Cleveland, WI 
Cleveland Elementary School DGC Share
Uploaded By: jhgonzo Hole #4 (Taken 8/2009)
3 / 145ft. Par / Distance:
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1    6/28/2014   7/2/2014
Review By: wolfhaley
Played: 269  Reviewed: 185  Exp: 13.6 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The course plays around the south side of the school. There are some trees that come into play on a few holes. There is a practice basket between hole 9's basket and hole 1's tee area. This can basically make it 10 holes and get you back to the parking lot. Each basket is a different color which is pretty cool and something I've never seen before.
Cons: No tee pads or signs, not a big deal as you'll probably want to make up your own shots anyway. Very short holes though. It is an elementary school.
Other Thoughts: Nothing to go out of your way to play but awesome for young kids to learn the game. This is a typical elementary school course. Bring the kids here or just skip it if you're an experienced player.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Great elementary school course

1    4/23/2014   6/23/2014
Review By: Stardoggy
Played: 344  Reviewed: 211  Exp: 6.3 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Great baskets. Every hole's target is a different color, which on an elementary school course, is a pretty cool feature.

Boards in the ground, and painted, serve as the tee pads. All easy to find, and the ground behind them was all level and solid. Decent for natural tees.

Navigation is pretty easy (once you realize hole 1 is across the playground). The course basically just winds around the playground, next to the fence. Hole 9 is the only hole that strays, as it is back towards the parking lot.
Cons: Ultra short...but that's to be expected for a course used in elementary school gym classes. Ace runs galore...several of the holes are long putts for decent players.

As it's a school course, you can only play outside of school hours.
Other Thoughts: If I was taking my small child to learn disc golf, this is probably where I'd take him/her. A kid will have a blast here, as the holes are short and mostly open. This is exactly what an elementary school course should be. The colored baskets are a perfect touch.

If you're into bagging every course you can, then take the 15 minutes and play this one. You could easily walk out with multiple aces and a smile on your face. Isn't that why we play the game in the first place?

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Beginner course BY DESIGN . . . ace runs for the well travelled.

1    9/25/2011   9/25/2011
Review By: harr0140
Played: 975  Reviewed: 480  Exp: 8.9 Years
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: 1) Nice short beginner friendly course that still presents some challenge to the beginners.

2) Nice powder coated (I hope it isn't just paint) baskets each with a unique color. That's a nice feature to help beginners enjoy the course. Who isn't going to talk about those holes because of the color . . . Yeah I birdied Red Blue and Green.

3) Ace run courses can be fun too . . . just in a different way.

4) 4x4 posts in the ground to tee off from. It's better than nothing.

5) Course navigation is really easy . . .because it is so short.

6) The designer of this course is an awesome guy, and I have played with him before. I know how and why this course went in and I will not degrade the course because it does what it set out to accomplish . . . introduce the local children and others to this awesome game. I am thankful he got involved in his disc golf community and did something about the lack of courses, and I hope he keeps at it!

7) White Pines on the property . . . one of my favorite trees on disc golf courses.
Cons: 1) Flat . . . I had a joke about prepubescent girls but then thought better of it (as if that isn't still a joke at least I felt bad about saying it).

2) Short short short . . . you can write your own joke.

3) A couple of the obstacles are really not indicative of true disc golf obstacles. They are "doable" shots but not really accurate portrayals of what disc golf is. This is mostly due to low hanging limbs or overgrown shrubs. This may not have always been like this, it may have only happened in the last two years since it opened.

Other Thoughts: All in all this was a fun course to play with my wife. She enjoyed making some ace runs and a handful of birdies. I would guess that she might have the women's course record of -4. It is a beginners course but even well travelled players like myself can garner some enjoyment from the course. I don't care that it didn't challenge me very much, it gave me the chance to work on my "upshot" game basically and make some "controlled ace runs too". I wanted to give them all a shot but I still wanted to make my birdies.

I will be back if I am in the area again. I hope you will too . . . just take it for what it is!

3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

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