Richmond, VA 
Bryan Park Share
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4 / 510ft.   4 / 520ft. Par / Distance:
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 Great Richmond Course

5/3/2008   5/5/2008
Review By: bgreen
Played: 34  Reviewed: 9  Exp: 7.4 Years
2 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: Long rolling hills with over hanging trees
Cons: Better directions on the placement of first Tee
Other Thoughts: What a great course with the rolling hils and long holes. Adding that water comes in to play in 4 holes; with going over water on one I found it to be a great course.

2 of 7 people found this review helpful.

Richmond's Best Looking Course

5+    10/24/2012   9/10/2007
Review By: jaymon1
Played: 77  Reviewed: 77  Exp: 13.4 Years
This review was updated on 10/25/2012
15 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Manicured park landscape
Cons: All but one or two holes are a straight line.
Other Thoughts: Bryan Park is a long and expansive picturesque disc golf course in a manicured Civilian Conservation Corps-era city park. Overall, the course is mostly open and features a fair number of holes that are long even by the evolving standards of disc golf - 500-700 feet. The course is also hilly, and while far from wooded, it does feature plenty of huge old trees to keep you honest. To me, the overriding advantage of city park courses like Bryan Park and Druid Hill in Baltimore is the great old school park landscape, with the rolling hills, beautiful trees, and other well established plantings.

Beyond the landscape, the other distinguishing feature of the Bryan Park course is its length. Each hole has blue (long) and yellow (less long) tees, and official par is 62. Several holes are 500'+, including the beautiful downhill #4, and the 700' downhill and then back up again #11. In addition, several of holes feature "fast greens;" baskets set on the side of an incline that will turn a bare miss into a painfully long comeback putt. And finally, there are two relatively short but true water holes (should you choose to play them, there are overland options for each) . Among the courses in Central Virginia, these are all truly distinguishing and welcome characteristics. Most every hole is pretty straighforward, however. While you may need to control your flight path due to the trees in the fairway, from tee to basket is a straight line on all but maybe two or three holes. Most every hole also involves at least some measure of up and down.

With its hills, smooth grass fairways, ancient oaks, and long holes, the course at Bryan Park is the perfect addition to the Richmond disc golf scene. It's pretty easy to follow even though it lacks signs, and while it has no rough or wooded holes or even dog-leg fairways, the hills, length, and large trees that are there make it challenging enough. Overall, I am most pleased that the course now closest to my home is Bryan Park, and I am truly grateful to now have two fun and varied courses to call home.

Favorite Hole - #11 - 700' down a long slope among a varieity of large, old oak trees, across a deep cut creek, and then back up again to the basket.

15 of 15 people found this review helpful.

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