Short but worth the time.
Pros: It may be a short course but even the cockiest big shot who trash talks it won't shoot better than a -3 over 9. Very technical, lots of trees, but multiple looks for backhand and forehand alike. New teeboxes and cleaned up fairways in 2013, with more good things to come!
Cons: The occasional discourteous player/group littering/screaming/throwing on the next group but lately the courteous players have been correcting the troublemakers and its starting to clean up. Keep it up, and don't be shy- speak up when you see something!!
Pros: Challenging 9 hole course. Requires a diverse range of shots depending on the hole. Not to mention it's the only course in Wasilla unfortunately.
Cons: Pretty short holes. Can get muddy especially on holes 1 thru 3. There are tee pads for some holes, but not for others.
Other Thoughts: Good place to play especially if you don't want to drive to anchorage just to play disc golf. It would be awesome if the city expanded it to an 18 hole course.
Not worth a trip to the valley
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Located next to big fields for practicing disc golf
Cons: Short holes, no baskets.... At what point did this area start getting called a course? Its a walking path with a post. The disappointing thing is that the valley could make some really courses. There are lots of people and lots of land, but a course this is not. This makes the middle school gym class courses look like a PDGA tour stop.
Other Thoughts: I saw the review rating and decided to do as quick of a review as possible. I feel bad for those that drive out and waste fuel and money, because they saw a 3.5 rated course.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Alcantra DGC Review by Tre
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Lots of tree's but lots of technical lines to choose from on every hole. Small 9 hole course but spread out enough your not bottle necked and in fear of incoming discs from the last hole.
Cons: Short distances for the holes but there are local "pro tee" spots if you know them and generally add 50-100ft to the existing holes.
Other Thoughts: This is my home course but i would suggest it to anyone from beginners to experts.
For beginners the short distance holes and trees provide great aim control lessons and still allow you to not have to power out and loose control on your shots.
For more experienced players be sure to not over throw these shorter holes, if you do take the tee back 50-100ft some of the "Pro tee's" are marked.
There are wooden gravel filled tee boxes but they are not all in the correct spots. The boy scouts put these in without any prior knowledge of where the tee's were suppose to be. Just use your own judgment as to where to shoot from somewhere close to the boxes. You can easily see where the ground is worn down with no grass cause of where everyone tee's off from.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Lots of trees to make you guessing. This course will help you hone your skills for short shots with lots of trees.
Cons: No map and tees are not marked very well. Some markers are missing.
Other Thoughts: This is a very short course. Fun for beginners and kids.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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