0 Helpful / 7 Not
Pros: -played along a river
-easy to find holes
-great for family outing or beginners
Cons: - very short with minimal challenge
- lots of duece or die holes
Other Thoughts: I played it for the first time at the Rio Pueblo Open. I did not care for the course or the wind.
0 of 7 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 4 Not
Not worth the three bucks, go to Sipapu and play for free!
Pros: Good for beginners. Well marked. Three sets of tee pads. Pro shop (see cons). Driving range (see cons) Open year round. Can ski or snowboard at Sipapu and catch a round of disc golf in the same day.
Cons: Pay to play. Often the grass is so long you can't find your disc, even if it is 5 feet from the basket. Long grass makes finding your discs on the driving range nearly impossible. Extremely overpriced pro shop ($20+ for good plastic)
Other Thoughts: I'm surprised to see this course so highly rated. What disappointed me most is the unmowed grass. Makes you wonder where the green fee goes. Maybe I'm wrong, but pay to play should be held to a higher standard than free courses. If it is summer time and Sipapu is open, just play there.
2 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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