Short and sweet
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Nice small town park setting. Concrete tee pads. Adequate tee signs. Nice # of fully grown trees for shade and obstacles. Park was maintained well. Bathrooms on site. Benches and other playground equipment in park. Trashcans on course. Creek comes into play on 2 if you overshoot, along 3, and again on 4. Course flow was simple, one after another.
Cons: Playground equipment was near a few holes (4 and 5) and there were a lot of kids in the park when I was there, so I had to temporarily skip those holes. Lack of elevation. Didn't look like there was any room to expand course.
Other Thoughts: Though mostly a shorter course, it had one longer hole to air it out on, but a risk reward type hole due to the creek (hole 3). Course had a couple of really nicely thought out holes (4 and 7). 4 being a slightly longer hole, with a left to right shot that starts open, but squeezes you in the closer you get to the hole, and don't forget about the turn in the creek there too, it'll eat discs from what I hear. 7 is a shorter hole, but the pin is protected fairly well by a few large tall trees, and a medium sized flowering tree (looked like a flowering tree) that blocks the straight approach. This leaves you with several options, left to right, right to left, or you could try to slip a tommy or thumber in (that's what I did). I enjoyed the park and hope to return to better my scores.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 0 Not
Wapsi is no whoopsie
Pros: About 5 miles south of I-80. 7x3 concrete teepads. New DGA baskets and tee signs. Freshly mowed fairways. Creek borders right side of holes 3 and 4. Trash cans on 3 holes. Nice bench behind #7 tee box to relax for a minute. Bathroom in park. No termites (casuals) when I played.
Cons: No elevation change. Skeeters were bad as course is along low lying area next to creek.
Other Thoughts: This course provided for a fun, easy round. Hole # 7 was my favorite hole--a short tunnel type shot with the option of LHFD flick shot. Moderate use of mature trees as obstacles. Also uses outfield ballfield fence as OB on one hole. Worth a stop here if driving along I-80.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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