Bryant Lake Park
by far the best course I have been to, so far... Beautiful scenery, and that hole 17 WOW! will blow your mind.
One of my top 3 favorite courses. Three Rivers park district has been consistently making upgrades to the course: paver walkways, landscaping updates, new tees, and my personal favorite the backstop by the 11th tee so there's no risk of being hit by a blind drive from 10. Multiple tees and baskets on many of the holes. Every hole plays different. Worth the drive, and worth the $6-7 fee.
Hands down, this is a top notch disc golf course. I have played over 100 courses around the country over the last 15 years and this is in the top 5 for me. Its a real jewel! Forget about the $6 fee to play, its a deal when you see how well thought-out and maintained this course is. This course is beautiful with views of the lake, park benches, bag holders great signage at each tee box. Each hole has Pro and Amateur tees with pro and amateur baskets off of each fairway. Because of this you can play this course many ways. This park has lots to offer, so bring a group for the day, grill out, hit the beach and then play 18 holes. The end of the course winds up a ridge line with tight fair ways which is where you will find it!, Tee #17...... Once at tee 17 you will stand there and say that can't be the basket way down there, and you would be correct, that's the Amateur basket lol, the Pro basket is even further up in the trees on the next hill. Just focus on carrying over the road and worry about the rest when you come off of cloud 9. PS. don't miss the practice area, its off the back side of hole 18 and not near #1. You will find 3 baskets there, set up with a mix of open and woods to practice from. Enjoy.
One of the best all around courses I have played. I am not sure if they still charge, but it is well worth the money.
Of all the courses, I've played in the United States this is the nicest. I'd happily pay $3 a time to play this course. Well-maintained greens and tees, lots of changes in terrain and beautiful views. A pleasure to play. What are you waiting for? Go!
The city of Eden Prairie has put a substantial amount of time and money into this park in recent years. It's a course that is challenging with some blind shots that may leave you searching for your disc. Only negative is that the vegetation and shrubs have become so overgrown that a few holes have to be played differently than they were a few years ago.
A beautiful well maintained course with a variety of shots. Hole 17 is one of those epic downhill crusher drives with a view. Hands down my favorite hole in the Twin Cities.
very nice. this course has come a long way, and is absolutly beautiful. the $3 fee to play is well worth it. there is a very long signature hole with the tee box up appx. 4 stories which is worth the trip to the park alone. i give this course an 8 out of 10 rating for toughness.
This course is gorgeous. Great mix of holes and amazing scenery. Easy to lose a disc.
One of my personal favorites, beautiful view of the lake as the course wraps along side it. Up and down terrain, start open and ends wooded. Well maintained. Hole 17 may be one of the most fun and challenging pars you will ever play. If there is a lot of wind, maybe wait for another day to play it
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