Fun at first then...
Pros: The course is set in a nice, quiet park in a small town outside Green Bay. The baskets are chainstars that are all in solid shape and caught fine. There's a nice large map of the course layout by hole 1, which is nice even though the lay out is fairly easy to follow. The course starts out in the woods with some tough tunnel shots for the first 4 holes, then 3 play along the pond, then it prairie holes for the next 8 with the last 3 playing in wide open fairways back to the parking lot. There's tee signs with a basic hole layout, hole #, par and distance. Nothing great but they're all you really need here. The course is in ground year round and is free to play. The course was well enough maintained and seems like it would never be too busy if at all. There's a peninsula out into the pond that could be a cool tee area if that's your thing too. A little added challenge.
Cons: The prairie holes kill the fun that you have on the first half of the course. The rough is SUPER thick and will gobble up discs, at least in the summer/early fall. I can't believe we didn't lose any. The tees on the back half are basically broken chunks of concrete pieced into pads. They're not terrible but not great either. The course is mostly flat and there are no trees to speak of on the back section of the course. I'm not sure what the construction they're doing by holes 16, 17 and 18 is all about but it kind of messes up the last 3 holes at the moment. Especially 16.
Other Thoughts: This course started out fun and then you get to the prairie and it becomes annoying. Not worth a trip out of your way to play but if you're in the area it's still worth a round. Just stay on the fairway or expect to search awhile. If you're in the area I'd recommend Pinecrest instead. It's not terrible but also not great. Decent. I certainly wouldn't rate this as anything under a 2 though. It's not THAT bad.
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Pulaski Community Park
Pros: Mix of woods and open areas.
Scenic with water and wildlife nearby.
Back 9 has short, concrete T-boxes.
Cons: Some T-boxes hard to find, some baskets hard to find. Signage is very basic.
Front 9 does not have T-areas.
Could not find T area and basket for hole 10. Sign for hole 11 faces wrong way and I did not find basket. Large dirt pile hid basket for hole 17. Dirt fill is being piled around basket for 18.
Other Thoughts: This time of year, there is much water in play areas. Also, looks like in summer, back nine weeds outside of fairways would be tall and wild. Now, winter has knocked those down.
Does not look like this course is played much. Wonder who maintains course? Improvements could be made.
All in all, I had fun playing this course even though I could not completely play it. Much wildlife around including ducks, geese, sand hill cranes, other birds.
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Didn't expect much, still disappointed
Pros: -Tunnel shots in woods were challenging and unforgiving, but fun
-Full map at start of course
-Town nearby with food and gas
Cons: -Signs are basic and not detailed
-No indicators of where the next hole is. Spent several minutes trying to find hole 5. As well, the sign for hole 11 is turned so you can see it, but you throw the opposite way. Skipped hole 18 because I couldn't find the tee.
-Very difficult to find the next tee in various locations
-Most "tees" were either natural (with no indication of where the actual start and end is) or uneven and short slabs of concrete.
-Anytime you go in the knee to waist-high grass, you can expect to spend several minutes searching for it
-Very little variation-woods are all tunnel shots, field shots are all open with grass on both sides
-Lots of water (might be residue from rain, but plants growing in the water indicate it is normal)
-Hole 16 and 17 were unplayable due to construction project.
-Buggy and smells unpleasant
Other Thoughts: Overall, I was hoping for a nice, probably easy, relaxing course. What I found was a frustrating maze of paths, signs that did nothing to add to the experience, and boring holes with little variation (woods being the exception). As well, the construction going on that kept me from playing holes 16 and 17 only added a final straw to the frustrating visit to this course. I could definitely see the course being a decent course if only a little more care would have been put in to create better tees, useful signs, and indications on where to go next for the next hole. As it is, I will not be going back. At least it was fun seeing the grasshoppers flying around as you walk through the grass looking for your disc.
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