Murrieta, CA 
Mountain Pride Park Share
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3 / 326ft.   3 / --   3 / 259ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #2 Long Tee

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Great course

1    11/24/2017   12/2/2017
Review By: apex144
Played: 1  Reviewed: 1  Exp: 2.3 Years
0 Helpful / 7 Not
Pros: Permanent pads
Multiple basket locations
Good challenge
Great course up keep from club
Year round play
Cons: None
Other Thoughts: Great course with lots of options for baskets with multiple holes having two permanent basket locations to change the way you can play the hole each time! Permanent pads with long and shorts on almost every hole make this course one of the best

0 of 7 people found this review helpful.


1    10/28/2017   10/28/2017
Review By: aglowg2g
Played: 1  Reviewed: 1
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: 18 baskets
Brick tee pads
Technical shots required
Well thought out course
Cons: Hole number 4 I believe... I didnt know where the basket was, guessed wrong, ended up in the shrubs on shots 2 through 4, had a 25 footer for double, missed that and got a solid 6 lol.
Other Thoughts: Not sure what else is around but if you are new to the area or just visiting it's a great course. Nothing to difficult. I got 2 birds, one bogey, and a tripple.... all in all they did a great job and looks like they maximized the space they had.

0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

My new home course

2-4    6/4/2017   6/5/2017
Review By: stunts
Played: 6  Reviewed: 3  Exp: 7.4 Years
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: It's a great course with concrete pads on every hole except one that starts in the riverbed. It's a challenge for me at my current level as there are plenty of trees and bushes throughout most of the course to try and avoid. There are a few wide open holes as well for a change of pace after navigating the trees
Cons: It can be scorching hot in the middle of the day. Shade can be found off and on throughout the course though.
Other Thoughts: This is the closest full 18 to my house in Corona. It's a fun course. They a need a pro-shop somewhere nearby.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Looking better everytime

5+    1/15/2016   3/1/2016
Review By: Chad_AwoL_Weuve
Played: 12  Reviewed: 1  Exp: 26.7 Years
1 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: All of the holes present a unique challenge. Has Pro and Am tees plus alternates on some holes.
Cons: Not where you want to play if it's raining... muddy.
Other Thoughts: Great course, I really enjoy playing this course. The new tee pads are fantastic and are well laid. I also like the flow of this course. Nice mix of long holes with plenty of ace runs mixed in. Go enjoy a round!

1 of 6 people found this review helpful.

 Taking a whole new shape!

5+    1/23/2016   1/23/2016
Review By: jsmoove823
Played: 8  Reviewed: 1
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: ALL NEW PAVER PAD TEE BOXES ARE COMPLETELY INSTALLED ON EVERY HOLE!!! There's only a few more concrete pads that need to go in, in the next month or so. Very technical course, with a very WIDE variety of shots. The Rattlers are a great bunch that have brought this course a VERY long way just in the 1.5 years I've been throwing here.
Cons: Really there aren't many negative points on this course. There are a couple remaining rubber style pads, but those will be concrete SOON. I really just wish I didn't live as far away as I do.
Other Thoughts: Not enough can be said about the effort that the Murrieta Rattler's have put in to this course. It really is shaping into a TOP course in Southern California.

2 of 4 people found this review helpful.

 Llllooovvvee this course!

5+    10/17/2015   10/23/2015
Review By: jakramer6
Played: 4  Reviewed: 2
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Very technical course. Get to shoot across valleys. Lots of trees and brushes. I've been playing this course since before it was even 18 holes. Rattlers keep updating, adding/changing holes and new tee pads. Can't say enough how awesome of a job they are doing. Recommended to anybody going through that way. Totally worth the drive, luckily only 15 minutes away from my house. I hit the tees early since I have two youngens under 2 but they play doubles Saturdays and have tourney every 3 sat of month I believe. Finally have bag tags now as well. Benches have been added as well. Go play guys...good time
Cons: Rattlers set up on certain weekends would love a shop nearby to get some new plastic. Possibly a water fountain would be good add. Other than that not a lot of cons except if you haven't played course before lots of bushes so if you aren't experienced might be looking for your discs.
Other Thoughts: More people come play! Great course between all the great san diego courses and Wrightwood

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.


5+    5/22/2015   5/22/2015
Review By: howlingwolfus
Played: 9  Reviewed: 5  Exp: 2.8 Years
This review was updated on 2/23/2016
2 Helpful / 0 Not

- Upon arriving, you are treated with a nice view of the upper portion of the park. I love how the developers utilize the natural beauty of the ravine to work with holes from ONE; 1, 3, 4 to those on the back NINE;10, 12 15, and 16. The lower portion plays well into it's surroundings.

-Hole #1 is a great leeway to the course. I love how you need to either walk down stairs or the path at 1S; it just feels like walking down a very big entrance.

-the park club keeps it well kept and clean, getting rid of safety hazards such as brush and clearing paths.


-benches are littered throughout the park, serving as spots to rest for those who bode tired. So are trash cans, just in case you have some cans or plastic.

-There are a variety of shots and approaches, not limited to a strict lane like certain courses. The fairways are quite open except on holes 4, 7, and 9.

Not to far of a drive from my house, within range.

I am excited to have arrived at this moment in time at the park and am very excited to see the developments that will take place in the future.

The variety and community surrounding it is what makes this park a great addition for Southern California.

