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  • What are the best courses in the NW

    Planning a road trip from Vancouver Island and want to play the best courses in the US Northwest.
    Like all kinds of course from tight wooded to wide open fairways...
    Any help would be greatly appreciated

  • #2
    You can find nice reviews of courses and find what you are looking for here: www.dgcoursereview.com

    How far South are you going?

    Courses I would recommend:

    In and around Seattle - Lakewood King County Park, North Seatac Park, White River Disc Golf Course

    In and around Portland - Pier Park, Horning's Hideout (3 courses!)
    , Dabney State Park, Milo Mciver Park

    Salem, OR: Bryant Park, Keizer Rapids, Dallas City Park

    More South: Adair Park, Dexter DGC, Whistler's Bend
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    • #3
      There are tons of great courses around but what kind of course do you like the most? Do you prefer open fairways for long bombs or tight and technical wooded courses?
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      • #4
        West Sound near Bremerton also has a nice pair of courses in NAD/Fairgrounds. Otherwise, the above picks look like solid choices.
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        • #5
          Seatac and N.A.D. should be at the top of your list.

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          • #6
            Steilly isn't a bad choice either. 2 courses on the same piece of land. Find someone to give you a tour. Sea tac for sure. Nad is rad.
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            • #7
              SeaTac, Lakewood, Shelton Springs, Hornings Gold (if time all three + there is camping on site), Dexter, Milo, Pier, Whistlers (camping on site).
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              • #8
                I'll throw in a hearty reccomendation for Fort Steilacoom, just make sure to find someone to show you around. As for Oregon, in the Portland area I'd recommend Milo, Pier and Horning's as the big three destinations, with a wild card of Trojan if you're feeling brave.
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                • #9
                  In no order Milo, Whistler's, Trojan, Pier, Cougar Ridge, Mt. Shasta if we are counting the state of Jefferson. No Washington courses because I haven't played up there. I have been told about many great courses up there and will play some this summer.

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                  • #10
                    NAD, Steli, Lakewood, SeaTac.

                    Eastern Washington: Downriver, Four Mounds and Highbridge

                    Oregon: All of them
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                    • #11
                      Bryant park in Albany is awesome, but will not be open till the flooding stops. Adair Village is great and allways open. Wistlers Bend is the best course in the North West. Hornings Hide Out is great too.

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                      • #12
                        Thanks for the info....
                        Plan to go down the coast to the Oregon Cal border and then up the middle back to Canada
                        Camping most of the way so any sites that you know of that are worthy would also be appreciated
                        Really looking forward to playing some of them

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                        • #13
                          Oh yeah, if you ever make it to Northern Idaho, play all three 18 holes at Faragut and Corbin Park before they ruin it again for the summer. Both places are epic and fun.
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                          • #14
                            Hornings????????
                            Milo Milo Milo and more Milo

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by van isle player View Post
                              Thanks for the info....
                              Plan to go down the coast to the Oregon Cal border and then up the middle back to Canada
                              Down the coast? I wouldn't recommend it if disc golf is the focus of this trip. There are only three 9-hole courses on the entire Oregon coast (two near Coos Bay, one in Astoria).
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