Flat and lightly wooded.
Mach III Targets
Mixed use, Public park
No drinking water available
Columbus Flyers Disc Golf Clubhttps://columbusflyers.org/griggs-course-page
Good beginner course, mostly wide open. Big arms will find it boring. If it’s windy then course is tricky wit little bit of OB & Scioto otherwise it’s average to any die hard DGers.
Griggs is … Griggs. It isn’t a bad course. There is enough distance and OB to challenge enthusiastic new players to focus on adding control/controlled power to their game. If you’re rated 870+ this course has a lot of birdie-able holes, and you can focus on being able to identify the right disc/line and execute it consistently. Having said that, most of the holes are pretty open and straightforward. 3, 4, and 5 favor rhfh, hole 8 is tight and can eat discs when the water is high, hole 9 has a line of guardian trees outside of circle 2 between the tee and basket. Hole 10 is probably the most interesting, best designed hole on the course. Holes 13-17 are all birdie-able, and hole 18 has some real distance and challenging guardian trees. It isn’t the most scenic course in central Ohio, it isn’t the easiest or most challenging, and it doesn’t offer the most interesting holes (with a few exceptions). It IS a good course to help players develop the specific shots required by certain holes, and it definitely favors players who can putt consistently from distance. It is just a good, middle-of-the-road course.
Some of the holes are really fun and some are pretty straightforward (literally). Great course to bring any skill level to
Nice course. Well kept. Very open. Course may seem easy, but if you play as a 54-56 and OB, the course really challenges accuracy and distance off the tee to get birdies.
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