Pros: The new 9 hole layout is a very playable disc golf course. Although lacking in elevation, tight fairways and long field shots make for a good game. Please note any reviews before 10/2017 may be irrelevant.
Cons: Still under improvement.
Other Thoughts: This course may flood during elevated river levels.
5 Helpful / 3 Not
The new waterproof unger
Pros: No more muddy or submerged holes.
Very secluded, no one plays here.
I found 3 discs in one outing.
Scored 5 under, but also a CON
Good for putter/ace practice.
Cons: Now only 9 holes.
No more beaver HUT! WHYYYY??
Too short, there are holes under 100 feet..
Other Thoughts: Yes I agree with the previous reviewer about confusing layout, but its not that bad, we figured it out easily. I added a map for you to check. Im sure signs will be placed in the future.
Added a course map, in the files section.
Not 100% sure this is correct but this is the order we played. We tried to follow the spray painted arrows but they are starting to wear off. Use this map to get around.
Also added pictures of a few holes.
A lot of the older baskets are still in their original placements so you could technically go and play them as well, but it is starting to get overgrown.
Not worth a trip to play this course anymore, it had promise as a young pro 18-hole course, but now it is just a short recreational 9. It is understandable they changed this course because the water level of lake unger made it impossible to play 5-6 of the original 18
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