4 Helpful / 0 Not
Two top quality baskets (red band = long, yellow band = short) per hole. Two practice baskets located next to parking lot, equidistant between tees-1 and baskets-18.
Two top quality 4'x12' concrete teepads per hole. Signs with distance information at each teepad.
Quite flat. Long-to-short and short-to-long fairly similar.
Course plays next to the woods and water forming the border of a very nice and well maintained multi-purpose park. The course skirts the woods, and only plays near the water on a couple (#8 and #9 fairways) of holes. The views of the water (fairways 8, 9, 12, basket 14) are quite nice.
Course is dead flat. Holes are open in their near entirety, at times needing to miss a couple of large tree trunks, typically early or mid flight. Most holes are either dead straight the whole way, or require a bid of left fade at the end, although a few holes have mandos to force right mid-fairway turns. Errant throws are not severely punished, unless you find the water, or penetrate into the dense treeline forming the park border.
Navigation: The online map makes navigation automatic. Fairly simple even without it - course plays in a clockwise around the edges of the park, the only "long" walks being - practice baskets to tee-1, basket-9 to tee-10, and basket-18 to practice baskets.
A bit off the beaten path, but a pleasant play in nice surroundings. If technical/tight is your preference, don't bother, but if 225'-350', flat, mostly open with a few trees to miss appeals to you, pay a visit.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: well maintained course.
pads are all concrete.
challenging holes on 8 and 9
Cons: the only con i can come up with is that it is overly easy to lose discs on holes 8 and 9 as they go out on a peninsula
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 3 Not
Great Beginner's coure
Pros: Flat course. Almost no trees. This course is reminiscent of a golf course. Has 2 Baskets and 2 tee pads on each hole. White pads to yellow baskets is the short course and red pads to red baskets is the long course. Can play four courses. also fast play with three people shorts can be finished in 1hr 20 minutes. Some trees so pinging into woods or bad lies doesn't happen. 9 holes have benches. Hole 8 is the signature hole. It plays out to a peninsula surrounded by water right on the Currituck Sound. Haven't seen another hole like it yet.
Cons: No trees. Course is very easy. No shade in the summer and no protection in the wind. very far from anywhere. so bring friends.
Other Thoughts: Red to red is a long course that any bomber would love. The wind is fierce out here. In the winter 20 mph is not uncommon and 30- 40 mph is possible.
I have seen disc float on the wind 200 feet and the wrong direction. Will improve your wind game.
2 of 5 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Two tee's, and two baskets for each hole - 4 shots.
decent mix of shots.
few people there; no waiting. people seemed nice.
well maintained, wont lose a disc in the woods, maybe in the water though!
Cons: water hazard on # 8
a lot of open area shots with a slight turn or a bush in the way.
monotonous shots. no variety.
anyone can put baskets up randomly in an open park. no challenge. even from the long tees the distances arent that varying.
Other Thoughts: awesome scenery and not many people. there are playgrounds, cookout areas, basketball courts and much more to do here. can make a day going here and play a few rounds from the different tees/baskets.
4 of 6 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 7 Not
firdt time munden
Pros: Fun course good range of wooded and open. good area to go too not crowded at all.
Cons: can be very windy. The water holes can be tricky in the wind. could use some more elevations
Other Thoughts: would be good if they added some back holes
1 of 8 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Beautiful Open Layout Course
Pros: Great, well kept course in a large open municipal park on the water. 2 concrete tee pads for each hole with good signage at each tee. 2 baskets for each hole and a bench at every back tee and trashcan at nearly every hole. 4 ways to play really give you a lot of choice to play this course, even has a great practice area.
Cons: It's in the middle of nowhere and takes a bit to get there. The bathrooms were locked up? (At least on the #1 tee) I couldn't find any information on the course, besides direcitons anywhere online. Not truely knowing the par was annoying.
Other Thoughts: I'm not kidding when I said that it is in the middle of nowhere. That being said however, this is a great course and well worth the drive to play, and I am very glad I did.
There is no real elevation, and no true wooded holes. The open layout uses trees and bushes with a couple mando routes and OB areas to give you some challenge, and a bad shot by a beginner (me) can still be overcome and get you back into play. If you play the Gold course - rear tees to long baskets, it will give you some good distance to try and overcome. Wind can be a great factor here but it wasn't too bad the day I played.
I didn't need a map to get around, however there is a good portion of the park that must be traversed to get from the front to the back 9.
#8 would be the signature hole, and when windy could be very dangerous especially when playing the rear tees on this long hole as it is set close to the water.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
9 Helpful / 1 Not
Scenic Rural Waterside Course
Pros: Setting, tee pads
Other Thoughts: Setting is the key appeal of Munden Point. Though technically in Virginia Beach, the course is actually in the still rural southern area of Virginia Beach, a mere four miles from the North Carolina border. The course plays through a perfectly maintained city park in this rural area and sits upon the beautiful and undeveloped North Landing river. So while the water is only a factor on holes 8 and 9, the river is in view for most of the course and the view is completely natural - water and marshlands, no houses or other signs of development. In terms of setting and natural beauty, Munden Point is one of the best disc golf courses I've visited.
The course itself, however, is a bit on the easy side. While the course features nice concrete teepads, it's not particularly long, even from the pro tees, and is mostly open, though bushes and trees provide some challenge on most holes. This park looks fairly new, and lots of young trees and bushes are in play on the course, so perhaps in five or ten years the course will be considerably more challenging. The course does have two particularly long holes, and a couple of holes that are not entirely straight shots, but overall it's a par 3 course and good players will probably break par, even from the pro tees. Munden Point is well worth the drive and the effort, though; it's a beautiful course in a beautiful part of Virginia.
Favorite Hole - #8 - One of the longer holes on the course plays out to a pennisula with the basket at the very end on the river.
9 of 10 people found this review helpful.
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