Crown College is a well manicured championship level disc golf course set outside the southwest metro of the Twin Cities.
The Short tee pads will be more for your beginner throwers, however, the short layout is still provides an enjoyable track for all levels. Most AM players will find Crown to be a good challenging course solely on the technical distance required to reach the greens.
Another review states that there are Two holes on the course where water comes into play. They're NOT wrong in saying this. However when forming this review, I realized there are a few more holes where your disc can find water (Trust me, my discs are water magnets!). In total, there are Four/Five holes on the course where water can come into play, and two of the five you can argue are casual OB.
The holes where water plays OB are Holes 2 and 18 (Long tee pad), as well as Hole 9; 30-40ish feet behind the basket lies a small pond. Holes 12 & 13 share this... little marsh landmarked with tall cattails. The water level is unpredictable here and tends to dry up during the summer. As mentioned, I'm nearly certain this plays casual.
Overall, I rated this course *4.5
️) (Best of the best) because there aren't a lot of courses like this in Carver County (Yet
, and yes, I know this course is technically St. Bonifacius/Hennepin County). The "knock" on this course is its overgrown nature, not only the long grass late summer, but also what was previously mentioned about Hole 8. All in all, though, this course is a must play in my book.