3 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: you get to use golf carts
Cons: holes are very long and wide open. Every basket is trashed (bent or leaning). They are even missing a basket on hole 12
Other Thoughts: I would never go back. $20 for a round with horrible baskets. I would recommend putting the $20 in gas and play a nice course for FREE.
3 of 7 people found this review helpful.
22 Helpful / 7 Not
Don't waste your time or money
Pros: Golf carts. without them we would of left by hole 4
Cons: Long!!!!!!!! thats all it has to offer. If all you like to do is see how far you cant throw on almost every hole then by all means come play.
Unimaginative and expensive.
Other Thoughts: Don't waste a penny even checking the course out. shame on the designer, he set a piss poor example to the Chicago city with a horrible course thats not worth playing.
i just can't justify paying $15 to drive around on a golf cart and throw in an open field. Id rather stay home and go to a open field and throw. ill get the same feel. the golf cart is meaningless, i like to walk/hike. i think thats the only reason people even like the course. they got to play on a golf cart while throwing disc. plus $15 is a good chunk of change now-a-days im sad to say. and compared to other pay to play courses at a fraction of the cost i can't even justify giving this a 1 star. Hannah Beardsley had better design intention than this course. have you ever seen what the course at Red Haek looked like? it was on a golf course too. The Players Cup used to be held there. now compare that to edgebrook. It has so many features on that course that could be utilized. and it just isn't. the worst thing of all is that all the teepads are from the golf teepads. it limits every potential to the course. its just to repeatitive to deserve a respectable rating.
22 of 29 people found this review helpful.
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