2 Helpful / 0 Not
~ Ten technical holes in a wooded park
~ Mid range & putter round friendly
~ Free to roam and never crowded
~ Small park ideal for quick rounds
~ No tee signs or numbered baskets, navigation would be very difficult without a printed course map
~ Course needs some maintenance & attention
~ Natural tees are in mediocre condition
~ Metal tee indicators have no signage & there appears to be some numbered wood tee markers that don't jive with the course layout creating confusion
~ Location is out of the way and the park doesn't offer much besides disc golf so you are most likely driving here for one and only one reason
Played two rounds on an Autumn afternoon and wasn't too impressed initially, however my attitude become more positive as we played on. No doubt the course has been neglected and some long overdue attention and upgrades would be extremely beneficial. Moderate to heavily wooded all 10 holes require precise technical throws as well as some luck to avoid the trees. You are not going to bomb drives out here, but it's challenging for your mid ranges and putters. Sometimes it's nice to just be able to pull out a few discs, leave your bag in the car and play.....that is what Wildwood offers here. I doubt it ever gets crowded and many of the holes are unique and fun.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: **They Have made really nice changes to this park. They have added an extra hole between what use to be 2 & 3. The Different tees are now better Defined . Changed some tee posistions
Very fun technical coarse. 9 Holes in all with multiple tees on most.
Hole 9 is the best on this course ,and the longest. Plays from the gazebo across the big field in the middle which is sometimes flooded out.
Hole 2 use to be the best . Forces to throw a long drive , As low as 6ft to avoid hanging tree branches.
Cons: Plays close to traffic. Rain can sometimes flood the park making new water hazards. Signage is old and outdated. No tee pads .
Other Thoughts: . Parking lot becomes a factor on several holes. The street becomes a factor on the others. Most of the second tees are hard to find. I really like the new long tee for 5
playground pavilion and baseball field.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 0 Not
Fun little course
Pros: A nice park to develop your short game accuracy. The abundance of large trees makes the course both challenging and scenic. Nine holes that can be played in a short amount of time without being a "gimme" course. Tucked away but not hard to find.
Cons: If you're looking to air out some bombs in your afternoon, this won't fit the bill. The more densely wooded holes could be frustrating for some beginner players.
Other Thoughts: As a newer player, I thought this was a fun little course. The course becomes easier to navigate if you follow the arrow markers on top of each basket that point toward the next tee. It was quiet and clean, and used its limited space very well. If you want to challenge your short game, or don't have a huge arm, this might be right up your alley. Have fun.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 0 Not
A Nice 9 Holer
Pros: A wonderful 9 hole course that challenges placement and short game. Trees are plenty with a creek coming into play on 2 holes. Hole 6 has a hanging basket.
Cons: The course layout does get confusing at times. The park does get busy in the afternoons and evenings, so watch out for walkers/kids/picnickers/baseball players. Some shots cross over the road so you'll have to watch out for cars as well.
Other Thoughts: Overall a nice course to start beginners on. Course is well maintained by a disc golf fanatic. Course is also great for just throwing an ultimate disc.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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