5 Helpful / 1 Not
Best in Seattle
Pros: What are the things that people most often look for in a disc golf course? Good hole design, easy navigation from hole to hole, long sturdy teepads, and a challenge every time you begin a round. This course addresses all four of these components and even excels at most of them. There is a great amount of variance in the holes whether it be pure distance, elevation change or well placed hazards. It is very simple to navigate even the first time you play it. It has long concrete teepads, perfect for those who like big run ups to their drive. Simply the best all around course in Seattle, a must play!
Cons: Some holes may be a little more frustrating for someone just taking up the game, but courses shouldn't be designed with beginners in mind throughout the whole layout in my opinion.
Other Thoughts: Hole number 8 is a beautiful signature-esque hole. Long, slightly downhill, and a narrow chute you must thread in order to have a chance at two. If you pull it just right though, very fun to watch this flight path.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Everything about this course is good, there is a great mix of super long holes and ace holes, there are techincal shots and a lot of hidden pins, but not difficult to find. It isn't as wooded as you might like, but it is definantly worth trip from anywhere in Western Washington. The sun stays out late for evening rounds and the grounds are manicured as it is also a x-country course for highschools.
Cons: I wish there were a little more trees because the course doesn't have a lot of astetic appeal, but there aren't too many negatives.
Other Thoughts: There are baseball fields near some of the holes that you should be careful of when you are throwing. Also don't swear by the preschool children playing next to hole 15.
0 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This course is a gem, a must play if in the area, and close enough to SeaTac to take the two in on one day.
Coastal fog in the morning working on my tan by afternoon.
Long concrete tee pads on most holes, the coffin on hole 7 is cool.10 is a sweet down hill tunnel shot.
Great doubles turn out on Thursdays and competition!
Lots of trees and options.
Park directory and maps by hole 1.
Lots of technical and a couple of long holes!
This course has all the options for throwing and plenty of challanges.
Cons: Crowds show up on a sunny days!
Beware of the high school kids that cruise through the park, grey jetta stole a disc golf bag, they were caught, be carefull!
Other Thoughts: This is a gem a must on the Northwest tour, along with Seatac two miles down the road is this Heaven?
Meet a local named Jeff on his B-day hung with his friends and BBQ afterwards....must be Heaven!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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