1 Helpful / 9 Not
Pros: Awesome park setting. Practice basket. Driving Range. Great mix of open and tight fairways, tight and open greens, some elevation change, and lots of shot types can be utilized around the course.
Cons: Can be too long. When playing from the long tees to the long pins, especially during a tourney, you will wear yourself out. They need to expand the parking area.
1 of 10 people found this review helpful.
8 Helpful / 2 Not
Really enjoyed playing this course
Pros: This course has a good variety of shots, and with two tees and two pin placements, the opportunity for a new course each time you play. Some very interesting pin placements, good elevation variety, and the trees vary nicely from hole to hole: some have large low hanging trees, some have smaller denser growth, some are open with a narrow bottle neck at the far end. The creek that winds through the course comes into play on several (4 or 5) holes. IN the winter, it was mostly dry, but in the spring/summer, this thing might be a problem. All in all, a day well spent.
Cons: Not all of the blue tees were marked (at least I couldn't find them at first). The natural tee pads were pretty muddy today.
Other Thoughts: It's kind of a drive from Saint Louis, so I didn't have time to play the rec 9, but I will certainly bring a couple buddies with me and play this course again.
8 of 10 people found this review helpful.
9 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: -Very challenging for all skill levels, yet mostly fair
-27 Holes in one park
-Tee signs/maps and scorecards
Cons: -Poison Ivy everywhere off fairway, several times in the fairway
-Large thorns on some bushes
-Even with map and sign, can be hard to determine where to throw off tee
Other Thoughts: Wear long pants, bring lots of water, have a buddy spot on some holes and scout ahead your first time to have twice as much fun.
9 of 14 people found this review helpful.
15 Helpful / 2 Not
Tee pads would be nice
Pros: Very peaceful park, with 27 holes (9 are a rec course). There are some REALLY long holes that allow you to throw just about any kind of shot you want to try, and the holes designs were interesting to say the least.
Cons: There are no tee pads. It can be a little hard to find your way around, you just have to grab a scorecard/map and pay attention to the arrows on the ground next to the baskets. The upkeep of the course was definately something to be desired, but not too bad.
Other Thoughts: If you are driving a long distance to play this course you might as well drive the additional hour to play in St. Louis. But if you really like long holes (several over 600 ft) then this is a good course for you.
15 of 17 people found this review helpful.
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