Stu Jensen

Washington, USA Righty - backhand

Stu's reviews

Fort Buenaventura › June 25, 2018
A+
Still a little rough, but the fairways are good. Watch for poison ivy. Beyond that, this is the newest baddest course in Utah. Thick established cottonwoods cover this moderately heavy wooded (for Utah) course. Right on the Weber River, it only comes in play twice right at the beginning, but there is a pond and a few canals that come in later on. Future plans exist for gold holes across the pond, but are not in yet. This is a competition level course that we are not yet accustomed to in the area ...
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Ogden Weber Applied Technology Center › May 19, 2015
D
There are baskets. It's a good place to stretch out your arm, but don't expect a challenging course.
Harrisville City Park › May 19, 2015
B-
Good little nine hole with a variety of shots. Multiple basket locations. Paths cross just a little bit, but it's a good use of the space available. Watch for park visitors. Don't hop the fences for errant discs.
Mulligan's › March 30, 2015
B+
Beautiful, well-groomed, relaxing atmosphere. Pay to play. Cart rentals available. Beware the water. If you do not want to lose discs, then play the hole safe. There are plenty of safe shots that don't require you to tempt the disc gods. Good high risk high reward shots if you're brave enough. Very open, not many trees. The environment is the sell.
Cache County Fairgrounds › August 31, 2014
A
I love this course. It has brand new tee-signs that help, and the fairways are manicured and pristine. My only complaint is the tee-pads. Most are on the pavement and concrete, which are better than dirt, but not all are flat and some are actually throwing from ob. Watch for other park users (campers, events, equestrians, etc). There are many unusual mandos that effected my rating as well. Hole 15 has a odd left mando that takes the river out of the drive forcing an awkward anhyze or flick shot. ...
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Hansen Pond › May 28, 2014
B-
This course has great potential, so I had to give it an extra bump. Signs are not the best, especially on the back nine. Pads are dirt with some with carpet pieces. I was fortunate to run into a group of locals who gave me great direction. After talking a while with them I found many of the same problems that face most young courses, politics. I encourage all to give it a chance in order to show the local government that it can draw traffic. You won't be disappointed with the course and in time, with a little love, this course can become something great.
NAD Park › May 24, 2014
B
Better signs would make this an A course. The pins were all in short, but the course is far from easy. There are multiple routes on many of the holes. Hole #16 is an uphill beauty. The overall course is a work out, but worth it. You can tell the locals take pride in it, but put all the work in the short tee-pads. The longs need some love.
KOA Campground › May 24, 2014
B
Could use some sign work, but not bad. Tee-pads are concrete but small. Good use of the land available. Overall could use some maintenance. Tall grass mad disc finding difficult.
Golden Gate Park › May 15, 2014
A
Elevations, technical, big arm, clean, concrete pads, accurate signs, and friendly atmosphere. Love this course. Didn't like the hike back to 17, but it doesn't detract from the course.
Auburn Regional Park › May 13, 2014
A-
Absolutely love this course. Clean, good layout, elevation, technical, big, and fun. However, the walk to the back sucks.
Shady Oaks Park › May 13, 2014
A
Great course! Good mix of shots, use of land, technical versus big arm, big tunnels and small gaps, something for everyone, everything for someone.
Condon Park › May 13, 2014
A
Zephyr Cove Park › May 13, 2014
A-
Great course, good elevation. Mountain kicked my ass. The view is amazing. Big rubber teepads. good signage.
Art Dye › July 4, 2012
A-
The course looks great. It has been a while since I've played it. There are many good improvements such as the tee-pads and new basket placements. It could use some signs and direction.
Sipapu Ski & Summer Resort › June 30, 2012
A
Great course with excellent signage, maps and tee pads. Challenging shots with tee-pads for all experience levels. The only fault I found was the flow wasn't great, difficult hikes between holes, but I was racing a time restriction with a large group of newbies. Wish I had more time to play. I will play again, hopefully soon.
Lake Walcott State Park › August 28, 2011
A
One of my favorite courses! Well groomed, good rubber tee-pads, accurate signs. Travis your the man!
Art Kelly Park › July 25, 2011
C
Challenging course for sure. Good tee-pads, accurate signs, but needs routine maintenance and constant play to become an above avg course
Solitude Mountain Resort › July 10, 2011
A+
Amazing course! Uphill, downhill, left, and right hooks. Great tee-pads on every hole. Good signs with accurate measurements.
Lakeside Lodge › July 16, 2012
B+
Love the new layout. Red tees add that extra degree of difficulty that this course was missing. Beautiful backdrop to classic Wyoming disc golf.
University of Utah › June 27, 2011
A-
Been a while since I played this course. It could use a few longer holes, but I don't see the room to do it. The signs are nice, but may be a bit off on distances. Well maintained grassy park is very nice to play on. Plus decent pads. I enjoyed it very much.
Brigham Frog Pond › May 24, 2011
B-
Still a little rough, needs playas to beat it in, I will give a "A" for layout in the space available.
Holmgren Historic Farm › April 23, 2011
B+
Danger, danger every where. No Chickens
Base Camp › April 12, 2011
A+
Awesome course! First time playing and loved it
Eagle Island State Park › April 12, 2011
B+
Creekside Park › January 31, 2011
A
Fairmont Park › January 31, 2011
B
Riverpark › October 11, 2010
A
John Adams › September 25, 2010
B+