Cass Benton Hills Disc Golf Course
Very fun course, lots of challenging shots. I like playing here but will only go on odd hours (ex. Tuesday at 10am) or with other people who I enjoy chatting with while waiting, since the course is almost always busy. Lots of graffiti and stoner culture, this enhances the experience for me but each to their own.
Lots of variety and elevation changes. Tough course and I only played it from the short tees. Definitely have the course map handy, there are some walks between some holes. But probably won't be a problem most days because it's a popular course and seems to stay crowded.
One of my favorite courses, Lots of variety - open/wooded, uphill/downhill, long/short. A number of the holes are challenging. In addition, the course is very well marked and well maintained. The only drawback is that it is popular and playing a round can be slow due to the crowds.
Not the prettiest of courses jiggers run through it but its free part of the problem I guess to because downed trees are really removed making the course far from cart friendly but it really is a diamond in the rough with some amazing shots huge downhill throws and great twisting elevations a lot of fun you would never be disappointed just know going in its not perfect, but if they ever invest the money to clean that place up... Nirvana of Discgolf... Maybe not but still really good and discraft factory is just down the road
This is my home course, I play it multiple times a week. This is an amazing course, if you go into knowing what to expect. If you go in expecting perfectly mowed lawns, trimmed trees and shining cages, you may be disappointed. This is a free course that faces a lot of use. It isn't maintained much, but it's not really a problem. It is sort of an experience, its much more of a wilderness feel then other courses. You will have to climb over downed trees, look through some thick bushes and maybe take a dip in a river, but that's part of the experience. Each hole is incredibly different, and theres a wide variety of terrain. I love this course, and I think that the wildness of it, what others call its flaws, are what make it unique.
Very fun course with a variety of shots and dual tees. Only major complaint about this is that it is overplayed and crowded! Hard to have a problem with that, but the city needs to put in more courses.
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