East Harbor State Park

Lakeside-Marblehead, Ohio     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Eric Vogelpohl › July 31, 2017
-  +0 votes  + David Tanner › May 29, 2019
lots of blind holes and narrow fairways.
-  +0 votes  + Taylor Goik -Dirty Mitten Disc Golf- › October 7, 2011
-  +0 votes  + Daniel Ragland › April 26, 2012
This course was a nice walk in the woods, BUT the disc golf was not intended for recreational players. Many holes were of the "poke & pray" variety...no good path to take to the hole and very narrow fairways. Plus, most of the holes were so similar that it got boring. How many times am I supposed to go out 100-120 feet and turn hard left/right? Sometime the basket was another 120 feet, sometimes 250 around another bend. most holes required accuracy and shot shaping with a HEAVY emphasis on ...
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-  +0 votes  + Brian C › August 26, 2013
At time the course has some potential but just not a fun place to play. The are about 6 hole that a almost unplayable because of the drastic change of fairway direction and narrow fairways with super thick brush and tall grass. The were just no options from some of the tees to even get to with in 100ft of the basket. Accutually played it twice and tried a few different shots including my go to 225 thumber, just no lines. Spent a lot of time crawling threw the tall grass and bushes looking for my ...
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-  +0 votes  + Luke H › June 30, 2012
Lots of dog-legs, with an emphasis on accuracy and not distance. Mostly a wooded course with the "fairways" simply 10-20 feet wide paths. Par is achievable if played conservatively, as any derivation from the pathways results in a hike into the overgrown, unkempt brush. As was said previously, not a course for beginners or those who rely on forgiveness to achieve distance. Very poor visibility. However, the signs for each hole are large, accurate, and aid in understanding the general form of ...
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-  +0 votes  + Aaron Collins › May 16, 2013
Pretty fun. a challenge. come prepared
-  +0 votes  + steve b › April 10, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Joe S › February 4, 2019
Course has improved over time, due to active play and some common sense brush clearing. Still too much brush for summer play. Plays fine in winter early spring.
-  +0 votes  + Ted Young › June 23, 2015
Not a course for beginners, control is very important due to the narrow fairways that I played. First 2 holes were in the open then came the tunnels. Bring the bug spray. Couldn't find any score cards either.
-  +0 votes  + Matt P › September 4, 2016
Too technical for beginners
-  +0 votes  + Andrew Bruck › September 5, 2017
Course has potential, but anywhere off the fairway is very unforgiving and there is a lot of blind shots around corners.
-  +0 votes  + Chad W › August 20, 2016
I wholeheartedly disagree with the reviews. In N. Ohio this is my favorite course - 18 very diverse holes - water, woods, fields. and near the lake - with a cave on the property to boot. Yes I lose a one disc every time, but usually find one also. Bring bug spray.
-  +0 votes  + Nick Emerine › June 26, 2019
This course is in a beautiful, clean, well-maintained park. Great tee pads, signs, and baskets. Being mostly in the thick woods, the holes are very technical, so it's not the most beginner friendly. However, the par is generous and gives many birdie and eagle opportunities. Just have to stay in the fairways at all costs as the foliage will eat your discs.

In order to maximize your fun potential, I would recommend only bringing bright-colored discs that are easy to find...chance of losing a disc on 18/18 holes. Use a spotter as several holes have blind doglegs. And BRING BUGSPRAY.