6 Helpful / 0 Not
Worst Course in the Area
Pros: A short course, located on a beatiful campus.
Cons: This is quite possibly the worst DG course in all of Southwest Washington/Portland Metro Area.
Too short. Leave your drivers in your bag. Actually every hole on this course is reachable with a putter.
Surprisingly easy to lose a disc. Fairways are mowed but surrounding area is knee high grass.
Tee pads are bark chips, or in some cases "were" bark chips and all that remains is some crappy landscape fabric.
Generally uneven ground all over the course makes for very uncomfortable walking given the short distance of the course.
It gets REALLY windy, I 've seen discs get too high and get carried right off the side of the hill by wind gusts never to be seen again.
Other Thoughts: This course is kind of a tragedy. They've got really nice baskets and you can tell at some point people actually used care about this course.
That's long gone now one look and it becomes obvious that this course has been long forgotten about.
Which is sad, this is a nice campus with plenty of room, that could easily expand or make a nicer course with the extra property they have.
I honestly would never play here again. It's a short course, that disguises itself as beginner friendly but couldn't be further from that, these are the kinda of courses that ruin this sport's reputation.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 8 Not
Pros: Beautiful scenery. Views of Mt. Hood and St. Helens.
Cons: Everything a disc golf course shouldn't be. Not challenging. BORING. Super Short. Poorly maintained.
Other Thoughts: Don't go long on hole 6 or you will end up in an oversized nettle forest. Don't even attempt to look for your disc, it's not worth it.
3 of 11 people found this review helpful.
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