Upper Sandusky, OH 
Mossy Oaks Share
Uploaded By: ERicJ Hole #5 (Taken 3/2010)
4 / 322ft. Par / Distance:
Ken putting on #5. Nice home made baskets with heavy chains.

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    29 Played:
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    Course Conditions as of 7/3/2016
    This course could be one of the best nine hole courses in the state, if only someone would give it some much needed attention. Holes 1-4 are very overgrown with poison ivy, nettles, and all kinds of saplings in the middle of the fairways. Holes 5-9 are not much better, but they have less poison ivy, at least.
    (Last updated by cad77)

    Course Details
    PermanentCourse Type:
    2010Year Established:
    Mostly Flat & Heavily WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
    9 / 9Holes / Baskets:
    n/aCourse Length: Metric
            29 Par Info:
            24.6 DGCR SSE: [ ? ]
    No / NoMultiple Tees / Pins:
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    Home MadeHole Type:
    8 / 31 Rounds Recorded / Average Score:     
    -- Discs Lost:
    0 Course Guides:
    Description: VERY challenging with NARROW fairways throughout. High quality home made baskets. A welcomed alternative during the times where the original course may be under water.

    Location Details
    Reservoir RdStreet Address:
    43351 Zip/Postal Code: Map Zip
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    Local Directions: From Rt. 23 take Route 330 (Wyandot Ave.) West. Drive about 1.5 to 2 miles and make a left on Reservoir Rd. (There will be a sign.) Follow Reservoir Rd to the park entrance, there are signs for the disc golf course. The original (and still playable) course is to the right of the parking lot and reservoir. HOWEVER, continue through the current parking lot and follow the gravel road for about a mile. Near the end of the old reservoir find a pile of gravel on the left; that is where hole one starts.