|Address:||8422 South Colorado Boulevard, Highlands Ranch, CO 80126, USA|
Over all its a decent course. Definetly a locals course. Its not a regulation course. The tees are too long and too narrow but well built. The baskets are too high from the lip to the ground for regulation. Having said that. Its still a good course. Well laid out. The terain offers some good challenges yet its still playable. They have multiple spots for the baskets so dont believe the hole markers for distance. So it can beba different course every time you play. Be mindful in the hotter months of snakes and ground bees. Also a couple of holes with a good water hazard on the left side. So play with caution rather than gusto.
I play this course quite a lot, as its the closest to me. Other than occasionally losing discs in the tall weeds, I like it a lot. Theres good variety to the holes and a lot of nice people to play with. The 18 holes are not super well marked but once youve played a round you know where to go. Tip: If youre left-handed like me, throw way to the right to avoid the creek that runs along the southern and western borders from holes 2 through 5. :-)
This course is convenient just off C 470. The tees are carpeted. The baskets are solid. Some of the baskets are hard to see from the tees. On some holes the tees are below rises so its impossible to see the baskets. Along with others players I spent a lot of time in waist high brush looking for discs. There are no fairways, only narrow foot paths. If youre not on the path your in brush.
Very challenging course, not all tees are properly marked and design is a little confusing. But beside all of that, very fun course... Though budget time to seek out discs lost in shrubbery. No bathrooms or water available, but a hobby shop near by to buy discs is convenient. Overall Id rate it a B-
18 hole course that starts off clear but the more you get through it, it becomes more challenging with all the brush to potentially lose your disc! Keep an eye out whenever you throw for sure. But its a fun time with fairly spread out holes and it doesnt take too long to play all the way through.
Full 18 holes with AstroTurf tees, distance markers, and various hazards. Unfortunately also had thousands of tall weeds, meaning young kids cant do many holes.
Awesome place to go play disc golf. The course design is very cool and there are elevation changes all throughout the course.
Great course hidden away south of Denver metro disc eater keep your good eye open worth the time.
Open, rolling hills and airy, a popular spot for disc golfers
Good sized, not bad, could use some love on markings.
Pretty good course. It seems overgrown in some parts.
Finding discs was tough. Long fun course.