Originally Posted by smarkquart
The problem is that there is no good land in Brooklyn park for anything larger than 9 holers, at least not quality holes anyway. Maple Grove and Dayton still has some good park land available. That is what is so disappointing with Elm Creek. I understand that it is a park reserve and much of the land needs to be preserved, but there is still plenty of space between the chateau and the large playground that is not really "reserve" land. There could be some championship level holes in there. As much as I struggle with holes 4 and 5, I would rather see more of these.
#4 should be an easy FH for the aceee! lol... #5 really is one of the harder par 3's though you have to hit that long flex line just perfect and agree the rest of Elm really lacks any spread outside a few holes. LOTS of land there like you said and the wide open hills get a little old. those 90*+ afternoons are rough there too with little cover its like a grassy(weed filled) desert.