Muskingum College

New Concord, Ohio     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Shawn Jacklitch › February 5, 2012
As a student at Muskingum University, the disc golf course has opened my horizons to this wonderful game of Disc Golf. The course has a variety of holes that challenge every player young/old. The course requires you to use every shot in your bag to try and go low. A great course for beginners and can also pose a challenge for experienced players.
-  +0 votes  + Bryan M › May 13, 2015
First thing you want to do before going to this course is finding someone who knows it or going here - for course map. The poles on the baskets are numbered but the tee-pads are not and you have to cross the road at a couple points which is not labeled in anyway on actual course. Once you know your way around though I think you'll enjoy some of the more technical shots the course offers while still being beginner friendly. Mostly sh ...
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-  +0 votes  + Tim L › April 1, 2012
Not a terrible course, but the layout was kinda awkward. Had some troubles finding the starting points for some holes and one hole was missing a T-Pad so I had no idea where to tee off from. It also felt kinda awkward throwing with lots of people walking around and through the course, but I imagine most campus courses to be like that.
Overall, felt that they could have put a little more care in making this course and mapping it out. Not a terrible experience but not the best either.
-  +0 votes  + Kyle O'Quinn › April 7, 2012
Nice and open with lots of hills, hole 5 is missing it's tee-off.
-  -1 votes  + Dan The Man › September 2, 2011
You know what really grinds my gears when you can't even get in 3 holes before a student at the college picks up and walks away with your disc. I left because at that point I was done. The map and scorecard on Muskingum's web site looks good but is slightly confusing and a bit off. #3 tee pad is not directly up from #2 but it's all good it is just back a little bit. Parking was a pain and if I had it to do over again I would go when schools out and would have beat the snot out of my disc bandit, if only I would have paid more attention to the un assuming group of school kids!!!! F.M.L.