2 Helpful / 0 Not
long unique course.
Pros: I nice big course, 21 located in the city park. The disc golf area is somewhat separte from the park meaning that there is not a lot of foot traffic and cars to worry about. The teepads are nice, large, level cement. Baskets were in great shape. Front few holes are open and then tightens up a bit in the middle of the course. Long and short holes with definate birdie/ace potential. Some pins were placed with good use of trees to add to the challenge. Water comes in play on a couple of holes. Appears well maintained, clean and benches throughout the course for a breather.
Cons: There are a few holes with missing signs and thus leads to some confusion but could be figured out fairly easily. Lack of elevation on this course, not like some of the mountain courses in the western half of the state. Some of the shots seemed repetitive. Most of the shots are fairly straight, not much of left or right throws needed. The first few holes seem out of place with the rest of the course as they are placed around a baseball field. If there is a game being played, I would assume the first 4-5 holes would be unplayable.
Other Thoughts: I definately enjoyed my time on this course. I would love to play it in the summer when everything is fully grown, I could see how that would add to the challenge of the back half of the course. Though there are some pretty short holes, a beginner might get frustrated with the trees and longer holes on the back half of the course. I really enjoyed this course and would play again.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Huge Teepads, great teesigns. Free camping in park, with power hookup for rv's.
Cons: Bathrooms are run down. weeds get high in summer on course. russian olive.
Other Thoughts: This course starts on a grassy mowed area then moves to a non-maintained area with cottonwood and russian olive to navigate around and through. Course is well marked though and you wont get lost, just need to keep an eye on your disc. Play is long for the most part, big-arms have the advantage as long as you stay on the fairways. Risk/Reward factor for the average pro player is better than most courses. most holes have options to shoot for with higher risk for certain lines, or play it safe...not much elevation change, but the trees make it a real challenge. The city of Ft. Morgan is 100% behind the disc golf community here so it makes it a great place to play at. Right off the freeway with amenities almost within walking distance.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
8 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: There are 21 holes most of them 300+. The front 9 plays in a well a groomed park with the back 12 playing in a jungle of trees and weeds that you would find within a few hundred yards of a river. The signs more than made up for the lack of people to guide you, they show the location of alternate pin locations and the direction of the next tee box. The course as wide open with some trees. Just enough trees so that you can really rip drives out on this course and the baskets are all close enough to trees to still make some skill out of it. The front nine plays in the park and makes use of water.
Cons: The weeds can be rough, if you have allergies like me you will want to take something. Bring mosquito repellant, Ft Morgan is lush and right next to the river. The signage breaks down some in the back twelve but you will still be able to find your way.
Other Thoughts: I heard someone say that its Optimist Park with the back 12 being Pessimist Park, but for me the last 12 really made the course. In fact it felt to me that the course is a strange experience with every hole being more interesting than the hole before it.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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