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Course photoHole 2 pad looking toward hole 1 pinHole 1 tee, pin is up on the left past the trees.Plays longer due to uphill. OB is right side tree line.
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Long grass on 1 and 9
21 hours ago
About the course
Course in Northern Alberta. Disc catcher pros and dedicated artificial turf tees. Technical course with lots of turns and hills. Narrow fairways through thick treed areas.
11 Holes
Turf, Grass Tees
DISCatcher Pro (28 chains) Targets
Mixed use, Public park
Established 2021
Dogs allowed
Cart friendly
No drinking water available
Restroom available


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Aug 23, 2023
Lots of trees with some wide open shots. Great variety in hole lengths aswell.
Jul 24, 2023
Alberta Wild Rose Country, lots of bush, long pants are nice. Balanced course, lots of shot variety. Regularly Maintained, nice turf tee pads.
Sep 14, 2023
Pretty good woods course. A good mix of long and short holes. The rough is very rough so prepare to spend a decent amount of time looking for discs. It would be nice if the rough was mulched out a bit to make it more forgiving. One bad kick and you can pretty easily lose a disc. Overall pretty fun but not worth the risk for me.
Sep 29, 2023
Great course for a time out in the northern reaches of Alberta. The course is very easy to follow. 1, 2, and 9 are open air fairways. 9 has some really tall grass on the right that will eat your disc if you don’t keep it on the fair. 4 is extremely tough if you shank it… very deep hazards but easy if kept fair. 6 has the wrong sign, doglegs right, not left. Pars for the main course are pretty generous. Skilled players should play the advanced pars.


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