For the Walk
1 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: Nice walking path in a beautiful old growth forest.
Cons: Had to walk a half mile or more to find the first tee. Signs and throwing mats were missing. One throwing mat was so slippery with slime there is no way anyone could throw from it. Holes were just cut into the rough of the woods with little thought. Clearly designed by a non disc golfer.
Other Thoughts: Only drive here if you are anal about playing all the courses in an area. Absolutely not worth it otherwise.
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 14 Not
Worst Course EVER
Pros: There are nice tee grounds, that seem durable, and seem to not be slippery when wet.
The tee's are nice and new.
Also, easy to navigate.
Many blackberries to eat while you look for your disc in the weeds
Cons: EVERYTHING BUT THAT.
The course seems to be made by plowing through a very thick wooded and weedy area. If you cannot throw it in this plowed area, you are screwed. The course is very short, and easy to overthrow many drives (and then go into the woods).
The biggest downfall with this course is the design. It favors fore-handers, and does not allow for very great drives. You will find that you have to lay up on a couple of holes to have a decent score (esp 9). If you play without a fore-caddy to watch your discs, you will probably loose one, or spend way too much time looking.
On hole 6 you have to throw over the the 5th holes tee.
Poison ivy is also a problem.
Other Thoughts: Worst course ever. I would rather play the other Mundelein course that is in an open field.
Also... tons and tons of mosquitos...
6 of 20 people found this review helpful.
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