A trip to Stoughton
7 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Tee pads had rubber mats placed on top of them. This was definitely an upgrade from the dirt tee pads that were there.
Nice signs at each tee that showed hole distance, map of hole, and location of next tee.
Fairways were very well kept.
There was a bench at each tee location as well as multiple trash cans located throughout the course.
Even though hole length is shorter, most holes offer challenges. Trees have been strategically left in the middle of the fairway to create a challenge.
Cons: This course has only one pin location and tee pad on each hole, with the exception of a dual tee on hole 5.
When playing this course, my driver stayed in the bag on most holes. There were no holes that I needed to use a distance driver.
Other Thoughts: It was dry when I played, I do not know if the rubber mats would be slippery when they are wet.
There was a practice basket there a few years ago when I first played this course, but it seems to be missing now.
Walking trails located in park as well.
After parking, walk 1/4 mile down path to first tee. 9th hole location is on the other end of the park. Follow walking path to get back to first tee/parking lot.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The course does make pretty good on room considering there's not much to work with. Fast course,it's good if you happen to be in the area and just wanna run through one real quick when you got the itch. Short holes can be fun. I don't think I busted out a real driver the whole round,just tossing the roc.
Cons: Tight,tight,tight fairways. The place is so damn thick with huge brush plants and extremely muddy paths. As I recall signs weren't really an issue because we could pretty much see every bucket.
Other Thoughts: As you can see,I have only played the joint once so...this is all coming from memory.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: This course was a lot of fun. Great for a quick jaunt in the woods. Very neat tee surfaces!
Cons: Wisconsin got a lot of rain this year which did nothing for this course. There was standing water on alot of holes. The course itself is short and EXTREMELY wooded. Driving can prove challenging, and there is a GIANT fence that closes off a large part of the land in which discs can get lost behind.
Other Thoughts: This course was fun, but only challenging because of the woods and mud. It took us 25 minutes to get through the 9 holes. For a quick walk in the woods, it was pretty nice.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 3 Not
Fun 9 hole course
Pros: Good use of available land. Fun 9 hole course with lots of different shot options.
Cons: Very buggy in the summer. The rough is very thick.
Other Thoughts: This is a fun 9 hole course that will be expanded to 18 hole in the future. It currently has grass teepads until a final 18 hole layout gets established.
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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