FAVORITE Endicott, because of its demand for shot variety. It's a great skills builder, and my favorite course for practice.
BEST Sioux, because it is majestic. Big, beautiful holes with a wonderful use of elevation. Not a tremendous demand for shot variety.
WORST Birch, sorry guys but it a little too short to be considered real disc golf. Discs have changed, and Birch hasn't. Fun to go throw the putter around and rack up aces, but my last choice for a round in the area. Then again, I never play Watson, cause it also sucks, and haven't seen Kircher or whatever.
I just got back from a disc golf trip to KC and stopped to play Indian Hills for the first time ont he way. BAD ASS COURSE. I love how the course plays nicely and then punches you in the throat around hole 9. Those were some narrow lines. Only a couple were unfairly tight. If you disagree with me, your wrong. I shot a 53 my first time ever and felt like my disc was flying GREAT that day.
There is no wrong way to eat a Reeces