Pros: Great little course for a beginner like myself.
Tees were marked with poles (red and blue)
Wide open for most of the holes.
No one was on the course
Cons: Park is a little hard to find but the directions to the park on the Course page are done well.
Water for holes 1 and 8 at the park makes for mosquitoes.
Lots of sticker burrs everywhere, so don't wear sandals.
Basket for 7 was knocked over.
Couldn't get to Tee box for 8, path to it was under water.
Other Thoughts: A course map would be nice. The course page has where first tee box is located.
0 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: I'm local to the area and play this course every few months. I like it. It's fun, enough of a challenge but not incredibly difficult.
Cons: Since I know the course, I forget how tough it might be to find all the tees because they aren't easily seen in some cases. It's probably difficult to find the park the first time too.
Other Thoughts: Not the course to travel for, but if you've played other area courses, are in town for some sort of military function at the base (which is very close), this course could be fun for you.
0 of 3 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 0 Not
A Strange Mix of Holes
Pros: If West Guth and Live Oak had a baby, it would look like Waldron Park. The course plays mostly around a hungry lake and a patch of woods, and both are used quite well in a variety of shots over the water (#1 & #8), around the edge of the woods (#2 & #3) and through the woods (#4-#7). #9 plays through trees outside of the woods with an interesting mando between two trees. One hole uses the tree-lined cul-de-sac as OB for a very interesting shot, while many others have interesting twists, like two choke points between trees.
Every basket on this course is protected in some way, whether through a blind drive, a mando, a lake, or a ring of trees just the right size to stick a basket in the middle.
Cons: Like Live Oak, this course is quite flat, though minor terrain does come into play at times. Also, the sandy soil of the course makes the dirt tee pads a bit hard to use (according to a sponsored local player, the sand also prevents them from easily installing gravel or concrete)
Teeing off from sand is a pain, and hard to get a grip on. Also like Live Oak, the course seems a bit overgrown, with nasty, impenetrable shule that punishes severely for errant shots, and grabby trees that dont like to let go of discs.
The holes here vary from decent to quite interesting, but the rough and flat nature of this course make for an overall decent but not impressive experience.
Other Thoughts: A nice little course with interesting wrinkles, yet a bit overzealous with the lengthy over water shots, IMO.
The two unusual mandos (culdesac, between trees) are fun, yet gimmicky ways of making otherwise ok holes interesting. I think the holes are better for having them, but they are somewhat frustrating.
The sand sends up a nice little cloud upon impact, so its always easy to tell where your driver landed.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: Some of the holes provide a challenge
Cons: Bugs. Only nine holes. Discs can get lost easily the last few holes.
Other Thoughts: Overall an OK course, but the courses in the CC area arent the best
1 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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