Elk Ridge, UT 
Elk Ridge Meadows Share
Uploaded By: jasonandsharon Hole #7 (Taken 8/2016)
3 / 271ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #7 Tee

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Good thing they didn't pour any tee pads yet.

1    3/4/2020   3/4/2020
Review By: Steve West
Played: 393  Reviewed: 23  Exp: 46.2 Years
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Well maintained park in a new neighborhood.
Big clear high-contrast white-on-black tee signs with huge hole numbers!
Visible targets with the orange Mach band and standard hole number plates.
No chance of losing a disc WITHIN the park.
No trees (if you like that).
Expansive views of mountains and far-off Utah Lake.
Sneaky elevation.
One of the first to be snow-free.
Cons: Some tee signs missing (may not have been installed yet).
Flow is not very instinctive. It takes a lot of walking around to see the hole and tee numbers, most of which seem to be pointed away from the previous tee or hole.
Players must cross a road to play all the holes.
Multiple fairways cross walking paths, some blind.
Multiple fairways cross other tees and fairways.
Multiple baskets too near to the edge of the park property.
One throw directly at the playground. There is enough margin for overthrows, but facing the playground dampens the enthusiasm for the throw.
The practice basket appears to be in the neighbor's yard. You will be tempted to putt from their balcony. Or from the adjacent playground. (Don't.)
Other Thoughts: It would have been hard to lay this course out any worsely. Simultaneously boring, over-stretched and yet somehow cramped; with every kind of interference issue.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

 Fair Open Course

1    6/26/2016   6/26/2016
Review By: samillerggiw
Played: 27  Reviewed: 16  Exp: 13.3 Years
Pros: Course uses available elevation in a variety of ways. Some down hill shots, a shot over a bowl, a couple uphill shots.
Course is very clear, which makes finding discs easy.
All tees are clear, although material is varied.
The park is well kept and the holes are in good condition.
Cons: Course is lacking in trees, but the few trees available are used well.
Holes are primarily the same length.
A map at the beginning of the course would be useful, as well as maps on the tees.
Other Thoughts: The sponsor of each hole is printed on the tee, which is interesting.

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