Hole 17, featuring an elevated tee box and long approach over the creek and greenbelt to the basket.Course photoTop of the world shot on 17.14
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Not subject to Lucky Peak State Park entry fee
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2 days ago
About the course
Lots of elevation changes through desert hill terrain. This means little summer shade, lots of snakes, and bushes to lose a disc in or cut yourself on. Not for beginners or those who want a relaxed round. Plan for 3 hours
20 Holes
dirt Tees
DISCatcher Pro (original) Targets
Mixed use, Other, Public park
Established 2013
Dogs allowed
Restroom available

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Players usually spend 2 - 4 hours here.

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Sep 4, 2023
Extremely difficult course to play. Very challenging terrain! Looks like they are building actual tee pads, but for now its all dirt and hard to find. The trail is difficult to follow as well. Recommend wearing pants and hiking shoes!
Aug 18, 2023
This course should be called devils gulch! It’s super hot with no shade, everything is so overgrown with super thick brush, oita a workout trekking though and you will lose a disc or two ! Did I mention rattlesnakes!! Not fun. Okay I’m the winter when there is no snow in the ground but hell is froze over and there are no snakes and the brush is dead so you can find your discs
Jun 4, 2023
I love this course, definitely a good course for working on your windy condition game, having a spotter with you is necessary if you plan on not losing a disc. I really enjoy both blue and gold. All around recommend this course if you have time for a challenging round and want to avoid a super busy course like annmo or eagle.
May 8, 2023
Way too overgrown needs to be maintained


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