4 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: the first 2 holes make getting through trees a big challenge hole 7 is wide open so you can really air out some long drives and the back 9 otherwise known as "birdie alley" lets you make up for all the tree love you will get on the first few holes.
restrooms on site werent bad at all playground close by and all the locals seem to really be helpful and friendly
Cons: hole 17 and 18 can eat a disc fast if mis thrown so be prepared to go swimming hole 1 should be listed as a par 3 instead of a par 4 even from the short tee
the back 9 can turn into swamp lands after a good rain but it looks like they are trying to fix that
on weekends this place is packed and weekday afternoons get busy as well
Other Thoughts: all in all this is a course that while it might not be the premier course in the dallas area it is a course that everyone should try at least once very fun course and have a blast everytime i play there you can easily make this a 36 hole course just by playing from both sets of tees
i consider this course to be my home course
4 of 6 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Mesquite uses these bright yellow poles with a red ball on top to mark their baskets, and it's great. Easy to see from a distance, makes courses flow really well. They put a sticker with par, distance, which tee your at and a general arrow pointing to the hole. Tees were all the bright yellow Innova baskets so easy to fine. Baskets are in great shape, couldn't be too old with very little graffiti. Great course flow, Good shot variety.
Cons: Poor drainage, we played after a rain the day before and we had more mud on our shoes than we could handle. A couple tee pads are in low spots, so mud flowed up over them and made them extremely slick, but according to a local the mud is common for Mesquite. A few holes around 15-16 got really close to some houses next to the park.
Other Thoughts: Great course, lots of variety in the shots needed, poor drainage. If it rained recently, pick another place to play, a local told me Lake Lewisville is usually really good after a rain (and it's a great course as well)
3 of 6 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 1 Not
Just Plain Fun
Pros: Very easy to navigate even for the 1st timers, and from either teepad.
Well marked concrete teepads for both blue and white tees.
Water comes into play, however during dry summer not really an issue.
Holes 8-14 is in woods, however they are pretty open and easy to drop your score on these holes.
Nice pavillion with lots of tables.
Nice small playground for kiddos.
Lots of shade.
Driving range is a cool touch.
Cons: Not sure all of the measurements are correct. I normally throw max 315-330, and on 8 it states 375 from the white tee. I overthrew the basket on both rounds. Some of the others seem off by a bit, but I was not walking around with a measuring device either.
Parking was fine, however I can see how this could be an issue on busy days.
Scary to wonder how bad this place can flood during rains. There is a flood gauge between 4-5 that shows 6 feet depth.
Other Thoughts: Fun course. I played pushing my kids in a double jogger and flew through the course. Played for 30 min at playground, then played another round.
Easy to get to, great park, and some really friendly players there. Fun times
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
First Time @ Paschall
Pros: Clean concrete tee pads with dual locations
Nice quality signs
Quiet and not crowded
Mix of trees and open shots
Water on several holes
Restrooms and water fountain
Plenty of parking
Cons: Bad drainage in many areas
No elevation changes throughout course
Some holes lack challenge, especially from the short
Other Thoughts: Hole one is labeled as a par 4, even from the short pad. It should definitely be a par 3.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 1 Not
a pretty fun course
Pros: This is a clean and safe park that is well maintained by the city parks dept.Every hole is complete with short and long tees along with discatcher baskets and good signage as well.
There are plenty of good ace opportunities if you can throw it straight
The course flows easily enough,but there is a map located on the bulletin board near the parking lot.
Restrooms and water fountain are located at the picnic pavilion between the parking and hole #1( you will pass these and the bulletin board on the way to the first tee)
The driving range next to #7 is a great and unique feature that makes this course stand out a little
Cons: Almost every hole can be reached with a straight flat shot, the longs change this a little but mostly add just length.
If it has rained recently forget about it.At least 75% of the course turns to mud and puddles.
In the summer and fall the mosquitoes are terrible due to all the standing water around the trees along the back nine,
Other Thoughts: Holes 4,5,7,17,18 all border the creek. It can get pretty windy on the more open front nine but the trees keep it calm on the back
There are two large parking lots(and a few spaces near the first holes) parking can get bad due to the popularity of this course by DGers and non-golfers alike.
#2's basket doubles as a practice basket
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Another great course in DFW
Pros: -Nice message board with score cards
-Nice multiple concrete tee pads
-Nice signage with all hole info
-Trash cans on most holes
-Nice mixture of short and long shots
-Very cleaned and well maintained
Cons: -Can get very muddy after a good rain
-No practice basket
-Lots of mosquitos
Other Thoughts: This is another great course in the DFW area. I drove from Fort Worth to play this course and it was well worth the drive. I will be back to play it again.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Challenging holes. Nice clean park. Great location. Lots of ace runs. Plenty of parking around the course.
Cons: Not a good place when people want to have a picinic lunch right in the fairway. Some of the park visitors have no clue of what is going on.
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 1 Not
How Far Can You Sling One?
Pros: This is a fantastic course with lots of tunnel type drives and accuracy shots. The woods were used to perfection. The course is not overly challenging but fun just the same. They have put in a excellent baskets and cement tee pads. The signs are excellent and the layout of the entire course is challenging. This course even boasts a rarity, a driving range. It is well marked and logically placed next to the parking lot. The course is so well maintained that wood chips have even been dispersed to help control the mud after a rain.
Cons: There is little to complain about at this place. There was no sign of a restroom. There is very little elevation on the course.
Other Thoughts: The fun factor was great. The holes were fun and the course was a blast even as most of the course was flat. I will most certainly be going back there. It was a real treat to play.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Well worth the drive from Wylie
Pros: As a beginner I really enjoyed playing this course. The baskets are well marked and visible from the tee. There are just enough trees on some holes to help you work on your skills, not a lot of brushy woods like other courses. This course will make you think about your approach. Other holes allow for long open drives with a few water hazards.
Cons: Course gets muddy after a good rain. Some signs are not quite accurate
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 1 Not
Mesquite keeps on winning
The city of Mesquite continues to install new courses with high quality equipment. Nice large sized concrete tees on both long and short tee pads. Sweet dual chain Discatcher Pro baskets are easy to see from a distance. Tee signs include an individual map of each hole and are located on high visibility yellow posts. The course boasts a nice variety of lefty vs. righty holes. The maintenance of this course is evident by the grounds conditions, there was minimal trash and wood chips had been placed down over muddy areas. Recently installed foot bridges make crossing the creek much easier. The Blue tee on #5 is a great tricky hole for RHBH... throw the risky big anny and risk the creek, or a forehand flick, or run the gauntlet of trees. Restrooms and water fountain by parking lot at Hole #1.
No significant elevation in play. The distance posted for hole #10 is not accurate the basket is much closer than the listed ~400'. Perhaps the basket was moved up after the signs were printed to minimize conflicts with #11 tee pads. Several of the baskets are too close to the subsequent tee boxes such that they endanger players teeing off on the next hole. There is a creek that will eat some discs for bad throws on #7, #17, and #18 and to a lesser (or shallower) degree on #4 and #5. Basket #2 is pretty close to a children's playground so be wary of throws in that area. Parking lots are somewhat small and could fill on busy days.
I played on a week night and the course was really busy with a mixture of casual and serious players. I was playing solo and had no problems playing through several groups. This was a fun course to play and I would easily play it again if I was in the area. Props to Mesquite, keep up the good work!
7 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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