Pros: nice well kept course. great variety of distance and throws. Creek comes into play on a few holes, but is dry by the fall. nice use of elevation and multiple pin placements
Cons: distances on signs are not accurate. Long walk between some of the holes
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Freeman Park, Idaho Falls
Pros: Course is on mowed grassy area. Teepads, Teesigns make it easy to navigate. Fairly challenging course with short and long holes to play.
Cons: College campus so lots of people walking around or sitting on fairways during the day. Hole ten conflicts with amphitheatre. Neighbors on hole 6 and 9 have complained about disc golfers in their backyard.
Other Thoughts: This course is better than average with all eighteen holes played on a well maintained grassy area. Definitely one of the better courses in the area only a 1/4 mile off of I-15. For the most part it is well designed with only a couple of holes that seriously conflict with anything, a stray shot on 6 or 9 will put you into the backyards of neighboring homes and # ten teepad needs to be relocated to put the outdoor amphitheatre out of play. Aside from that its a great course, just need to avoid the high travel times when people are walking around on the course.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Watch out for the people
Pros: Lots of strategically placed pins, a well thought out course. Wide open all around but tight were it needs to be.
Cons: TOO MANY RANDOM PEOPLE! The course is in the middle of the major park in Idaho Falls.
Other Thoughts: The design makes it a 4.0-4.5 but the people brought it down to a 3.5
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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