Cerritos, CA 
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3 / 153ft. Par / Distance:
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2-4    2/21/2021   2/21/2021
Review By: Sol Baird
Played: 14  Reviewed: 10  Exp: 0.6 Years
This review was updated on 5/13/2021
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Parking is a little crowded on the weekends. Restroom at nearby Liberty Park building. Great beginner and practice course! Not crowded with disk golfers on weekends.

Holes laid out well with a lot of straight shots off the tees. Like the 4th hole with the added large decorative rocks. I also like the 9th hole with its downhill tee off.
Cons: People sitting on blankets, picnics and kids running around can be challenging.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Well Maintained but a Little Too Open

1    8/31/2018   9/18/2018
Review By: armiller
Played: 220  Reviewed: 57  Exp: 6.2 Years
4 Helpful / 0 Not
- good baskets (now Discatchers), decent concrete tees, good park, some other facilities from baseball field to park path
- great practice location for putting and approaches
- Gorilla layout (see map on DGCR) does look like a blast
- long walk back to start of the course from 9's basket
- some puddles on tees (1's tee was flooded, several baskets had small puddles at base)
- just too open with too many short holes
Other Thoughts:
I played this with a friend while visiting Orange County. This park immediately impressed me with its quality, being a safe and well-maintained grassy area in the concrete jungle that is So Cal (yeah, I grew up here, and I don't miss that). The character is open, with some decent isolated trees used on the latter half. The limited course features (i.e. trees, brush, path OB, fences, etc.) don't provide much limitation, so you could likely find a line that works for any disc in your bag. This means your strategic skills will not be tested quite as much as on better courses.

It was a Friday in the middle of the day, likely NOT a particularly busy time. I see from some other reviews that it can be busier, but I imagine it's easy to find low traffic times such as when I played.

It was a very pleasant experience. I grabbed a few discs and my Plasma Ion got the most air time. Some fairway drivers made for a few fun skip shots and spike hyzers. The course layout is a bit odd in that hole 9 ends about as far from 1's tee as possible. The holes (and thus the walk) are short enough that I can't complain. I threw a few random shots on the way back before carrying my plastic past some walkers and another golfer.

It's interesting to notice such a wide range of ratings. To me, 2.0 for "reasonable" sounds perfect. Here's why. The quality of the disc golf features (i.e. baskets, tees) is quite good, which would keep me coming back VERY frequently if I still lived anywhere near. I love open spaces like this with multiple baskets where I can practice various shots, approaches, and putts without worrying about too many pedestrians or other disc golfers getting in the way. Nevertheless, it's just a little too open, and the designed course is simply too short with predominantly non-technical lines. I did not play the Gorilla layout, and it looks like something I would enjoy tremendously. However, the fun would come at a significant cost, namely the potential for hitting cars/pedestrians/property, all the overlapping "fairways," and the fact that the course remains so open. In summary, it's "reasonable" disc golf, and makes sense for the property available. However, the property just doesn't allow for a much higher rating.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

 Short, simple, and to the point

1    11/8/2017   11/10/2017
Review By: djtripp20
Played: 60  Reviewed: 36  Exp: 7.4 Years
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Liberty Park is a park sandwiched between a LA style river and small residential community that, like many other parks in socal, pack in a ton of activities in a small space. The disc golf course here is no exception. There are 9 holes sandwiched in a space not much bigger than a couple of baseball fields, but it totally works! I really think they did the absolute best job they could have done given the amount of space they had to use.

The course itself is made of mostly short holes strung together to make a 9 hole link format. Most people knock the shorter format, but I enjoyed it and tuned up my putter and midrange game while I was here.

Each hole has concrete pads, great signage, great targets, and overall the park is in fantastic shape. Holes 1-4 zigzag across a large stretch of grass, but the rest of the holes wrap around the back of the park and offer some different shots to try. While I was here, the wind was whipping through pretty good so it made some great target practice.


1- Concrete pads
2- Nice baskets
3- Park in great condition
4- Restrooms
5- Trash cans
6- Plenty of parking
Cons: Well first off, it's just short. Most players will never even pull out the driver here, and some may never even pull out the midrange. Also, only 9 holes is also a negative for most places too. There are alternate layouts out there that produce multiple options, but an out of towner like me had no idea how those played.

