Lobdell Reserve DGC
Awesome course, what all courses should strive to be! Challenging and picturesque. This course is one of my personal favorites and a must play if you love disc golf!!
Challenging terrain can be mud issues unless it's been dry for a few days before you go. Holes 1 thru 3 play in sight of a breathtaking rock face with a creek along the bottom(don't overshoot hole 1). Hilly throughout it's a decent workout but the course flows really well,not well marked, but follow your golf instincts and you'll have no problem finding your way around maybe some of the best wilderness scenes I've played in "central" Ohio all in all very quaint. Nice long holes and some interesting pin placements make it just hard enough to be fun but doable. Be on your game for a good score though cause there will prob be some shots in there that force you out of the comfort zone a little no matter your throwing style. As my friend above mentioned play smart on holes 7&8 also known as "The Hill Of Pain"(if you miss you'll see why it's called that)but a nice bench area at the top before hole 9 allows for a good rest and makes it bearable. Make sure you check well for other golfers before driving off hole 18(almost blind pin) it's downhill and around a curve. If you love a good nature hike while you're golfing this 1's for you totally worth the drive from almost anywhere.
Good course. Nice mix of shots and good use of elevation. Mostly well maintained, but the small parking lot can get soupy. There is a two hole run in the middle that goes down then back up a rather steep hill (nicknamed the hill of pain by my friends) that can be challenging if any member of the party has mobility issues or if it is very muddy. Overall a nice course, and worth the drive from Columbus.
lots of acreage
interesting pin placements
not much poison ivy
kind of far away
no facilities (nothing to drink, no crapper)
what a nice course! very very long (17 is, like, 820 ft). the creek is nice, and the rolling hills are pleasant. good stuff
Great course! This is a long course even from the shorts. I prefer this type of course over short finesse types. Looks like this summer they tried to let some long grass grow in, I was not a fan of it.
Watch going OB in the summertime, rough doesn't even begin to describe some of the wild growth.
Oh and occasionally watch out for equestrians, guess it has some old horse trails that are still in use.
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