Double Round Day
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Excellent course! We played this course as a second round to the Warwick course. The shorter, on average, fairways were a welcome cool down from the longer bombs from the first course. Nice tight course where there is a stream in play for 1/2 or more of the holes. An amature (like me) may spend some time fishing for a disc or 2 here but the reach is not too bad in any spot. Good turns and obstacles make for a more technical game here and the hole on the top of the cliff was a treat for me!
Cons: There could be an issue with "flooding" in the later spring as the rains pick up, but there are bridges in place in the more wet spots on this course. The Tics are already on the move!
Other Thoughts: Leave early and play both courses this is a beautiful place to wile away a whole day in Disc Golf and Picinic!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Good course deserves more reviews!
Pros: A very fun course, part of a fantastic disc golf park.
Mostly fairly tight, technical, holes with great use of two streams, terrain (lots of ups and downs), and some tough tee placements.
Two, in one case probably three, tee placements throwing to common baskets.
Very reasonable map available on this website - print it before you come!
Planking available in a number of places to help when terrain gets wet.
A very nice course.
Cons: The tee areas were unimproved. Dirt or mud, with mostly (but not always) clear tee lines. Some of the amateur tees (silver), which I played, had very short boxes, and some had roots, etc. running through them.
The walk from 16 to 17 would be basically impossible without a map. It's long, and completely non-intuitive.
Not many garbage cans on the course, perhaps contributing to more litter than on the town course. Nothing too outrageous.
Other Thoughts: I'm not in the habit of writing reviews, as a fairly new player. But, this course deserves more reviews!
I bumped it up probably one notch (3.5 to 4) for being co-located with the main Town Park course, with the in-development Oasis across the street.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
tough and technical
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: variety of elevation, water interwoven on many holes. easy to navigate, course signs were spot on. great for practicing a wide variety of mid range shots, and very challenging for mostly all skill levels
Cons: no trash cans, 17 was a hunt to find
Other Thoughts: great course overall to spend time with my gf. since it is not as intimidating as the animal course, she enjoyed playing the occasional hole, as well as the scenic walk through the dense woods.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Woods are Good
Pros: *Multiple Tee spots creating numerous different shots
*Lots of variety in throws
*Awesome elevation and gullies to throw down and over, especially 7 and 14
*More rugged and secluded than Brakewell/Steele
*Alot of water hazards to play over
Cons: *Can be a little muddy
*You may have to scout for the pin bfore throwing if its your first time there
Other Thoughts: After playing the Brakewell/Steele course which got a little confusing towards the last few holes, we stumbled upon a beat up rubber mat tee spot and hucked our discs from there, we wound up back in Wolfe Woods and decided to skip 18 of Brakewell an play the woods 18. Besides being practically alone compared to the field holes, the shots were all fun and made you wana throw more than just one disc sick chunnels and alot of water hazads are always a good time too, it suprised me that more people weren in the woods than on the field. Great set of 18and look forward to going back soon. Also avoid disc golf players with purple MC Hammer pants and pony tails cuz they'll cut you off while your playing the long tees and theyre sucking it up on the shorts.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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