http://www.pdga.com/course_directory/co ... -state-dgc
This is a pure desert course with essentially no tree cover or overhead obstacles. Not many people play it, and those that I have run across and talked with don't know of any organized group or league. There aren't any cacti or Spanish daggers, thought sometimes your disc will land in a hickory bush. There are lots of rabbits and I haven't seen any snakes, but likely because it is winter. Some tee off spots are hard to find so I often just create my own. Most of the holes have recently been remarked which helps greatly in finding your way around. Trash is everywhere and ranges from tons of bear bottles and disc packaging to oil filters and construction debris. Expect to spend a decent amount of time looking for your disc as everything starts to look the same after you get off course. You can youtube a couple random videos of it for a better idea of what it looks like.