Randolph, VT 
White River DGC Share
Uploaded By: Tolbert Hole #18 (Taken 1/2010)
3 / 115ft.   3 / 276ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #18 Basket to Tee

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White River Course

1    10/1/2016   10/1/2016
Review By: 2 Chainz
Played: 10  Reviewed: 9
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: The maps of the holes were beneficial to play. Variety of lengths, but mostly shorter holes.
Cons: Tightly packed with regards to trees. Some of the holes had no window because of the forest. No true fairways on the first 11 or so holes, which was disappointing. There were a lot of obstructions on the course.
Other Thoughts: It feels like an entirely different course after you cross the river. The first 11 holes are a little disappointing but starting on hole 12 the course improves greatly.

0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Pretty...Pretty Good

2-4    5/5/2011   6/5/2011
Review By: GTrotter
Played: 2  Reviewed: 2
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: This course is good fun. A lot of interesting shots. A compact course that has some challenge to it. The White River is a beautiful hazard that cuts through the middle. Holes 13 and 18 are a lot of fun.
As a resident of the Upper Valley, specifically, Enfield, N.H., I would have to say this is one of the two best courses around (the other one being in Newport, N.H.). That's sort of sad commentary on disc golf around here but both are solid, if not spectacular, courses.
Cons: The holes are close to each other, so could get hectic on a crowded day. If there are crowded days. And I bet this course gets a lot more challenging when everything is overgrown in the summer months.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Fun for all!!!

1    9/28/2010   10/12/2010
Review By: solomon.trenton
Played: 76  Reviewed: 68  Exp: 8.7 Years
8 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: If you need somewhere for your family to have fun while you play, this is it! There are athletic fields, a playground, pool (when in season), and a small stream for fishing and swimming. A porta pottie is available right near the parking lot. There is a welcome board with plenty of course information and scorecards on the way to the first tee. Every hole has two sets of tee pads; red and blue. The walkways in between holes are clearly defined and easy to navigate even with all of the leaves on the ground. There are scattered trash cans and homemade benches. There is a really good mix of holes in the woods and in the wide open. The wooded holes vary from just a few trees to thicker than molasses. The holes in the open use protected pins (16) and a blind water shot (signature hole 18) make this course really fun. Even though the course itself isn't extremely challenging and the par is off I had an absolute blast here.
Cons: You might feel like a sardine while playing. Most of the front twelve holes are right next to each other and with a kick off of a tree... Well you get the picture. There are few next tee signs and the ones that are there aren't the easiest to see. The natural tee pads are quite uneven and slick in some areas. If your disc lands off the fairway you will probably get confused because of the several baskets in your sight. You have to cross the bridge several times and hope that nobody steals your disc while you go across the stream. There are several holes adjoining ball fields and the fishing/swimming area makes for some tricky tossing when the park is busy.

8 of 8 people found this review helpful.

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