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-  +1 votes  + Brett Hekkers › August 24, 2013
Decent enough. Pretty short course but enough trees to make it interesting. The Mat-Su borough has a map on their website showing this as an 18 hole course. Not sure about that, I only found 9. Mix of gravel and concrete tees that are pretty clearly marked. Fun course to play with a mid range.
-  +1 votes  + Jesse Rouse › August 11, 2013
-  +1 votes  + Daniel Sypult › October 8, 2013
-  +1 votes  + Matt Netzley › July 28, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Edan Badajos › August 18, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Andrew Jackson › July 12, 2011
Quaint little course, technical wth lots of small trees. fun to play. tee boxes suck..looking to break an ankle....will play again if / when in the area
-  +0 votes  + josh stewart › June 7, 2013
Short holes, much less growth to deal with than I'd imagined, forehand/lefty paradise. Play w someone local who knows the alternate looks. And don't bother trying to stay in the framed Teepads. Ill head out that way again for sure, definitely a great group of local disc golfers to play with
-  +0 votes  + dominic comerate › April 24, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Tre Jones › May 7, 2014
Short holes but lots of very intricate lines to be had, excellent for honing accuracy. course plays around the alcantra sports complex/fields. Baskets stay winter and summer.
-  +0 votes  + Tay Harling › November 8, 2013
Awesome course just needs full 18 holes and it will be a top course.
-  +0 votes  + larry nunes › May 21, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Ryan C › September 7, 2014
My home course. There are 18 holes, took me a while to find the 1st hole for the 18-hole route. It's almost immediately on your left after you turn into Larson Elementary. The first 9 holes do not have standard targets yet, but the temporary metal "bells" on metal poles actually work quite well. Some of these are also trees with colored tape on them. The first 9 holes are playable and are fun, but will be more fun once the vegetation is cleared out a little more. The last 9 holes (~6 of th ...
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-  +0 votes  + Brady Malston › August 17, 2017
Great course. Well maintained, clean, decent tee pads. Solid technical course with a few straightforward drives, and the lines are all a good challenge to hit but not too hard that it's just frustrating, and they're rewarding if you do hit them. Definitely would recommend.
-  +0 votes  + Aaron Kuntzelman › December 31, 2018
I give this course an A because of how fun and diverse each hole was. My positives for the course are that each hole is difficult and needs a tight shot with all of the trees. The course seems to not be too busy the times I have played. I would suggest having a sign to show where the 1st hole is. I started where it seemed to be and ended up on hole 11. I would also suggest some signs for holes 12-15. That was a bit confusing. If anyone finds a Champion Destroyer with a Portland Trail Bla ...
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-  -1 votes  + Thad Murgatroyd › September 6, 2014
-  -1 votes  + Greg Rouse › August 14, 2015
$20 cash if you catch a vandal and curb stomp them. 50/50 chance of getting $20 every time you play!
-  -2 votes  + Justin J. › May 22, 2013
My home course.
Likes: Technical but short, baskets are in good shape and stay year round, plenty of parking and the soccer fields make for a great driver throwing area.

Dislikes:Usually very muddy in the spring, holes were not put in the best places, tee boxes weren't bad while the bark was in them but it has gone away and now we are back to lots of roots and mud, No real long holes or uphill or downhill stuff, could use signage and another 9 holes as well as real T-boxes