Camgaw Ski Hill
- Mahwah, NJ
This course is brand spankin' new (opening day tournament is tomorrow), but it is an amazing course. 9500 feet, average hole is 529 feet. It plays up, down, up, down the ski hill. Has the most insane elevation changes I've ever seen. The woods holes are long, but very fair with much better fairways than many wooded courses. The more open holes are absolutely insane. 18 is perhaps the best finishing holes I've ever played (Warwick Blue-Blue might rival it). Built and designed by the same guy that did Warwick. Pro par is 70 or 72. Has potential to be top 5 in the country/world.
Warwick Town Park- Warwick, NY
Two tees and two baskets for every hole means 4 different course configurations, all aimed at differnet skill levels. 14 Blue to Blue is one of the most beautiful holes I've ever played. Elevated tee goes downhill to a fairly narrow chute (about 60 feet long) through woods. Opens up slightly to an oasis in the woods for the green. A stream encircles the basket and makes you decide whether to go for it or not. HUGE arms can try to go over the trees in 1, avoiding the chute. This is also an option from the shorter tee. Amazing hole and representative of the rest of the course.
- Manchester, CT
Absolutely beautiful course, absolutely beautiful park. Big field shots (that require placement) to short wooded ace runs. Overall, a challenging course. More amenities supposedly coming this year too (snack shack, disc sells). Jeff LaGrassa has an excellent write-up in Disc Golf Magazine of this park.
- Leicester, MA
Marshall Street is an amazing place with amazing people and two amazing courses. An amazing opening hole over a pond sets the tone for the rest of the round. Set on a christmas tree farm, this course uses several water hazards and has an excellent combination of open shots, wooded shots, etc. There are long baskets on every hole and a set of long tees is going in right now for a pro par of 68-72. Be sure to check out Pyramids
just across the street.
- Charlton, MA
Excellent course on a military lake. Plenty of water. Long tees for all the holes that need it make the course even more challenging. Hole 16 is one of the most beautiful disc golf holes anywhere. You tee off on top of the damn and throw 570 feet downhill. The hole is surrounded by the lake on the right and just behind the pin, creating a peninsula effect. A row of very large, mature trees will get into your head being only 50-60 feet from waters edge. There are now 27 holes, and the back(est) 9 is very challenging with semi-open and woods holes that can make or break a round.