“There are many nice disc golf courses between Dayton and Cincinnati,” explained Mihalek. “There are very few exceptions where a course is private or costs money to play. In given time, I believe Armco Park will be a crowd favorite for players that have advanced disc golf skills.”
In addition to creating the updated course at Armco, Mihalek’s company is a vendor in Warren County where he offers disc golf equipment in the Armco Park golf course pro shop. In addition to selling disc golf equipment, the company offers disc golf course designs like the one that they did for Warren County.
“We are proud that we could deliver this design to meet the needs of the local communities. We also plan to do another course design for other counties in the Miami Valley,” Mihalek said.
The free disc golf course at Armco Park includes the repurposed baskets from the Turtle Creek course. The course targets disc golfers of advanced skill levels and according to Mihalek, is very easy on the eyes.
“Park maintenance has overseen maintaining it and it will only get better as players continue to visit and beat it,” said Mihalek.
The Armco Park course is now playable, but there are two spots where bridges are in the process of being built.