Cons: - complete beginners to the sport will have trouble on the course, but will have a great time nonetheless.

I know I might be beating a dead horse, but maybe a water fountain would be a nice addition?


Other Thoughts: maybe you guys should build a course in French Valley/Winchester ;)

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Diamond in the rough!

5+    4/9/2015   4/10/2015
Review By: RattlerWife
Played: 1  Reviewed: 1
This review was updated on 5/24/2016
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: The Course is maintained by the Murrieta Rattlers Disc Golf Club and they have done quite a job with it this past year. Multiple tee pads on 13 holes. Multiple pin placements. A great Map displayed off the parking lot. Take a photo with your smartphone or print the one here. Tee Posts at all 32 pads showing distance to pins. Small signs under most baskets to direct to next hole. A mix of concrete, rubber and carpet for tee pads. (a project for all new pads is underway) Excellent use of terrain designed into this layout. Elevation changes, raised pads, a good mix of hyzer and anhyzer shots. Mountain Pride will challenge even the seasoned pro! Convenient stairs down into canyon from 1 long.
Cons: Tee pads are a mix of materials and sometimes slick if wet. No water at the park! Bring plenty of water.
Other Thoughts: There are porta potties in the parking lot. Wear sturdy shoes as you will be hiking up and down dirt trails.
I started a information only FaceBook page at Murrieta Rattlers Disc Golf (no word club)

2 of 4 people found this review helpful.

 Fun course that could really use some polish

2-4    10/4/2014   10/5/2014
Review By: orchdork1986
Played: 35  Reviewed: 7  Exp: 6.6 Years
7 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Overall I like the variety on this course. Disc golf, to me, is a technical sport. So I appreciate a course that challenges accuracy and provides a wide range of shots, angles and distances. Mountain Pride provides all of this.

The layout on this course is nice. The tee locations are thoughtfully placed so there's not a lot of hiking between holes yet not so close that you feel discs zinging by your head constantly.

The course is in Murrieta. That's the desert, folks! If I go to the Pacific Northwest I would expect tall trees. Desert courses are going to be hot and there's going to be thick brush/low bushes. I liked this terrain aspect but be prepared for some scratches on the legs.
Cons: While the actual play is fun I couldn't help but notice that the whole course could use some polish here and there. It's nothing overly serious that prevents you from having a good time but nice to have all the same.

Some areas that stood out to me:

-The tee pads left a lot to be desired. They alternated between concrete, rubber and carpet(??). Considering the size of this course and the amount it is played, this is a bit shoddy to me.

-Frequently tees (especially the long tees) required climbing up a concrete slab or a steep dirt hill. More than once I caught myself thinking that some stairs would have been nice.

-Only distances were written on the tee, no maps. Not all of the holes needed maps (the tee was easily spotted) but a few definitely did.
Other Thoughts: To me, the pros outweigh the cons for this course. The cons were really just issues that would have been "nice" to have. The actual disc golfing experience more than makes up for this, however.

Some side notes:

-This is not a beginner-friendly course. You should have a reasonable 200+ foot drive with reasonable control if you want to enjoy yourself here. Otherwise, expect a lot of trekking through brush.

-Bring water. Lots of water. And sunscreen. It was over 100 degrees when I was playing there and my understanding was that this is pretty typical for the area.

7 of 7 people found this review helpful.

 Mountain Pride Seems Like A Piece Meal Course!

1    4/2/2014   4/4/2014
Review By: The Valkyrie Kid
Played: 1176  Reviewed: 1123  Exp: 39.7 Years
6 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Mountain Pride Park is a fairly large park with an upper part mostly containing two softball fields and an open field. Then there is a lower section which is undeveloped and really quite dingy feeling. Much of the course plays through this lower area. The course seems like it was put together in pieces, one brick at a time. The baskets range from a brand new Innova model (#7) to older single chains. Same thing with the tee pads. Most are these half and half pads with carpet and a rubber vinyl on the other half. The rubber vinyl half was very slippery when just a little wet. There is no signage on the course. Once I figured out where to begin, I was able to navigate well enough. Having numbers on the tee pads and some of the baskets was helpful.
I wasn't too excited about the first six holes. Blind throws, the area is run down, dingy, crummy pads and baskets. Then I arrived at # 7 and went WOW! It's like someone won the lottery and built one first class nice hole here. It has a great elevated tee pad! Two routes to the basket, which by the way, is a NEW Innova model.

But then, I starting appreciating the next 7 or 8 holes as the elevation is used well to create some really fun and challenging holes. # 10 was a short , fun little ACE run. I liked # 11 throwing to the basket in giant truck tire. # 12 and 14 teeing off the upper plateau area. # 16 was a interesting throw from both the long and the short tees.
Cons: No signage.
Hard to figure out where to begin.
Riverbed area is just kind of dingy area where you might find a body or two.
Poor tee pads.
Mis-matched baskets.
Holes 17 and 18 were not well designed (could interfere with softball games)
The concrete retaining walls in the riverbed area were treacherous climbing up and down.
Other Thoughts: Mountain Pride was challenging enough. But I happened to play on a early morning following some a shower and the riverbed area was even gloomier and seemed scroungier than usual. I really enjoyed the holes 7-16 which used the elevation.
This is just a nice solid course, warts and all.

6 of 7 people found this review helpful.

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