Park across the horseshoe pins on the Northside of old city park road. Hike uphill past the OCP DGC sign to the first tee. Discs sold at Moab gear trader and Gearheads Dog friendly but leashed is city ordinance Trash cans along the way for rubbish
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No my idea of a good time, I suspect people that will enjoy this are very accurate or they enjoy looking for the disc more then throwing
This is an awesome course with excellent views and super challenging lines to the basket. I would’ve rated it higher, but there’s way too many blind shots where I was using discs I could afford to loose. This course has a lot of potential to be awesome if you could see more of the baskets from the tee box. Hole 15 for example had me driving to a different baskets. I like the flow of the holes early especially hole 7. As a personal note when I play new courses 420ft and above holes should always be par 4 especially after a 415ft hole which I counted as par 3. Great course beside that. Brutal doesn’t always make better.
If you're playing for the first time, having someone to spot for you would be helpful. Many blind shots. Wonderful views, signage, and path markings! Would def play again. Rough on 7 to 9 is pretty bad.
There’s not much grass, just a lot of sage brush and juniper trees and if you don’t know where the baskets are it’s a tough course to figure out with lots of time spent looking for discs. Still, being a Sage and juniper fan, I enjoyed playing here.
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