Pros: -Everything CAN be birdied, most will NOT be.
-Elevation changes make holes more difficult than distance says.
-Shot selection and placement are well rewarded.
-Lush, green, scenic
-Well thought out design to create beautiful holes.
-On the way to the coast(3 courses out there now).
-Playable in 35-45 min
-Perfect warm up or cool down course before/after Wilder.
-Good use of space
Cons: -New course
---Needs more discers to beat it in
-Been vandalized twice in a month
---Needs more discers to put eyes and presence on the course.
-Ivy makes even on target shots difficult to locate if you're playing solo.
Other Thoughts: One of the best 9 hole courses you'll find. Amateurs will like the distance and learn how to place shots off the tee. Advanced players can chase the "perfect round" here (9 down) and may never actually achieve it. A few holes are ace runs...that you can still bogey if you're sloppy. Unique holes enhance re-playability (Hardcore Dog Leg #3, into the canyon #7, 125ft long but also about 70ft up #8) Creative hole names. Everyone can play this course and enjoy it.
Pros: Very scenic old Dog-fir growth stand the course plays in. Course switches it up left to right, up and down very well. Its technical and will challange your scorecard to make par. Great beginners course to work on entire game except rollers. Just beautiful.
Cons: New course and being broke in so vegitation and wouldnt hurt to spot until its complete. Dirt tees for now but in process of going gravel. Signs awaiting ribbon cutting but are written down on posts.
Other Thoughts: Best 9 hole to go out of your way to play.
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Varying terrain and challenging fairways. The course may be on the shorter side, but what it lacks in distance it more than makes up for it in difficulty and scenery (large Douglas Fir trees and lush coast range landscape). It's truly the best 9 hole course I've had the chance of playing in my 20 plus years of disc golfing around the country. It's a work of art.
Cons: It's a brand new course, so it's got some breaking in to do (lots of foliage that needs to be stomped down by disc golf traffic).
Other Thoughts: Any course that has a hole named, Drone Strike, gets my vote. The gravity holes here are sweet, precise targets. Go out and play it, if you dare.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Join Disc Golf Course Review
for free to add your review. Have an account already? Sign In
to add a review.