All Disc golfers who are on facebook, please check the Watson Island Disc Golf Site for details regarding the ongoing clean-up and construction of our newest course in the Grand Valley.
This project is being led by Russ Hamilton and Brian Seaman. Work times are flexible and include most Saturdays at 10:00am. Nine (9) temporary holes have been marked out with 4 x 4 posts; and you are welcome to check them out, just bring a trash bag to fill up. They are also looking for skidsteers and equipment for the major clean-up.
To volunteer or for more information please contact: Brian at 970-985-8980 or Russ at 970-270-1225
Looking for Grand Valley disc golf course maps and/or directions?
Just click the course name below to view the desired map.
Discussion about disc golf courses in the Grand Valley.
Sat Jul 30, 2011 9:55 am
The new holes are in and the course has had some major tree trimming done.
Hole #7 throws along the field, there is a Mando Left of the first tree. This is to prevent people from throwing down the sidewalk and running the risk of hitting a biker on the path.
Hole #8 you walk around the row of trees and tee off, throwing down the access road towards the hole with OB ditch on the left side. This is a great place to practice that forehand or anhyzer shot.
Please DO NOT throw from the bike path on the right side of the big tree line down the bike path. That is not the proper way to play that hole.
The City of Fruita moved hole #2 because they did not want the increased risk of pedestrians getting hit on the bike path because discs were flying down the path.
I will be doing a new map and uploading it soon.
The tree trimming has ruined the course. Thank you Fruita
Wed Aug 03, 2011 7:18 am
Just to put my two cents in I would like to thank the city of Fruita for all there work at little salt wash I think the removal of all tammarist and russion olive is great and you don't need big tee boxes for a short course, and I like a opening to through threw! Its a great option for a old fart and beginers! except the disc eating # 8 tee box. although its not bad from the amm box set up for league! thank you Fruita and Bill A. for all your work! hope fully we can get a couple more challinging course's re-opened for you Pros.
Wed Aug 03, 2011 1:47 pm
Yea, i agree. all you big armed folks come to Fruitas Riverfront Park sat for cleanup and maybe even playing with real baskets real shortly. one step after another. Oh yea bring your kids, they can use the workout also. u know the old farts will be there.
Wed Aug 03, 2011 8:56 pm
I agree too J, I used to go to Fruita LSW to practice the tight weave game, no it's almost as open as Westlake
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