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Uploaded By: TeeDoubleU Hole #8 (Taken 5/2013)
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Challenging Course With Great Views

5+    6/9/2014   6/11/2014
Review By: TeeDoubleU
Played: 64  Reviewed: 3  Exp: 16.3 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: 1. This course has the best, most attractive, and most complete signage I've ever seen. Period. Despite being an expansive course, players can't get lost. Everything is signed and clear.
2. The views are outstanding, especially holes 8 and 18. The entire Wind River range rolls out in front of you as you play. The course smells of pine and sage and is home to plenty of curious deer.
3. The course boasts tremendous variety. Water comes into play on four holes, there are huge elevation changes, some holes are short and technical while others are open and very long, there are holes that play in a park-like setting, and others that play over rugged terrain.
4. The course is easy to find and navigate with good parking and an intuitive layout.
5. Long, professionally poured tee pads provide sure-footed driving conditions. A few tee pads aren't yet installed, but the forms are in place, so I assume they should be going in this summer.
6. The course boasts a variety of challenges that should create issues for any style of player.
Cons: 1. It gets awfully windy in the spring. Wind makes a round more interesting, but sometimes, early in the season, it's so bad that the course is unplayable.
2. While the fairways are generally mowed, the rough on the back 9 is really rough. Finding errant drives in the tall grass on holes 8-13 and on 16 can be a challenge.
3. Trees come significantly into play on half of the holes, but the other nine are pretty open. The course designers did a bunch of dirtwork to create berms and canyons that make the non-treed holes interesting, but it's a pity that the hole course isn't more wooded.
4. Bring water! There's no where to get a drink or take a bathroom break on the course.
Other Thoughts: For out-of-towners, this course is very worth the stop on the way to Yellowstone. It's the best course in Fremont County and among the very best in the state.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Great Potential

1    5/24/2013   6/13/2013
Review By: DarthDiscMan
Played: 1  Reviewed: 1
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Wide variety of tee shots(uphill, downhill, sidehill, etc.)
One of the best views of the Lander area and Wind River Mountains.
Challenging Terrain.
Great use of available property.
Course has a nice flow.
You get a nice hike in while playing a great game.
Cons: Front 9 could use some trees.
Could use some clean up in some areas.
Other Thoughts: It should be noted that the Lander Ridge Disc Golf Course is still under construction. Many of the cons one might find are to be expected like the tee pads for example. I appreciate the opportunity to play the course and see it evolve. I think this course will be a 4.5 or 5 disc course upon completion.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Bad Tee Pads

1    6/7/2013   6/10/2013
Review By: JohnnyQ
Played: 1  Reviewed: 1
0 Helpful / 7 Not
Pros: Some challenging shots on challenging terrain.
Cons: Horrible Tee pads. They are too short and leave no room for a run up. They are also raised and are going to lead to a broken ankle, why they are not sunken into the ground is beyond me.
I would also recommend watching out for rattle snakes.

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