Toledo Red Dog DGC

Toledo, Oregon     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + William Beus › February 14, 2015
Strap on the hiking boots and stretch out those glutes... This course does a great job using the small area it is provided by utilizing all of the elevation changes. Definitely a course that offers many Ace chances but is narrow and tricky enough that make you second guess going for it every time. Hole length ranges from 150-260 feet. Good little course that is fun to play, especially if you attach playing Wilder in Newport as part of your trip. Too much trash and beer cans really bring down the ...
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-  +1 votes  + Mr. Snap › November 29, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Kyle Rakoz › December 1, 2015
Despite someone's best effort, they got it in. There is a lot more work to do but even in it's fledgling state it's a fun and challenging course. There isn't a hole you can't birdie but there are many that you won't. Shot selection and placement will give you many birdie ops and most holes can be salvaged even if your first goes errant. Used every bit of space possible and the little extra D goes a long way to making this a fun and usable course instead of your average beginner course. ...
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-  +0 votes  + Sean Chapman › February 7, 2015
Fun little course. A LOT of elevation changes on most holes. Spotter is A MUST. every hole has tee signs and Lightning baskets. However, there is not any teepads. This is a fun but very tough little course if you get into trouble. The course is in need of gravel or wood chips on all the trails and teepads. I played when the ground was very wet and I was slipping all over the place. I will also add that just about every hole is a Ace run BUT if you miss your Ace you'll pay for it on most holes. Play smart!!!!!
-  +0 votes  + Tim "Skip" Becker › July 5, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Travis Pugh › August 30, 2014
This course does have some potential, and they did good with the space provided, with that being said the ivy is a disc eater and is everywhere! Not to mention the elevation changes are cool but almost to much for just a 9 hole course. Easy to get off the "fairways" and alcohol bottles on the ground. With tee pads and more clearing and foot traffic this course could be decent but for right now it's not there yet so that's why I have it the rating I did
-  -2 votes  + Zac Teuscher › October 29, 2015
There are not a lot of courses I would say "don't play" too but this is one of them...
The course is on the side of a mud hill and covered in tree needles which makes for one slippery course! The lack of decent trails makes it very difficult to navigate!

Spotters for tee shots and up shots are a must as there are a lot of kids in the park and one may have picked up a card members disc.. keep an eye on your discs at all times here!