0 Helpful / 1 Not
Great Mix of Holes!
Pros: Very nice course throwing through big city park
The first 7 Holes are fairly wooded and require some stealth accuracy while the middle set of Holes opens up a bit more in the center of the grassy park.
Great Mach 3 Baskets
Cement Tee Pads & Tee Signs with Distances
Multiple Pin Placements for each Hole
Great locals! Local Club (Chainzombies) are a great group of folks - Auburn is always running weeklies and there's always someone around to guide you though the course.
Cons: Lots of people both playing and pedestrians walking
The walk between Hole 13 and Hole 14's Tee is pretty long, a Hole between the two would be cool !
Other Thoughts: Hole 14, which used to shoot over the pond; now shoots off the Tee up by the tree directly in front of the old tee.
The Course plays very hard when it's in all long...will give all great Pro's a run for their money!
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Solid course in a nice park
Pros: Nice course setting in a large community park with lots going on all around. Tennis courts, basketball court, people fishing in the pond, etc.
Good variety of shots with uphill and downhill, ace runs and long narrow tunnel shots, water hazards, etc.
Teepads are level, grippy, and in good condition, baskets are in good condition (although a few had missing numbers on top), and tee signs were easy to read for the ones that were there.
I bumped into several groups of locals (small and large) and they all seemed friendly and there was a good vibe on the course with respect and courtesy where some holes overlap a bit.
Fun and mildly challenging, but not too difficult for anyone to play, and with a good mix of basket locations makes this course a good spot for anyone in the general northern California area to visit.
Cons: Some of the holes are a little tight to one another, resulting in having to really watch for flying discs and sometimes waiting to throw.
Most of the signs are in good shape, but a few are completely missing which makes it rather tough if you've never played there before.
I didn't see any large sign at the beginning with a map of the course. Thankfully, I went to the local DG club page and downloaded the course map. Without it, I would have been lost several times as there is no signage for where the next teepad is.
A few missing basket numbers on the baskets, which isn't a huge deal, but a few are close together and it would be nice to easily make sure you're throwing at the right one.
Other Thoughts: Overall, I think this is a really solid course with potential of being even better with some better signage and a few basket numbers.
The people were friendly, the park is family friendly with lots of activities all around, the course was clean and in good shape.
I'll be going back again pretty soon to play it again!
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: -Easy park and entry
-Technical skinny and nice open fairways
-Good teepads, baskets and signs
-Great area to spend a day after discing
Cons: -Hard to navigate if you havn't played before
-Easy to lose a disc or two if unexpierienced
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 8 Not
Pros: Great course, great people, great DG club. The all around best DG course in Nor Cal. New tee pads, new tee signs.Great selection of difficult shots, tight wooded fairways to open grass. Did i mention grass?? Spotless clean.
Cons: Out of towners ! Really... no cons, other than the people who don't know what disc golf is that walk in the park with their dogs.
Other Thoughts: Keep up the good job on taking care of the course, and allways' looking forward to the Auburn Am. and Auburn Open every year. Lookin good Auburn!
0 of 8 people found this review helpful.
17 Helpful / 3 Not
What more can one ask for?
Pros: -Beautiful setting for a disc golf course. Plenty of trees on most holes with a few wide open fairways peppered in. Uphill and downhill.
-One of the cleanest busy parks I have visited. No trash to be found. I don't know who is maintaining this park/course, but they're doing a hell of a good job.
-Nether lefty nor righty friendly. Everyone has to work at Auburn.
-Danger. A stream teases the basket on hole 4 and 7. 14 is a tricky lake shot (trickiness compounded by the fence erected to the right of the walking path). Bring your retriever.
-Grippy, clean concrete tees.
-Free parking, and plenty of it.
-Practice basket, for your putting pleasure.
-Most tee areas have a bench.
-Regularly rotated baskets, which are in great condition.
Cons: -Absent tee signs on a few holes.
-Navigation is a pain. Bring a map and/or a guide.
-Hole 14 uses the same space as a LOT of walkers. The good news is they're incredibly friendly and aware of the course. The bad news is there are a lot of them. Plan on a long wait to tee off. (Oh, to have the tee for 14 be on that little peninsula that jets off into the lake....)
