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Wells, NV

Wells DGC

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bobmcnelly
Gold level trusted reviewer
Experience: 13.1 years 342 played 193 reviews
0.50 star(s)

2+ years

Reviewed: Updated: Played on:Apr 12, 2019 Played the course:once

Pros:

- there are baskets.......
- good practice area
- one of only 2 courses in a 100 mile or so radius
- under a half mile off I80

Cons:

- no signage at all
- no designated tee area at all
- baskets are missing and/or damaged
- not a permanent course

Other Thoughts:

This really shouldn't be considered a permanent course. It's all portable baskets that move around just from the wind. When I played it, half the baskets were laying down. Only 6 baskets when I played and one was so damaged it couldn't stand up.
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Discbear
Bronze level trusted reviewer
Experience: 24.5 years 1508 played 25 reviews
1.00 star(s)

Desperation 2+ years

Reviewed: Played on:Jun 16, 2018 Played the course:once

Pros:

9 baskets are on site. It is in a small city park with good mowed grass, so no discs will be lost. These are the only known baskets for at least 2 hours in any direction. For safari lovers you can make your own course, like I did because it seems to be the only option. Bathroom is on site and its right off the fearway ((I-80) so its a good place to stretch your legs on a grueling drive across the Nevada and Utah desert regions.

Cons:

There are no known tee off areas. I was all over the park and saw nothing. Baskets are ghetto style, single chain, very old, but the worst part is that most of them are completely portable, so that anyone at any time could move the baskets anywhere, including the back of their truck. The layout can be changed by the minute. 3 of the baskets were on the ground and 2 could not stand, so I played them as they lie. A couple baskets were less portable as grass and sod had formed around the base, holding it in place more securely.

Other Thoughts:

You'd be just as well off playing in any park or open area and picking targets, or driving to Reno area, or Salt Lake area or Ely 2 hours south. I suppose I played the (course) as well as anyone could with what I devised, but it's not really what I'd call a course. I guess I did well as I was 3 under. One of the baskets was inches from the street, perhaps prepping for a ride in a pick-up. I did my best to make a real course there and am considering it played.
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