Fehringer Ranch

Littleton, Colorado     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Dan Chando › September 22, 2015
B+
Good length. A little elevation change. Good variety of shots. Brand new baskets. My biggest complaint here is the tee pads. Originally I think they were hard clay, but the rain has washed them away, and in most cases, the pads are un-playable. I would recommend throwing off to the side. Update 09/22/15: There are now multiple positions for many of these holes, and one alternate tee pads. The new pin locations are great and add to the overall difficulty/variety of this course. Once they put in cement tee pads, this could be an "A" rated course.
-  +1 votes  + Chris Church › September 4, 2015
A
Beautifully laid out course. Excellent shot variety. Gorgeous views of the foothills. There are tee markers that are very easy to find and the pathways between holes are cleared. The use of the drainage creeks as OB is very effective. All around great course!
-  +1 votes  + David Fournier › August 11, 2017
A
Outstanding course... if you play the marked OB ropes, very challenging... well marked and plays super fast
-  +1 votes  + Mike B1 › September 23, 2015
B+
Ferhinger is probably the best course in the Denver Metro (alongside Bird's Nest), has great variety of holes, and even some sort of wooded holes. For the most part wide open, like every course in Denver, but they did a great job working with the land on this one. Grooming can be sketchy at times of the year, but overall it's great...even have a driving practice net setup
-  +1 votes  + Daryl Huschka › June 28, 2017
A
Great course with an awesome layout!!
-  +0 votes  + Andrew Melton › March 12, 2019
A-
Tons of parking. A great warmup, practice area with two practice baskets. Nice signage and easy to navigate. Nice mix of distances and shots. Multiple pin positions that change every couple of months. Very large concrete teepads that are very grippy. Some trees and elevation make for fun shot shaping.
-  +0 votes  + Caleb T Enix › March 24, 2017
A-
-  +0 votes  + Chris M › September 8, 2017
B+
Much improved over two years ago. Solid launch pads. Easy to find next pad after finishing each hole.
-  +0 votes  + Tyler Greenman › June 5, 2018
B
Assets - The course has a fun layout that is easy to follow. There is a variety of hole lengths, elevation changes, and technical shots. This course hosts a lot of events (tags, glow, tournaments), and rightly so. It's one of the best in the Denver-Metro area. Liabilities - Overgrown vegetation means you need to watch your disc or you might spend a long time looking for it. Some man-made OBs make this course unnecessarily tricky, it would be better to move the pins to more difficult location ...
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-  +0 votes  + Giuseppe Cacioppo › March 18, 2019
A
-  +0 votes  + Blake Valerius › June 25, 2019
A
If you could say one thing about Fehringer Ranch, you could say that it was made and is upkept by people who love disc golf. Everyone has their "home course" which they see as just a little better for that reason, and Fehringer Ranch is mine. In reality, A- is a more realistic grade, but I've had so much fun here that I have to give it a personal bump up. Like I said before, it is made and upkept by people who love disc golf. It is very well marked, often updated, lots of parking space, and e ...
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-  -1 votes  + justin gill › August 3, 2016
B
-  -1 votes  + trevor cook › August 9, 2015
B
-  -1 votes  + Ryan Balentine › February 18, 2018
B+
-  -1 votes  + Jason Drobeck › June 6, 2016
B
-  -1 votes  + Daniel Elsen › June 25, 2017
A
Fun course, with plenty of challenging shots, as well as open/bomber shots! A few long holes, a couple of mid range off the tee holes. Some long grass so i recommend a bright disc and some long socks.
-  -4 votes  + Josh Ward › July 14, 2015
D