. I would like to see other setups before I completely make up my mind. Better than west Moreland.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 8 Not
Disc golf is free
Pros: -18 hole course in Eugene
-Well maintained and groomed
-Next tee signage after every pin (much needed!)
-Clear cut fairways and rough
-4 pins on nearly every hole
-Long teepads that extend past a marked foul line to allow for a safe follow through
Cons: -Pay to play course
-No signature hole, every hole feels the same from the teepad. Short, straight and low.
-The flow from hole to hole feels confused at times
-No marker as to which of the 4 pins your playing
-All but 1 or 2 pins is straight in front of the teepad and not long. If you can throw a Roc 300' that may be the only disc you need here
-Other than tunnel shots, lack of trees. No manipulation of trees necessary. If you get a fair drive off the tee, par on every hole is easily attainable
6 of 14 people found this review helpful.
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