Not terrible, not great...
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: 9 hole course spread around a city park, out in the boonies.
9 Chainstar baskets, all in good repair, and all caught well. No problems here. Baskets are in year round.
Navigation is pretty simple. Each tee pad is marked with a large rock, each of which contains hole number, distance, and a rudimentary map of the hole, all contained in a large shamrock. There's no doubting the Irish influence here!
A little bit of elevation comes into play, starting at hole 3. Most of the elevation is downhill, though...which is kind of a bummer.
Cons: The tee pads here are terrible. 4' long (maybe), concrete, and kind of raised about the ground around it. You're basically throwing a standstill, or a very truncated run up. I have to think a lot of people just tee off to the side of these.
All the holes are pretty wide open, with a few just having a few trees as obstacles. They're all in the same distance range, generally around 220-290', which can get a bit monotonous.
Other Thoughts: Not a bad little city park 9 hole course, especially for how far out in the boonies it is. You won't ever set your navigation for here to play, unless you're bagging courses, or happen to be driving by.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 7 Not
If your in the area, give it a try.
Pros: Well laid out.
Good elevation changes.
Course well maintained except for tees.
Tees easy to find. Just look for the boulders.
Could be more wooded.
Other Thoughts: Good place to take girlfriend, wife or beginners. Offers fair challenge.
2 of 9 people found this review helpful.
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9 holes of a four leaf clover
Pros: -very cool tee signs. rocks with # and yardage on a painted three leaf clover
-nice little elevation changes
-friendly family park
-Irish pub right across the street
Cons: -dirt tee pads
-nine holes, of course
-out in the middle of nowhere
-on the short side
Other Thoughts: Such a cute little nine hole course in the middle of nowhere Wisconsin in an Irish town. Most of the park is actually this disc golf course, and a fairly fun time for a nine holer. The personal touch of huge rocks as tee markers gives this place a great vibe. Small elevation changes, and surprisingly a few technical holes.
This course sits on Highway 83, which if made into a day trip can include four or five other courses in the area, including a couple nine hole gems. Worth a peak and a play.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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