Vernonia, OR 
L.L. Stub Stewart SP - Main Share
Uploaded By: gwillim Hole #16 (Taken 11/2010)
4 / 416ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #16 Tee: More or less dead straight.



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  • Rating:
    3.47
    16Reviews:
    228 Played:
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    Course Conditions as of 3/13/2017
    All holes are in the long positions. Deciduous underbrush still nonexistent as of mid-March.
    (Last updated by Adam Schneider)

    Course Details
    PermanentCourse Type:
    2010Year Established:
    Designer(s): Michael Phillips, Cris Bellinger, Coury Coates, Jeff Hagerty & John Ollis
    Very Hilly & Heavily WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
    18 / 18Holes / Baskets:
    4929 ft. – 5903 ft.Course Length: Metric
            58 Par Info:
            50.6 DGCR SSE: [ ? ]
    No / YesMultiple Tees / Pins:
    BrickTee Type:
    DISCatcherHole Type:
    131 / 66 Rounds Recorded / Average Score:     
    3 Discs Lost:
    0 Course Guides:
    Misc. Info.: Camping Nearby    Pay to Play
    Description: The course has multiple positions for most holes on the front and back 9 w/more to come. Tee signs are in at most of the holes with basic markings (distance / elevation) for pin locations. Course is along a ridge and down a slope in beautiful, mature second-growth forest.

    Location Details
    L.L. Stub Stewart State ParkPark / Location Name:
    97064 Zip/Postal Code: Map Zip
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    Local Directions: From Hwy 26 just west of Buxton, OR, turn onto Hwy 47N and go about 4 miles to LL Stub Stewart on the right. The course is set in the woods across the road from the Hilltop Day Use Area Look for a trail leading into the woods, and a giant "Welcome Disc Golfers" sign at the first tee.