1. Blue Valley - It's what separates us from the rest of the Disc Golf community. The added danger of being mugged or finding a body or medical waste makes it even more exciting. Valkyries lost - 1
2. Prairie Center - Most people hate it and can't play it well. It punishes you with its simplicity. I have never heard more b%tching over trees in all my life. This course shows us who the whiners are. Valkyries lost - 0
3. Wyco - I have never lost a disc here. I love the views, the lay-out and the solitude. A great course to pull a muscle trying to reach 13 or build a house and watch sunsets. Valkyries lost - 0
4. Waterworks - Hole 1 sucks you in with that impressive view and the challenging lay-out keeps you riveted. Valkyries lost - 1
5. Swope - Short or long, it too plays you for a fool. There's less whining here, but a lot of lessons are learned the hard way on this course. Valkyries lost - 0
6. Cliff Drive - I've only played it once, but it was a great course. Again: bodies, medical waste, mugging.... excellent! Valkyries lost - 1
7. Shawnee Mission - It's easy to get mad at the course for being too easy or too lame, and then have a bad round because you let your mind beat you. I like that you have to "play the ticks" for this course. No medical waste or bodies, but you do have to fight off kites, rockets and health nuts. Valkyries lost - 1
8. Rosedale (upper) - Bring your flippiest discs. It always feels good to play it well, more than any of the other courses. Valkyries lost - 3
9 Rosedale (lower) - Love the lay-out. Sadly, I can't afford all the Calomine lotion it takes to recover from playing it. Valkyries lost - 0
10. Pleasant hill. Again, I've only played it once, but it was a good time. This, sadly, falls to the bottom of the list purely based on the distance it takes to travel to it. Valkyries lost - 0
I have not played the other courses but I would like to.
Honorable mention: Depending on how you view the metro area, Jones Park in Emporia is pretty high on the list.