10 Helpful / 2 Not
Fun, Fun, Fun!
Pros: Great use of elevation change gives this course more "epic" holes than any I've ever played.
Excellent facilities: parking, restrooms, baskets, tee pads and signs.
Alternate tee locations to seperate the big boys (not me) from the recreational players (me).
The fairways are well groomed and the course has good flow and is easy to follow.
Cons: The rough is a little too rough on a few holes. You can lose discs in the knee high weeds.
10 of 12 people found this review helpful.
24 Helpful / 1 Not
Over The Hills and Through the Woods...
Pros: This course will be on your favorite list. You'll know it the minute you pull into the park. It looks like a ball golf course. There were bathrooms and the trashcans were everywhere. So, needless to say it was very clean. The holes have their par settings at a realistic level. The first part of the course is mostly in the woods and the second half opens up to some beautiful fairways. You will be teeing off with some tight tunnel shots, a few left to right, a few right to left, and you might even choose to tomahawk off the tee on one or two holes. This is hands down, one of the most amazing layouts. The trek through the woods had a nice pathway and played tight. There are some elevation changes (not too dramatic), but it sure made some of the holes play long and some shorter than expected. There is a great variation of long and short length holes. So you can air some out and finesse others. All the baskets and signage were in tiptop shape. The even have some signs directing you to the next tee after walking away from the baskets.
Cons: A negative would be the OB on #17. There is an OB area to the right that is marked on the sign, but its physical landmarks are from some baby trees. It is there to protect the amphitheater off to the right on that hole (it is way off to the right). But they really need more trees to make the sign's view of the OB a little easier to follow. I suppose I should also mention that on hole #9 you do have to cross through hole #3's fairway to get to the next tee. However, it did not seem like too big a deal. As always, keep an eye out for for poison ivy.
Other Thoughts: You don't really see regular park-goers except at the very beginning and right near the end. I personally found this to be well worth the 60-mile drive we took to get there. I don't think there is much you can do to improve this place/ I am most certainly going back to play this course again!
24 of 25 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 10 Not
Pros: Very well maintained park. Good mix long and short holes, easy to navagate btween holes.
Cons: Hole #3 marked as 883 ft. a little dificult to locate pin as sign shows long bend to the right that is actualy hard right turn.
Other Thoughts: signs are all in place and give you a good representation of hole layout.
7 of 17 people found this review helpful.
16 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Great course. Most tees and holes are easy to find. Holes 5-7 are particularly fun. Each hole is mapped out well at the tee.
Large pond can be a factor on 17, barbed wire fence runs along left side of 12. Small water hazard directly in front of the tee for 6.
Cons: Hole 17's sign has been uprooted and dropped off just before the tee for hole 18. Pro tee for 17 was difficult to locate the first time through.
Stays a little swampy in parts after bad weather, but manageable.
Other Thoughts: Rockwall is a little out of the way for most people in the DFW area, but this course is worth the trip.
16 of 18 people found this review helpful.
17 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Beautifully sculpted course. Lots of variety and balance between styles (wooded/open/flat/terrain) and length (range from 199' to 834') of holes. There is a great deal of risk/reward coupled with multiple options from the tee, which in my opinion makes a course great.Two legit par 5 holes along with several par 4 holes. This type of course is the future of our sport. Another great piece of work from John Houck.
Cons: The only negative I found was having to cross #3's fairway to get to #9's tee, but since #3 is a par 5, this shouldn't be too much of an issue in tournament or casual play.
17 of 19 people found this review helpful.
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