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Nice course

1    10/10/2016   11/18/2016
Review By: Zjaypo
Played: 8  Reviewed: 5  Exp: 2.6 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Nice little course. I was in town visiting friends and I wanted to give a course a shot and this is where I ended up. Some of it is quite picturesque. It's a fairly easy course but there are a few water hazards that can prove to be tricky. I was lucky enough to escape this place with all the discs that came with me! There are some really chill geese walking around: I practically petted a couple of them. All the complaints about bird doo-doo tho.....dude, it's nature...it's not that big of a deal! Haha
Cons: Potential to get a bit turned around looking for the next tee pad at times if you are new to the place and have no map.

Beware of people walking about and the potential to blast a pedestrian
Other Thoughts: Mountainous backdrop, bright green grass, birds, ponds, streams, Colorado air....I dig it

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Nice park.

1    7/21/2016   7/21/2016
Review By: Javy818
Played: 24  Reviewed: 10
1 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Water comes into play.
Not too difficult to navigate if you have the map.
Good course for beginners to work on distance and upshots.

Cons: Geese. Goose shit EVERYWHERE.
Middle of nowhere next to a Rec center.
Thick vegetation and a stream behind some baskets. Can be extremely difficult to find. I threw a putter that went slight left into the stream. Couldn't find it! I had to ask a dude walking on the other side to help me and he found it.
Other Thoughts: Random joggers, bikers, motorcycles and kids going around the course.
The park and course are well maintained.
The pond is nasty. Don't go in there.

1 of 4 people found this review helpful.

 Mile High City Park

2-4    5/21/2015   5/25/2015
Review By: nygfaninva
Played: 34  Reviewed: 34  Exp: 9.6 Years
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -18 full holes in the middle of the city
-True water hazards
-Fantastic tee boxes
-Easy to follow set up
-Great park with water and bathroom availability
Cons: -Not very long
-Not a lot of obstacles between tee and baskets
-A bit repetitive
Other Thoughts: OK, I did not have much time in Denver area this time and could only play this course. Despite the listings above, it turned out to be a fun couple of rounds. For an 18 hole course in the middle of a major city this turned out to be a blast. As I stated, it's not a "challenging" course but neither is it a push over. The water hazards are just close enough to ensure you stay precise and makes up for the lack of tree or hill obstacles. On a windy day the water could be calling your name, LOL. I am not a rated/tourney player, but I am not a novice/beginner either so keep that in mind. The distance is indeed on the lower end, but for a city park still enables you to throw far and encourages you to throw straight. Not very tricky, as I mentioned, you won't need all your throws, but it is a fun, full 18 in a city. That alone is something to brag about! I hope to hit some of the true mountain parks on my next visit, but for a quick stop in the Mile High City this was a pleasant surprise.

Fav Holes: 2, 14 and 16 due to throwing over or on the edge of the water made for some fun and tactical throws that were memorable!

4 of 4 people found this review helpful.


5+    7/13/2014   7/15/2014
Review By: Rowick
Played: 17  Reviewed: 8  Exp: 3.3 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Its pretty

The tee pads are really nice

its good from beginners

its well maintained (biggest problem being its in a low spot so the course is almost always wet)

there are a lot of interesting birds here I've seen pelicans, cormorants, and even some snowy egrets as well as the usual ducks and geese
Cons: in some places like 3-5 you're basically just throwing back and forth across a field

very easy to lose disc on 2, 12 and 13 and a few others if you're way off course

almost no change in elevation

signage could be a bit better though there is a course map. 3 is probably the hardest tee box to find from the previous pin (its across the bridge and a little ways down the path) also 12 is though to spot from 11 (its just up the hill to your left)

its pretty easy
Other Thoughts: I live about half way between this one and village greens and I will almost always chose this one over village greens

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Nice course in well-maintained park