Some of the teepads are VERY close to the previous basket. Keep a set of eyes behind you or you might get tagged.

The walk back from 9 to the parking lot was kind of long. I think some of the alternate layouts here resolve this though.

Speaking of alternate layouts, if you don't know what they are, it can be extremely dangerous out here. The first time I arrived, I didn't even play because there were a few groups throwing in directions that were nothing like the original layout. I could have easily wandered into one of their rips if I didn't notice it walking up.
Other Thoughts: All in all, I really enjoyed this park. It's a great place to get new players into the game because of it's length and lack of general hazards. It's easy to do well here. The park was probably the best maintained of all the parks I've been to so far. It was simply beautiful. And as I said in the Pros section, I don't think you could have placed 9 holes any better in this short stretch of property. Well done.

Print off a map from this site before playing just so you know where to look. Park in the lot just south of the baseball field, and have fun!

4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

 Putt & Approach practice

5+    12/26/2016   12/29/2016
Review By: Skyhumper
Played: 40  Reviewed: 17  Exp: 6.2 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Well maintained park
Nice baskets
Great for beginners (I had one with me)
Good for practicing upshots
Can be played in 20 min
Cons: A few holes the next tee and basket are very close together
If it has rained recently the tee pads get muddy
Short/Minimal obstacles
Other Thoughts: I was visiting the area and this was fun course to get a few quick rounds in. As a newer player it was helpful in working on my approaches.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Not Enough Room

1    3/21/2016   3/21/2016
Review By: TommyGun'n
Played: 95  Reviewed: 18  Exp: 15.2 Years
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: There are baskets and they are nice.
Tee Signs.
(Small) Teepads.
Introduction to the sport.
Cons: Not enough room for a Disc Golf course of any kind.
Tee's and Baskets are way too close together.
All straight shots. All sub 350 feet.
Other Thoughts: The amount of space here is laughable. I think one good disc golf hole could be made from this space. I understand the locals have long tees, but haven't played this layout.

1 of 3 people found this review helpful.

 Summer 2015

1    7/20/2015   7/20/2015
Review By: Questatement
Played: 29  Reviewed: 3  Exp: 7.2 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: All 9 baskets in place. Impossible to get lost. Ideal for kids or adults to get a taste of the sport.
Cons: A couple of next tee pads are literally less than 20' from the basket just played so you have to wait for the group in front of you to tee off and move down the fairway.
Other Thoughts: Three of the holes were so short that I ran them with a jump putt from the tee. Used a mid on hole 8 and the rest was putt and approach practice.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Good Intro course

1    10/13/2014   10/14/2014
Review By: aghanDG
Played: 3  Reviewed: 3  Exp: 8.9 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -Concrete tee pads

-Defined course

-Well maintained grounds

-Little traffic on weekdays


I took 4 people with me and they are all first timers. It wasn't busy on a weekday afternoon so it was really nice easy to provide a clinic for all 4 of them. I definitely recommend playing here with first timers.
Cons: - Baskets 6 and 8 are missing.

Don't over throw on 1 and 7, 1 is a fenced private picnic area and 7 is a car lot.

The Ground can get a little muddy if heavily watered.
Other Thoughts: Use this course to practice your mids and putting.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.


1    8/11/2014   8/29/2014
Review By: Art C
Played: 1  Reviewed: 1
Pros: I've just started playing disc golf in the past 8 weeks. I've played Liberty Park about 6 times as it's good for a beginner, there aren't many trees to deal with.
Cons: The one disappointment is when I first tried this course there was one basket missing, since then two more have been stolen, and as I asked the grounds keeper if they were going to replace them. He said they may remove the rest of the baskets and remove the tee boxes as well due to finances.

 Fun Little Pitch & Putt!

1    6/26/2014   6/26/2014
Review By: The Valkyrie Kid
Played: 1507  Reviewed: 1452  Exp: 43.2 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The park was a beehive of activity at 6:30 AM on a beautiful Wednesday morning. There must have been 20-30 people out walking or jogging on the track while others enjoyed other parts of this lovely little park. Besides the well used track, the park features a community center, ballfields, playground and picnic areas.

