Grants Pass (Wolf Creek), OR 
Wolf Creek Park Share
Uploaded By: dg_hudlow Hole #1
3 / 142ft. Par / Distance:
#1 get ready to cross the creek



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Didn't Live Up To It's Name!

1    8/13/2013   8/20/2013
Review By: The Valkyrie Kid
Played: 684  Reviewed: 636  Exp: 36.4 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: It's really not fair but in my small mind, I had always thought "Wolf Creek" would be kind of a special course. Just the name, I guess? Wolf Creek! Unfortunately, it was just another average state park course. $4 to enter and not maintained real well. The baskets are the famous "Hornings Hideout" truck rims used throughout Oregon. They all catch well enough although these are some of the oldest that I've encountered. The pads are natural with a front board. They're often very difficult to locate.
# 1 and 4 both throw across the creek. They're just easy little pitch and putt throws, though. And then you walk across the creek which was no problem here in August. The creek was barely a trickle. What would you do in April when there is actually water flowing?

# 2 is a cool downhill ACE run although I wasn't exactly sure I ever found the tee box. I just threw from the most logical looking open area.

# 4, the hole throwing back across the creek, was once a nice little ACE run, is now so overgrown, that your only throw is a short tomahawk into the brush near the basket.

There are restrooms available and there were no campers here mid-week in the middle of August.
Cons: Not well maintained.
Overgrown.
Just a pitch & putt.
No signs.
Natural tee pads hard to find.
$ 4
Navigation issues.

Other Thoughts: Although Wolf Creek is right off of I-5, I'm not sure I'd even recommend it as a break on your drive up or down I-5. Yes, it's great for the serious course bagger but everyone else will probably be disappointed in the Wolf.

Wolf Creek plays more like a kitten than a wolf.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Needs love

6/22/2008   7/30/2008
Review By: dg_hudlow
Played: 16  Reviewed: 5  Exp: 8 Years
4 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: Holes 1 - 4 Short, ace possibility, in nice forest and stream setting. Super nice hosts that have maps available.
Cons: To get to good holes you must cross the creek and that can only be done in summer. Also holes 5 - 7 are open field, unmarked tees. Holes 8 & 9 are awkwardly placed in the middle of campsites.
Other Thoughts: Pay to park. Be ready to cross the stream and wonder around looking for tees.

4 of 8 people found this review helpful.


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