Sunup to sunset.
There are a number of ways to play the course. In all, there are 30 holes plus a 9 hole Pitch and Put course for quick games and younger kids. The Main Course is 27 holes. This can be split into the Lower 9 (holes 1-9), Middle 9 (holes 10-18) and Upper 9 (holes 19-27), each of which begins and ends near the main picnic pavilion. In the Lower 9, holes 1, 3 and 6 can be split, making a 12 hole course called the Lower Short Loop. Courses are very well maintained, paid for by donations by local businesses and community members through an adopt-a-hole type program. To cut down on wear and tear to the environment, holes are periodically moved which may lead to the GPS being a little off. Environment is semi-arid high desert steppe climate peppered with sage brush and juniper. Players may come across snakes, rabbits, the occasional coyote, and plenty of lizards. the park overlooks the community of Sun Valley, which extends to the south. The course is sandy and rocky, with many holes setup on or near outcrops, so drivers will get dinged. Terrain is hilly, with discs sometimes finding their way down into coverts with fairly steep sandy slopes.
Rubber Mat Tees
DISCatcher Pro (original), Red DISCatchers, Targets
Mixed use, Public park
Drinking water available
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Beautiful course but spent more time looking for discs than throwing them. Definitely bring a friend and keep an eye on each others shot have played all over and this is the hardest course to find your shot on. Bright colors are a must
Fun course. Good amount of par 4s. Also a good amount of blind shots, which is a slight downside.
Awesome course. Very challenging. Lots of distance and technical lines. Great views.
This is a huge disc golf course/complex I wouldn't recommend going to play the full thing without a guide. That being said, this course is a monster! Big arms will love and everyone who goes will spend some time looking for their disc. You probably wont play many courses like it because there are Juniper bushes the size of trees, Everywhere! First timers should play the blue baskets on the pitch and putt and maybe the red 12 on the big boy courses front nine.
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