Tim Kopacz - Watch It Bend DGC Design
Very Hilly & Heavily WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
27 ( x 9 ) / 27Holes / Baskets:
5400 ft. – 11450 ft.Course Length: Metric
67.6 79.8 --
DGCR SSE: [ ? ]
Yes / YesMultiple Tees / Pins:
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Camping Nearby Pay to play
Description: The course is set among the river valley tubing hill park in the heart of the Kewaunee River Valley. Winter Park has a well-balanced offering of terrain and shot selection around the 150-foot elevation change on the hill. Work your way up and down the ski hill and stop to gaze across the beautiful Kewaunee River Valley on numerous holes. Terrain includes open, wooded, uphill, downhill, left, right, straight, long, short, creek hazard, ponds, OB, and windy conditions. Baskets are visible from all RED tees, while BLUE tees offer more distance and require careful shot shaping and placement. Nine GOLD tees offer some extreme challenge, distance, and par 4 golf. Stay in the fairway because the rough can be tough. Very long grass, sharp elevation change, and thick trees and shrubbery are common off the fairway.
You will be hard pressed to find a course anywhere that offers as much variety and balance as Winter Park!
The course plays either as an 18 hole, or a 27 hole round. The 27 hole course is comprised of "loops" off the classic 18 hole course. Be prepared to play this beauty. It takes time, involves strenuous terrain, and is over 15,000' total walking distance (if you don't shank too many discs).
Winter Park is designed for PDGA Blue player ratings (scratch par at ~950 rating). Each hole is designed with one or two intended flights from the Blue tees. Each requires some specifc skill to execute a good drive. The holes are very challenging considering the unforgivable rough off the fairway yields harsh punishment, and very risky greens require accuracy and control on your approach and putts. We recommend newbie disc golfers and those still learning control to play the Red (short) tees. However, don't exepct to be as impressed because the course was designed intently and specifically for the Blue tees. Nine Gold Tees throughout the course offer some amazing challenge and par 4 golf.
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Local Directions: From Hwy 29 in Kewaunee:
NORTH onto County Hwy C
(From Hwy 42 on the lakeshore, head west on 29 and right on C or from Green Bay
Take 29 east to a LEFT on C)
- Hwy C runs between Hwy 29 in Kewaunee to Hwy 54 in Casco, come from 29 or 54)
- WEST on County Hwy F (In Footbridge by Bruemmer Park and Highway Department)
- Follow F for less than a mile, and just over the river, turn NORTH on Ransom Moore Ln.
Parking lot by the ski chalet. First hole plays north along the road past the chalet. Road and across road is OB.