Hole 10
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Fair Conditions
Muddy fairways
About the Course
First and foremost is the use of the available elevation, and there is plenty available. When you get to Hole #1's tee and before you stands a 242 ft long hole that with the elevation plays about a full mile, you realize that this course means business. The Layout of this course is by no means perfect but really challenges you in the form of disc selection, picking your lines, and being aware of your landing area. A good amount of the greens are on a slight to steep slope and they constantly force you to make the "Go for it" or "Layup" decision. The variety of hole style was suprising complete. Multi shot par 5's where you need to heed where your disc is going to land to setup your next shot, thickly tree'd par threes that require you to hit accurate lines, a few pretty open holes, doglegs right and left, uphills, downhils, and flat. This course is set in a beautiful state park with great facilities very close to the first tee. The local disc golf club really takes pride in this course and there are benches or large logs for seating at every tee. The tee signs were very nice and in good repair. The baskets were all fairly new and in good shape.
18 Holes
Concrete Tees
DISCatcher Pro (original) Targets
Mixed Use, Public Park
Established 2007
Dogs Allowed
Not Cart Friendly
Drinking Water Available
Restroom Available

Contact

http://www.facebook.com/groups/boulderwoodscountryclub

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Players usually spend 2 - 2.5 hours here.

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fordkennethj
@fordkennethj
Jan 28, 2023
3.0
"Very muddy "
cawilson514
@cawilson514
Jan 28, 2023
4.0
"The only reason it’s 4 stars and not 5 is the mud. Great course! "
hyoomac
@hyoomac
Jan 22, 2023
4.5
"“Challenge” is right….multiple baskets and positions provide a range of challenges for intermediate and advanced players: pick your poison. Wooded with some very tight lines, but the fairways are well-defined. Rough is thick and wooded: you go offline on this course, and you’ll be searching for windows to advance (or just get back out to the fairway). Turns out they allow deer hunting on this side of the park after November 1, so wear orange."
chasecarp308
@chasecarp308
Jan 21, 2023
4.0
"Well kept but do not go when it is wet outside or after a rain. The course was in walkable due to the ground being a mudslide. I will be back when it is drier outside "

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