Johnny Roberts Disc Golf Course
I’m sorry, but for anyone who really throws, this course has turned into crap. It’s like an introductory course for families. The old Applewood course was better.
No need for a bag, or even a driver for that matter. Can reach most holes with a putter. Easy to get -5 or better.
In the late 90’s this course was much better. Longer and much more challenging, with #1 across the creek, #7 down by the bridge, long #17, and so on. The only improvement are the big block creek crossings. Good thing there are many more to choose from.
This is one of my favorite Denver area courses. It is extremely popular, so is usually crowded. Play usually proceeds rapidly so you can play the 18 in under an hour. The holes are not long but require finesse shots; hyzers and anhyzers. It is beautifully set up, landscaped, and is very clean. I very much look forward to playing every chance I get. Aces are quite possible on most of the baskets.
A new favorite course. A must visit whenever I'm in the area. Excellent layout! I love how at the base of every basket there's an arrow pointing to your next tee. Super friendly people playing there. A fine standard for all Colorado courses to follow.
Nice course well thought out and plenty of challenges. Gets crouded in the evenings and early saturday mornings.
I really like this course. All off the people are very kind. It is very packed though. The stream next to the course gets in the way sometimes. I have lost one disc in it so far. This is my favorite course in the area.
Loved this course! Very Green and lush! Tight shots over and around water. Even the more open holes were fun! I played a casual round but in a tournament with the sidwalk as O.B. my score would have jumped at least 5 strokes. Only draw back is that it is right next to the cop shop!
Let me first say that I most recently played this course in the winter when the there were no leaves on the trees. I have played this course in the summer but it has been awhile.
This is a good course with some real opportunities to take some chances and reap some minor rewards. It is nice the way designers used the creek to provide some risk. It is a short course in that I could drive from the tee past many of the baskets and I do not have a very strong arm. I only played one basket setup but there is still an ok amount of variety. The designers did a great job of maximizing the use of this park but it is kind of shoe horned in there. There is conflict with other park users on many holes and I don't see how this could have been avoided. Respect for others is a must. There are very few options on play in that most of the holes have one path to follow to the hole. This doesn't provide for much separation for ability levels, and makes the course less than brain teasing. Most holes appeared to have 3 basket placements so that would help alleviate playing the same throw on each hole if this was you home course. It is a fun course and worth a look. I enjoyed my round and would go back if in the area. My three may be low but I don't feel comfortable giving this course a 4. I reserve this for top courses so that 5 can only go to truly remarkable courses that can't be missed.
Well maintained par 3 course with a challenge of both wooded areas and running water. Can be busy with disc golfers and park recreationalists as well. Probably the area's best course.
Great course as everyone who's played it knows. Can get really busy at times. Lot's of ladies too!
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