Savannah, MO 
Duncan Park Share
Uploaded By: Donovan Hole #1 (Taken 3/2010)
4 / 400ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #1 Tee



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Hole 9 is where its at

1    11/7/2014   11/16/2014
Review By: Chained Evil
Played: 270  Reviewed: 116  Exp: 4.6 Years
Pros: This is a well maintained park that uses the elevation that is present to its advantage.
There is a good mix of moderate length and longer holes here. There are a couple of holes that have water threat and lots of open holes so you can air out your drives.
There are other amenities here like a playground and a nice ball golf course.
Hole 6 had a few trees to shape some lines.
Hole 9 saves this place in my opinion. You throw to a gap about 150-175 feet from the tee to a tunnel lined gap with a pond on both sides. The basket is on a pennisula out in the open. Nice challenging hole.
Cons: Many holes are wide open and don't have many lines to shape. Wind will factor into your round here.
#1's post is there but no sign to tell you the distance and #2 is missing its post/sign all together.
Navigation is a bit confusing on the interior holes at times.
No trash cans or benches.
Beginners might not like the holes around the ponds.
#2 has safety issues throwing next to or over a playground.
Other Thoughts: If you are a fan of a course where you can get in some long bombs with your favorite driver then you will like this course. If however you are a player who likes a technical course, then go on down the road. My favorite holes here were 7 and 9. The holes get a bit repetitive on the interior of the course where you are just throwing back and forth on the side of a hill.
Not a must play but if you are passing through and want feel the itch to throw then hit this one up.

wide open course

2-4    3/29/2013   3/29/2013
Review By: a.sorensen
Played: 14  Reviewed: 11  Exp: 2.4 Years
Pros: - the water on 8 and 9 is an interesting challenge
- it's clean and well kept
Cons: - no tee pads, just wooden signs with limited information
- not much variety in the holes, other than hole #9
- navigation is difficult
- have to throw over a playground
Other Thoughts: The signs tend to point you in the right direction, but there are often two baskets close together so you may not know which one you are shooting at until you are in putter range.

 A Dogleg Across What?

1    3/26/2010   4/8/2010
Review By: Donovan
Played: 212  Reviewed: 185  Exp: 27.8 Years
6 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This course is a simple 9-hole layout with a pond. There is a unique dogleg hole #9. This hole plays 150 feet along the pond and then a hard left 200 feet across a narrow land bridge through the pond with trees running along the sides. It is truly a creative hole. This is a clean and well-maintained park with good parking.
Cons: This course has a broken tee sign #1 and a missing tee sign for #8. #8's posthole was found about 50 feet behind swing. The tee signs are basically wood planks across a pole stating the hole #, par, and footage. These are all basically straight shot holes except for 2 holes. Hole #2 is supposed to be a kind of dogleg around a playground. If people don't play it like that, it can put kids in harms way. Trashcans and bathrooms were also both lacking here.
Other Thoughts: This is a fairly boring course, but at least they have course to play here. The Fun Factor was nil. This really is not worth a road trip. It was nice to see them put this up at this park right next to the Ball Golf Course. If you do play here, watch out for the little kids on # 2 and hopefully #8 post will get put back in as that was not easy to find.

6 of 6 people found this review helpful.

 Cute little? course

1    2/7/2009   2/7/2009
Review By: kcnickster
Played: 56  Reviewed: 14  Exp: 6.1 Years
6 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This course was surprisingly long in a compact little park. Since the town is fairly rural and fairly small I wasn't expecting much, but I was pleasently surprised by the quality of the holes and the signage. Good for long throws and very forgiving.
Cons: Wide open for almost all of the course and 5 out of the 9 holes were over 400 ft so nothing too exciting. No tee boxes but tee signs were more than adaquate.
Other Thoughts: There are a couple ponds on the course but really only came into play on the final hole. The 9th hole had tiny landing zones unless you wanted to risk a long throw across the pond. A lot further than I was willing to risk a disk.

6 of 6 people found this review helpful.


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