Super short and simple
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -Baskets are in good shape and catch well.
-Tee sigh are helpful both in accurately telling distances and showing pin placement.
-Every bit of the land they had to use was put into the course to make it more interesting to play.
-There is a place to sit on every tee pad.
-Shorter holes, so the play time is fast and they are good for shorter upshot practice.
-Never crowded (I have never seen another golfer here).
-This course is outside of a school, so it helps get children into disc golf and it grows the sport.
-There is no courses in this area so this is a nice addition for the local golfers.
-The grass is always well mowed and its a present experience to play.
Cons: -The tee pads are a mixture of gravel and dirt, and they have started to erode away leaving a uneven rutted tee.
-There is only pin placement for each hole.
-Holes 1,3,4,5,6,9 all are near parking lots or completely cross over the road making it potentially unsafe for drivers or perceptions walking on the sidewalks.
-Hole 1 had a basket near a fenced in backyard that drives can sometimes land in (I never got my labeled disc back).
-The tee for hole 5 is in a fenced of area where the football field is and I've never played at a time where the tee is accessible.
-It can be hard to navigate the course because the tees can be hard to find from the previous basket. (Basket 4 to Tee 5, Basket 5 to Tee 6)
-The course runs along a rather nasty storm drain ditch filled with stagnant water and trash.
-You can only play this when school is not in session.
-Some holes come close to crossing fairways with baskets 7 and 9 being around 35-40 feet apart, however this course in not heavenly used so that shouldn't be a issue.
Other Thoughts: This course is great is you want a quick round on a peaceful quite course. There are great options for someone looking to get some putting and approaching practice. Its never crowded and helps get kids into the game. I would not recommend it for a competitive play as the holes are so simple that there is not really a test of skill. If your a local living in the area or passing through this might be a place you want to visit (If school is out) but don't go out of your way to play here.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Nice little course for area
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Some fun, varied shots
Enjoyed the elevation change for shots
Good tee boxes, baskets, and well marked
Cons: Holes 1, 3, and 5 drives are over a street (could be dangerous)
Could not access 5 tee box as the field was locked
6 tee was hard to find behind the car wash
Other Thoughts: I liked the course overall. It was a fun, quick play. The shots over the street were new for me, some of the holes were placed in tough spots
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: - Good new tee signs
- the dirt/gravel tees here are much better than the ones at CCU, and they are well marked by the tee signs
- good baskets with numbers
- a little elevation change on some holes
- some OB and a few other obstacles make for some technical shots
- some challenging baskets placements to make for some tricky shots
- navigation of the course is pretty easy
Cons: - holes 9 ends pretty far from hole 1
- not much of a variety of distances, 150 to 300 feet, mostly a shorter course
- a couple holes throw over a street, it feels weird looking for cars coming before you throw
- considering this is a beginner course, a few holes can be pretty dangerous, throwing near streets, parking lots, and buidlings
Other Thoughts: Pretty fun course for a relatively quick round. Some what of a weird layout but I enjoyed most of the holes.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 1 Not
Short and Unimaginative
Pros: 1 The tee pads are well-defined and made of packed dirt/gravel, which I like.
2 Each hole has a nice plaque that describes the hole, disc golf rules, and a course map.
3 It wasn't crowded when I was there.
4 Some small elevation changes on a few holes (10-40 feet of change)
5 The designers did fairly well with the terrain they were given.
6 The course is easy to navigate--you can pretty much always see the pin location. And you probably won't lose any discs.
Cons: 1 Holes are short. I used a driver on two or three holes. Putter & midrange the rest of the holes. Most holes are between 150-250 feet.
2 Almost every hole is a straight shot with no challenges or obstacles. A few holes have throws that need to be somewhat accurate, but by no means a tunnel shot.
3 You have to throw over a 25mph, public road a few times, which can be intimidating for beginners. The road isn't very busy though.
4 The course runs through the middle of businesses, which is kind of strange. It doesn't feel very park-like or private.
5 Unimaginative--a lot of straight, open shots.
Other Thoughts: Beginners: A good course to learn on. It's short enough to par some of the holes, and open enough that you won't be hitting trees every throw. Throwing over the road can be intimidating if you're new, though. Worth a visit if you're new to disc golf.
Intermediate: If you live close, it would be a good place to practice your approach game. That's about all it's good for. I won't be coming back, but glad to see more courses in the Littleton area.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 4 Not
Super Solid Suburban Course
Pros: Lots of variation of terrain, distance and shots. Family friendly.
Cons: Can get congested.
Other Thoughts: This is a great course for the Littleton community. The course was built and designed by the Front Range Christian School students as part of their service to school project in May 2016.
Front Range Christian School partnered with Colleges and Universities their students to attend as sponsors.
0 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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