The disc golf course is set in an lovely grassy area that seems to be fairly isolated from the opther park users save the occasional walker/jogger passing through on the concrete pathway.

This pitch and putt features small than usual concrete tee pads. They suffice here as the longest hole is only 264'. The signs are great, unique to this course as far I can tell. They're larger than the basic fiberglass ones and show all the basic information, Hole #, distance, Par and a simple map showing a few trees. They're actually very nice looking.

The baskets are standard double chained older models, all in decent shape except for poor # 8 which has been taken for a ride.

The distances on the signs are slightly off in a couple of instances. # 2 sign says 235' and I estimate it at about 125'.

Most holes play under 200' making this less than a recreational course in my estimation and more in the line of a Pitch & Putt. All holes are flat and mostly just ACE runs.
Cons: The aforementioned # 8 basket currently missing.
Most holes playing under 200 feet.
# 3 sign is tagged.
Other Thoughts: Locals play a longer alternate version of the orginal 9 as well as a full 18. These are marked on sidewalks through the disc golf area. I think a local with knowledge of the course would be needed to play either of these alternate set-ups.

Beautiful little park. Enjoyable little 9 hole ACE run. Great place to bring that beginner or to come in search of those ACES!

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Cool safari course; very short otherwise

2-4    8/13/2012   8/14/2012
Review By: TheSinator
Played: 27  Reviewed: 17  Exp: 11.4 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Well-manicured grass park (in fact, they were mowing it when I walked up). Even though the park was very populated (over 100 other patrons), almost no one was near the disc golf stuff. I did see an old Asian couple playing together.

I don't know what else to put as a pro except for the fact that two of the safari tee shots are kind of cool: the one from the other side of the road (or alternate tee underneath the bridge) or the one that tees off between the power lines support.
Cons: In addition to the soggy, muddy ground, some of the baskets were in bad shape. #6 is tilted down on one side and up on the other. Normally I wouldn't care about this, but I actually had a near-ace on #6 hit the basket on the side that was leaning up. I don't know if it would have gone in or not, but it definitely would have been close. And I've never had an ace before, so that was a bummer.

I didn't like walking back to the beginning after finishing #9, but when I came back to the park the second time, I parked on Studebaker (in the park's alternate parking lot) to make the walk shorter.

The biggest con for the course is just how simple it is. Not only is it extremely short (I think almost all of the first 6 holes are under 200 ft), but there are minimal obstacles.
Other Thoughts: On #2, my disc landed in the path of the city mower, but the driver stopped and waited for me to putt. He also made sure throughout his sweeps that I wasn't impacted by the mowing. Very cool. After that, I left for an appointment nearby and when I came back an hour later, the sprinklers were on and the ground was soaked in many parts. I don't understand why they were running the sprinklers during the day. It felt good to get sprayed on such a hot day, but doesn't most of the water evaporate that way? Anyway, I tried a roller shot about 20 minutes later and wet grass ended that idea pretty quickly.

Lastly, if the original course is played as is, it should be considered Par 21 or so, instead of Par 27. When I finished the round, I used the safari course map on the links page and played that. It was much more challenging/enjoyable. I really appreciate whoever put that together. However, I had trouble finding some of the tees for the guerilla course. The tenth tee, for example (which was the one I was most looking forward to, since it's across the street), I could not find. If you stand where the map indicates, it seems like it would be extremely difficult to get your disc past the initial trees on the north side of the street, the trees on the median, plus the fence/trees/bushes on the south side of the street. Instead of going to where the bike path intersected the sidewalk connection, I moved up to just north of the street, between the trees. I still drove into a tree, though. Later, I teed off from under the bridge, which was a pretty unique spot.

Perhaps what was confusing was that there appeared to be multiple guerilla courses marked. Some of the tees were designated with white spray paint; others, with green or orange. And I didn't really see any that matched the guerilla map in the links section. Still, I think I will come back to play the guerilla course.

I'd give a 1.5 rating if it weren't for the well-maintained park and the availability of the guerrilla course.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

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