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Beautiful Wooded Course
Pros: -great variety of throws required- some holes move to the left, some move to the right, some require a very straight shot and some are more forgiving. In hole 10 the fairway is between a bunch of perfectly placed spruce trees that you have to shoot between
- the design of each hole seemed unique and interesting interesting. White spruce definitely has the wow factor (never boring)
- two well marked tees with signs for each hole. The tees are gravel which is not perfect but definitely usable. ( a map of the course is still necessary ) My group and I were a little confused on finding the tee for #14 but it was our first time playing this course.
- the flow of the course was great, each tee was logically place near the previous basket (there were maybe 1 or two times we had to walk a little bit to get to the next tee but they were nice walks). Hole 9 leads back to the parking lot before you get to hole 10 in case you need to drop something off at your car.
- there is a port-a-potty on site in the parjing lot
- there are lots of benches and picnic tables dispersed throughout the course in case you need a rest
- although the course is mostly wooded, there are some more open holes. The open holes all have some twist to them so they are not just straight shots whether there are trees you have to navigate or protected baskets etc
- good use of elevation. on some of the holes you can only see the tops of the baskets because they are placed down a small hill. Some of the baskets are placed across small ravines etc
Cons: The only con of the course could be that it is too short which is fine for me, but it might not be a professional tournament level course because of that fact.
Other Thoughts: My group and I had played three courses in Canada that day, Toronto island, Bronte Creek, and Spruce park. Spruce Park was definitely the best.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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Pros: Every hole feels different. There are pins in front, on top and at the bottom of hills. There are both long holes requiring strong arms and short tight technical holes through trees with lots of birdie potential.
Most holes are naturally sheltered from the rain.
Well maintained, lots of gravel and wood chips.
A beautiful hike that gives you a good physical workout up and down the hills.
Cons: The foliage is pretty but hides discs in the summer.
No concrete pads to throw from.
Slippery footing in the winter walking up and down the hills is dangerous for some.
Once you've played it a few times you may find it any easy course because of the number of birdie holes.
An understandably busy course.
Other Thoughts: I could play this course all day and not get bored.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Pros: I love this course. Its a great hike, beautiful park, awesome layout, some perfectly designed holes, ams and pro tees. Great signage. Amazingly maintained. A wonderful variety of open and wooded holes. Baskets are in great shape.
Cons: Not too much to say here... Some of the walks between holes are a little tricky at first. Some might not like that its a bit short.
Other Thoughts: We used to play this course for entire days, arriving at 10am and playing until the sun went down. Never ceased to entertain us. Every hole has something you'll remember it for. This is the best maintained course I've ever played.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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