Grizzly Acres

Sandy, Oregon     1 course · 0 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Jeremy "Unit" Sines › May 23, 2015
-  +0 votes  + The Ronin › August 20, 2014
Nice Little mountain course with home made baskets. A few holes over 300, but most are shorter, technical holes with lots of thick rough to make you spend a bit more time in the woods. Very nice people on the property, the snack shack wasn't open when we were up there though.
-  +0 votes  + Chris Faudree › February 22, 2015
Fun course, lots of blackberries
-  +0 votes  + Adam Renfro › August 20, 2014
Worth checkin out. Glad I did
-  +0 votes  + Kevin Sweeley aka ONE LIVID MIND › February 2, 2015
Course has come soo far since its birth. Beautiful new, hand painted tee signs, nice natural tee pads, and challenging fairways cut into the mountain side, make for a great day at Grizzly Acres!!!!! If you like beautiful scenery, great company, and challenging disc golf, then get your self out to Wildcat Mountain and take the hike!!!.............UPDATE as of 1/31/14: Keeps getting better and better. All the vegetation has died way back, and the course is looking, and playing beautiful. Just a few more tweeks, and this place will be top notch!!
-  +0 votes  + Jason Pitzer › August 11, 2014
Fun coarse, with a lots of different kinds of shots. Defiantly a coarse that is worth playing. The view of Mt. Hood is magnificent. Homemade baskets work well, and I love seeing things being reused again. Defiantly a coarse where a spotter is useful if you are worried about losing discs. I love the coarse and plan on playing again!! With some more hard work and donations from people playing this coarse, it will just get better and better.
-  +0 votes  + Dan "Grizz" Wagner › May 29, 2014
Impartial, sure! But I love my course! Excellent use of space, excellent design for variety of shots and settings, awesome signage, great technicality. Homemade baskets work well, but need to be replaced with pdga baskets. I've played everything within 25 miles of here, and grizzly acres is the funnest.
-  +0 votes  + Alecia Fraser Long › July 28, 2014
A fun, challenging course...yes its overgrown, so bring a machette when you come to play and make it nicer for the next group!! Come this fall it will be dying back :) Big thanks to the owners for giving us a new, free course close to Estacada...they even have a snack shack!!!

-  +0 votes  + Chaz Smith › September 29, 2014
This course is really fun and very challenging. Lots of ups and downs and some blind holes. Be ready for a workout and watch out for the rough. LOL! Definitely a course worth checking out!
-  -1 votes  + Leo Ackerman › December 16, 2014
Needs work, Buddy Tim said half ass not ready for public! ( wants his bright yellow Boss back) should put some pride in there course.