A place for a group of friends to play
Mostly concrete pads.
Mach 3 baskets.
Well designed holes for the parcel of land.
Holes are "worn in" not leaving you guessing where the next hole is.
Open field holes as well as tight wooded holes.
Well groomed. Lawn mowed, wood chips or gravel paths.
Cons: Kids playground right at throwing location of hole 1.
Hole one needs a concrete pad.
Under construction much of the last couple years.
Not open year round. Late spring to late fall.
Can smell like sewage with the wrong wind.
Other Thoughts: Fun course to get a group together and play. Not my first choice locally for a course to play though.
7 Helpful / 0 Not
Half n half
Pros: The course plays through a multi-use park along the river with some heavily wooded areas and some grassy open park areas. The first half of the course plays through and along the woods, and has several nice elevation changes. The woods are dense enough that you're punished for errant drives, but it's not too easy to lose a disc. The hills in the woods make for some fun and challenging shots, especially with some nice roll away pin positions.
There are two tees on most holes, and many were in decent shape. There is an accurate course map online and at the beginning of the course that shows the previous design that used the woods more and the current layout.
Cons: The second half of the course just shoots back and forth across a mostly open and flat park space. I threw basically the same drive on 7 of the last 9 holes, same distance and same basically straight shot with just a couple scattered trees to avoid. This was a really disappointing end to the round.
The baskets are showing their age, and starting to not catch as well. Many of the tees were rutted out gravel, and the older concrete ones had some cracks or erosion around them. The signage is terrible, most of it is completely gone, and not all of the baskets are numbered. Even with the course map we had to do some backtracking to navigate the course. The whole park had a run down feeling to it, especially with the ruined tee signs and lots of trash down in the woods.
Other Thoughts: The front 9 of this course makes it worth a stop if you're passing by, but the back 9 is terribly disappointing. Beginners will find the wooded holes challenging, but will get a break at the end of the course. More experienced players will enjoy the challenge and shot selection of the front 9, and be quite bored on the back.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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Telulah Park Review
Pros: This was my first course ever back in 2005 and I'd say it's definitely a good one for people just starting out. It offers a variety of settings, from open holes (the first few and the last few) to wooded holes (the "middle" chunk).
Cons: For me, it got old fast. It can get quite muddy as well. Doesn't seem very "professional" compared to others I've been to.
Other Thoughts: I'd suggest checking it out. I still go to it a lot because it is so close. Just don't get your hopes up for something amazing.
4 of 9 people found this review helpful.
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