Needs Some Work
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Numerous opportunities to let the driver rip because most of the holes are just out in the open.
Cons: No signage, i.e., yardage, many tees are not labeled at all (yet?), no diagrams or directions from hole to hole.
The pairs of tees are not sufficiently different to really call them separate holes.
Other Thoughts: I'm guessing that they're still working on the course and that improvements will be made compared to the way I played it today.
If you're in the Lafayette area, Murdock Park is a much better option.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Not a 4 star course
Pros: Good beginner course with nice baskets and rubber tee pads. Facilities are nice if don't mind being hit in the face with some jesus.
Cons: Small park with too many open holes. This course will not challenge advanced players. The nice elements of the park ,pond/woods, are not well utilized. The one long hole(#9/18) is wide open, 200ft wide with zero trees(look at the picture).
Other Thoughts: If your just learning the sport this would be a great place to practice. For more skilled player this course will get boring quick. Its a nice little park its just too bad they didn't bring in a experienced course designer to help them with the layout. I do agree with the last reveiwer that public are made to feel welcome. I was given a map/score card without question or comment.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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