5 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: -Highest rated course in Ft. Collins.
-Nice mixture of different types of fairways.
-Nice big cement pads.
-Lots of big open, let'er fly fairways.
-Not a real easy course, geared for the better player.
-Some of the fairways have multiple baskets.
Cons: -Very little signage and no signage to help navigate. Download map or you're S.O.L.
-Doesn't flow, lots of unnecessary walking.
-Couple of the alternate baskets were really close to each other and doesn't really changing the throw.
Other Thoughts: Once again another one of those courses where the locals know where to go, so why bother to put any direction arrows out?
#9 and #10 are gone, would be nice to see a kiosk at #1 with a map?
Gotta wonder who approved #10 in the first place being so close to road?
I did have a good time playing the course, but could've done without the time wasted trying to figure out the course.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful.
The good and the bad
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The beginning was fun. Open fields, with hills and trees for obstacles. The park is well kept so no dealing with unforgiving rough. For the most part the tees have long strips of pavement to throw from.
Cons: The course was not very well marked. The tee signs show 3 - 5 different placements the basket can be in, but doesn't really specify which locations are actually in play. Some of the holes did not connect very well so without having a picture of the map, you wouldn't really know where to go. Part of the course is unplayable. We couldn't find a few of the baskets around the power plant, and some of the tees were in construction areas. We skipped a few holes to get out of that area.
Other Thoughts: I didn't really enjoy having to play around buildings and the power plant.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Hard to navigate, decent terrain
1 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: Very well manicured grass greens in the park area, and very well mowed fields in the open space area.
Cons: Incredibly hard to navigate, confusion as to which pins were in play, multiple pins on each hole, misleading signage, and a few tee boxes has some interesting concrete work that could potentially trip a player.
Other Thoughts: This course could be a lot better with minimal work on navigation signage. Unsure what the unmarked holes by the elementary school are, and the gap between hole 4 and 5 is confusing. one arrow painted on the pin would work wonders.
1 of 6 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 3 Not
A Once Great Course...Now Diminished
Pros: -Nice concrete tee-pads
-Baskets are in good shape and catch well
-The tee-signs are in good shape. They show a picture of the hole and the distance to each pin position
-Some of the holes force you to throw a variety of shots, and will force you to use a majority of the discs in your bag.
-There is a good variety of distances on this course with holes ranging from around 150 feet to over 650 feet.
-The creek comes into play on several holes
-There are some fun holes on this course. Hole 11 was a lot of fun. It is a tunnel shot that doglegs left, to a basket in a thicket of big trees. Hole 4 was a fun fairly heavily wooded fairway that in its longest position maxes out at about 650 feet.
-There are benches, trashcans, and bathrooms near the course.
-Hole 12 had two tee-pads
Cons: -The flow of this course is very confusing at times. There is a long walk between some of the holes. The walk between holes 4 and 5 is a long walk. The same goes for the walk between holes 6 and 7. There are no arrows pointing to the next basket so without a map it is easy to get lost. The flow also gets really weird after hole 15. Hole 17 tee-pad is directly between the basket for 15 and the tee-pad for 16. It is very easy to play hole 17 and skip 16.
We saw several people do this and we ended up playing hole 17 before 16.
-Several hole fairways play really close to each other. Holes 2 and 3 play back and forth near each other. Holes 5 and 6 are very close to each other also. The worst offender of crossing and close fairways are holes 16 and 17. These two holes basically share the same fairway. You can't see the tee-pad for 17 from hole 16 tee-pad and there are definitely safety issues on these holes.
-This course can get very crowded, with the above crossing fairways, this could lead to a lot of dangerous situations. When playing this course keep an eye out for incoming discs.
-The baskets blend in easily with the foliage and can at times be a little hard to see.
-While some of the holes require a variety of shots, there are quite a few holes that are just wide open and not very exciting.
-Hole 6 was a total filler throwaway hole. It is a straight 200 foot hole with no trees or obstacles at all on it. It did have a drop zone, so there may be OB on it, but the OB was not clearly defined so I couldn't tell where it was supposed to be. This is easily one of the most boring holes, I've played in a while.
-While I appreciate the tee-signs, the pictures of the holes sometimes make it really hard to get a good feel for the layout of the holes.
-Parts of the course (especially holes 5, 6, 7, 14 and 15) were getting really overgrown and will definitely need to be mowed during the summer.
Other Thoughts: Overall, this is just average. The old layout of Edora park was one of my favorite. This new layout is a little too wide open and doesn't possess the variety and quantity fun holes that the old course did. It's not a terrible course, but it not spectacular either. If you are in the area give it a play, give it a try, but don't go out of way as Edora park is no longer a destination course.
4 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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