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Hole 17, featuring an elevated tee box and long approach over the creek and greenbelt to the basket.Course PhotoTop of the world shot on 17.14
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Before You Go
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Not subject to Lucky Peak State Park entry fee
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Fair Conditions
About the Course
Lots of elevation changes through desert hill terrain. This means little summer shade, lots of snakes, and bushes to lose a disc in or cut yourself on. Not for beginners or those who want a relaxed round. Plan for 3 hours
20 Holes
dirt Tees
DISCatcher Pro (original) Targets
Mixed Use, , Public Park
Established 2013
Dogs Allows
Restroom Available

Course Traffic

Players usually spend 2.5 - 4 hours here.

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conbonwould
@conbonwould
Nov 6, 2022
5.0
"Love it. Not for the frail. "
kodydbeck
@kodydbeck
Jun 5, 2022
3.5
"If you like hanging out in the weeds all day and fishing for your discs… this is for you "
cieslak
@cieslak
May 24, 2022
0.5
"Rattlesnakes are a problem. Sun exposure is a bigger problem. Time commitment 3+ hours. "
joelhbrown21
@joelhbrown21
Feb 21, 2022
2.5
"Muddy and some tee pads were difficult to find for first-timers. Hole 17 was epic. "

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