1    9/1/2013   6/8/2014
Review By: djros
Played: 35  Reviewed: 14  Exp: 7.5 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Huge concrete tee pads on every hole, with hole number and distance in the concrete itself - some of the nicest pads I've seen. The water comes in to play on most of the holes, including one hole with a carry of about 200 feet over part of one of the lakes. The holes make a figure 8 around a pair of lakes in a nicely maintained park with nice amenities and mowed grass fairways. Decent mix of long and short holes.
Cons: No signs, but every hole is pretty open, and it's pretty obvious where the basket is from the tee. Trees only come in to play on a couple holes; otherwise, this course is almost entirely open with the exception of the two lakes. Not much variety in terms of hole shape. Unless you want to chose shots shapes that are always over land to avoid losing discs, you are never really forced to throw specific lines, and you can pretty much throw the same shot from every tee.
Other Thoughts: I don't usually like water holes, especially holes that force you to carry significant bodies of water but this course is still fun. The carry over the lake on #2 is manageable with a good throw. Some of the baskets are a bit close to the water's edge, but I guess with the course being so open, that does provide a little extra challenge. Even though the course is open, the water does force you to be accurate in the same way trees would, only if you miss to the water side, you can't recover like you would from hitting a tree. I'm not crazy about the prospect of losing discs to lakes, but once you get over that, the course is still enjoyable, and if you focus on hitting the correct line, you should be able to avoid putting a disc in the lakes.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 wide open

1    7/27/2013   7/27/2013
Review By: templink
Played: 84  Reviewed: 22  Exp: 14.2 Years
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Nice teepads with hole # and distance on them.
Fairly scenic walking park with a small lake the course plays around.
Cons: all holes repetitive and wide open between 250 and 320'. The one longer hole is 400, also wide open.
Virtually no challenge for advanced players.
Beginners might lose discs in the water.
Some fairways were swampy and pins were surrounded by mud/water (not by design).
Other Thoughts: would not play again. I was near Denver airport and found this course.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Beautiful Park

1    9/27/2012   7/17/2013
Review By: Golden Tuna
Played: 129  Reviewed: 29  Exp: 16.6 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Beautiful, wide open, well maintained park with very nice tee pads. There were some nice water holes, but nothing that really gets in your head. Lots of great scenery while moving though the course. Requires a variety of standard shots, but nothing too challenging. The course was easy to navigate and the parks department did a good job of not over crowding the disc golf area, so there wasn't really any risk of hitting walkers or kids on the play ground. the back 9 did have a few nice shade trees that people were picnic-ing under, but they were hip to the course and watched out for themselves.
Cons: This was a nice little course, if anything I can point to as a negative would be that it wasn't terribly challenging, but not every course has to be brutal.
Other Thoughts: The water level was down while we were there, so I assume it would be a bit more difficult during the rainy season. Overall, we enjoyed this little course while we were in Colorado!

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Would be good if it wasn't raining

1    5/14/2013   5/14/2013
Review By: ferret_1986
Played: 21  Reviewed: 4  Exp: 8.3 Years
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Open holes with nice concrete tees. Layout of the course was nice.
Cons: All of the holes are open fields with a handful next to a pond.
No map of the course.
Other Thoughts: Length of the holes was good. A few more trees would be nice.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Expo Park Review

1    9/1/2012   4/5/2013
Review By: Burd
Played: 12  Reviewed: 10
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Easily accessible course in Denver in a very nice park with long open throws. Park is wide open and very well groomed grass.
Cons: Not a very challenging course but there are still a few throws over water hazard lakes and creeks that can make your disc impossible to recover.
Other Thoughts: If in Denver I would definitely play again.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

  Geese Galore!

2-4    2/2/2013   2/5/2013
Review By: chrisgoldtop
Played: 35  Reviewed: 1  Exp: 17.6 Years
Pros: -Clean Park
-Water hazards, which I like.
-Concrete Tee pads
-Easy to find next tee pad for first timers
Cons: -Losing your disc in water
-For the most part too wide open
-Geese are everywhere in the winter
-Surprisingly busy
Other Thoughts: I actually enjoy this course. I always like courses with water hazards that make you focus a little more. I saw two people get their disc and fall through the ice into the lake. Be careful out there!

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