Endicott is a great course! For the most part, it is well maintained all season. If your accuracy isn't great, practice this course a few times and surprise yourself. Definitely a must!
All previous reviews are valid. I will personally add that I give this a 4 because there are a couple holes with alternate pin placements that just aren't fair. Other than that, this course is superb.
This course is awesome!!! One of my favorite courses in the area. Alot of challenging holes and some that are just down right nasty! Not sure why they have such a long walk to the first hole from the parking lot but hey whatever works i guess. Most of the holes are pretty tight with trees but there are a few holes that are pretty wide open. If you have never been out here you need to check it out for sure. Although if it has rained recently make sure to bring your boots or shoes you dont care for cause it can get very messy out there in spots. If you dont hit your spots your round will turn out really bad! Super fun course!!
The park is very nice and the course is well kept.
Most of the drives off the tee are going to be relatively long and straight, but after that it gets very tight and technical. An excellent course to get practice with all types of throws, and if you have several varied discs, you will easily use them all. The holes average about 300-350 feet, with a couple as low as 200 and a couple as high as 450 or so.
Overall an awesome, challenging, technical course. Good for beginning and experienced players alike.
A solid 4 rating here. Relatively tight course with multiply pins. Concrete pads. Large trees and hilly. The best tight course in St. Louis. Very well designed.
This course provides the full spectrum of throws that can be experienced in disc golf. There are many challenging holes, and at least three different basket placements per hole (which means that even if you play here often, you will experience new challenges). Well groomed and challenging with cement tee pads.
Bring your "A" game! This course requires a variety of technical shots. It is probably considered the most technical course in St. Louis - tight fairways, elevation changes, and some length thrown in to boot. In it's long setup (multiple pin positions), this course will give you all you can handle!
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