6 Helpful / 0 Not
I've seen worse
Pros: Mostly open after the front 9, some finesse and water hazards on the early holes, but short yardage to make up for it. Some elevation challenges on the last few holes.
Cons: some of the holes on the front 9 looked a bit trashy, and ill conceived, built on and around a public park in the middle of a subdivision, so there appears to be a lot of 'other use' traffic
Other Thoughts: surprised by the poor reviews this course was given by others. we only played it once on a tour of eastern wisconsin last summer, and while it wasn't the highlight of our trip, it wasn't really all that horrible, either.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Down Size Me
Pros: Good location, walking distance for many young kids. Some good holes play on the side, up and down a sledding hill.
Cons: Need to make this a sweet 9 hole with multiple tee pads. Too many holes where you can lose your disc in the river.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Red Arrow Park Review
Pros: Good for beginners. Towards the end it has a few nice longer, open throws that you can really launch on.
Cons: Holes are too short. Layout is confusing. Holes along the creek are VERY muddy.
Other Thoughts: I wouldn't recommend hitting this one up
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 1 Not
Good old red arrow
Pros: It is the closest course to the UW-Oshkosh campus and you can take a bus there. Lots of ace run holes. That is really all I like about it.
Cons: Tons of really short open holes. There has got to be at least 5 holes that are exactly 240 feet on flat ground. There are also plent of over holes around that same length. The course is right by a high school so there are a lot of kids on the course smoking and breaking baskets and signs on the teepads. The park is also used by a lot of other things as listed in the description so you always have to watch out for other people. Water is almost always sitting on the first 5 holes and the teepads are trenches in the ground so they get very muddy and are not very safe. The park is also full of trash and the river that runs by a fourth of the holes is very gross. Unless you are playing with someone who knows the course, you will probably miss several holes and if not, you will probably be playing them in the wrong order. Most of the tee signs are broke and they offer no direction to the next hole anyway. I would avoid this course at all costs and drive the extra 5 minutes to county.
Other Thoughts: Just stay away.
It has been renamed the Red Dragon to make it sound cool at least.
7 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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