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Pros: Course was fairly easy to find.
Open fairways with lots of trees on the edges that can be trouble.
Cool location course is set in an abandoned neighborhood
Cons: Some fair ways are old roads which makes for a rough landing. A few holes are blind shots but the under growth was minimal.
Other Thoughts: Very cool setting, would like to know more about the history of the neighborhood that that course is laid out across
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Slightly revamped course makes for better flow and play. Several elevation changes and technical shots. Just about every hole is different so it makes for a fun and challenging course. Signs and benches have been redone so navigating the course has become much easier. Course layout signs have been placed at holes 11 and 1 to make things much more self explanatory.
Cons: A couple holes are a bit long or have 90 degree turns in them so making the par 3 can be difficult ( a little more thought could have been put into them). Some blind holes so be sure to keep eyes and ears open.
Other Thoughts: Be sure to stop and check it out for yourself if your in the area...
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 3 Not
Challenging elevated shots!
Pros: A challenging course with a lot of elevation. Has a unique layout/design obviously built by a seasoned disc golfer with a variety of shots unlike other courses.
Cons: Couldn't figure out where to park. Extremely hard time navigating the course. Lacks decent tee pads an signs.
Other Thoughts: I think this course could be amazing with a little funding!
2 of 5 people found this review helpful.
Enjoyed this course!
4 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: The variety of shots here were exceptional. With good elevation changes on several. You will throw up down and over several areas. You will need to throw anhyzers and hyzers. Tomahawks and Thumbers will be needed to get you out of some trouble.
While Latah Creek is a small factor, on 6 and 7, it can be played around without much trouble. The course was marked well enough to get around it reasonably well. The tee pads vary from rubber mats to concrete, to asphalt and a couple are painted on areas of old slabs. They have about finished putting in some real nice steps to help get up and down the steep hills. There is a nice picnic and play ground area with a place for the kids to play.
Cons: The bathrooms are closed on the weekends when its the busiest and there are no water fountains.
The tee for basket 5 is not where the the GPS photo shows it. The GPS photo shows an alt site that has never been done but is used by those that do not want to walk to the real 5 tee. The course map shows the position of 5.
There are no signs to tell you where to park when the park parking is closed. You have to park on A street and start on hole 11.
Other Thoughts: Highbridge Park was once an actual neighborhood that was torn down. You will see old sidewalks and an occasional foundation. Some of the course uses the roads that are barely passable now. It is an interesting place to be and play.
Some extra direction to the first hole and a sign to suggest where to park and start when the park is closed to traffic would be nice.
I prefer this park to the more popular and yes tougher Downriver because it is less crowded and with the steps it is easier for a guy with a bum left leg to get around.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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