Other Thoughts: Great course. Plenty of shade to keep golfers cool on those warm norcal days. Plenty of signature holes. I think hole 1 would have to be my fave. A controlled, long downhill shot past a few layers of trees to a basket nestled into a rock and dirt bowl. Auburn has an excellent balance of all design elements.
We did, however, have to wait upwards of 10 minutes to tee off on 14 on more than one occasion. That hole is pretty cool, but it is a safety/course congestion issue that is pretty glaring. I dinged Auburn a disc mainly for that, and because it lacked signage on a few holes. Auburn could also help us out-of- towners out with "next tee ----->" signs. I had a guide and am VERY glad I did.
If you're in the area, Auburn is a must-play course. Hell if you aren't it's a solid option as a destination course. Either way, get out there and enjoy one of the most serene, mellow courses California has to offer!
17 of 20 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Great course in a city park. All kinds of different holes from woods to wide open fields. All well taken care of. Great locals who let me play through since I was running solo. Cool vibe. Parking right near hole 1 by the tennis courts. 18 also ends near here as well. If your in the area stop and play this course, I cant wait to go back
Cons: few tee signs missing due to vandals I am sure. Some of the tee pads had the hole number painted on them, this would be great on all pads. Also arrows or something indicating where the next tee is would also be helpful. I got off track and missed a hole but was lucky some locals pointed me in the right direction.
Other Thoughts: Good course, good parking (FREE) Shade, tables, benches, BBQ's and everything you would expect in a nice city park.
Cant wait to return.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: -Has some of the best variety of holes I've ever played. I love how this course takes from playing in thick forest with dirt fairways to wide open holes over well manicured grass.
-Has holes that throw downhill and uphill
-Mix of technical and wide open holes
-Fairly well maintained
-free to play
Cons: first couple holes were too technical with little to no fairway. Might as well just close your eyes, chuck your disc and hope for the best.
-Very long walk around the lake to a not so great hole on the back nine. I understand this this probably was unavoidable for the designers however
Other Thoughts: Overall a great coarse. Definitely woth checking out when in the area
1 of 5 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 5 Not
Best course in the area!
Pros: This is a must play disc golf course. It is in a huge regional park and has 18 distinctly different holes. Good for long throws and technical tosses alike. Also they move the basket placement weekly so the holes always play different.
Cons: 4 or 5 holes play with water on either side of fairways. Also lots of trees and branches mean if you throw to high you might be throwing rocks for a while.
Other Thoughts: I love playing this course. Playing here makes my game better everywhere else I play. I played my best round of all time, a plus three so maybe I am a little bias. Keep throwing.
1 of 6 people found this review helpful.
14 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: -Parking is in front of practice basket.
-Practice basket near tennis courts.
-Large concrete pads at all holes.
-Very friendly locals are helpful.
-Clean throughout the course
Cons: -Course flow could be better.
-Could use better signage.
Other Thoughts: If you can follow a local group great if not here is the scoop.
-Hole#1 starts against the tennis courts and heads down the hill towards the rocks.
-Hole#2 tee pad is directcly to the left of #1 basket and you throw down the hill or over the trees.
-Hole#3 is starts atthe bottom of the hill and the basket is a short toss towards the picnic area.
-Hole#4 the basket is down hill towards the rock and wooded bridge area.
-Hole#5 is across. the wood bridge and up the path.
-Hole #6 is thrown back towards the wood bridge.
-Hole#7-teepad is located just across the wood bridge left of the path.
-Hole#8-13 are zig zagged.
-Hole#14 is around the pond and teepad is just past the courts you drive towards the corner of the pond just over the path.
-Hole #15-18 are tucked to the right of the pond.
Overall this course is far better than lets say the other courses that are 13.6 and 18.9 miles away.
he dog walkers are privy to the game and courteous to DGr's.
14 of 16 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 7 Not
Lost and found
Pros: Clean, visually stimulating, above the smog line
Cons: duck poop, too close to playgrounds/trails/park activity
Other Thoughts: All in all: got lost around the middle of the course. Had to find a local to figure out a few holes. Had a good time.
0 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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