2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: this course had a great flow. the tees were great and easy to find. the course weaves through huge trees and even opens up into a lava rock field for a few holes. This is literally a forest and the lines are wild! it is so fun to try double banks through the trees. there are some huge long open drives and some short tight lines, a guy in the group behind us got a hole in one! there are some fun out boundary holes as well when it opens up. The challenges here really help you stretch your games and there is great elevation change on several holes too. you will use every disc in your bag guaranteed!
Cons: There is a few holes that throw close to the road so be careful when driving into the park and double check before you throw out in the open...you'd hate to hit a car.
Other Thoughts: I played here while visiting my brother and his three kids. the walk is friendly to a 4 year old and we packed his twin girls under 2 for all 18 holes and weren't to tired. It truly is a great course!
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Great technical challenge
Pros: Very well thought out technical course requiring all types of shots with athletic-minded elevation and terrain obstacles of all kinds. Just enough openings in this mostly rainforest landscape to make for a well-rounded and incredibly entertaining challenge. One of the most interesting and versitle courses I've ever played.
Cons: Not the greatest summer weather conditions, let alone any other time of the year, but hey, you're playing disc in Alaska! What else to expect?
Other Thoughts: I travel year-round and try to play of I can wherever I go. I've played hundreds of courses. This is right up there with the best of them.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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