11 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: as stated before, this course had a variety of different shots. the baskets are tucked away and allow for tough but not too difficult shots. each basket is marked with neon orange tape making it easier to find. the use of the trees, retention pond, and creek worked out very well. the property is quite large and the course is spread out nicely and never compact.
Cons: there were MILLIONS of mosquitos out there, plenty of spiders, and even a few snakes. keep an eye out and wear some bug spray!! unfortunatly i didnt wear any and it was almost unbearable. keep an eye on the creek along a few holes because it looks like it could eat a disc or two. as of now, the tee boxes are dirt with some stumps in them. someone in my group almost rolled his ankle on one of them when he was driving so watch your footing. also, GET A MAP!!! we had one and it was still tough on a hole or two to find the basket. It will definatly be better next time now that i know where all the holes are.
Other Thoughts: great job windwood!!! im super excited you guys added this to the community!!
11 of 11 people found this review helpful.
13 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This course has a lot of variety to it. There is elevation, water, left and right turns, woods, open areas, short holes, and long holes. It really has a little of everything to it. The first ten play in a nice wooded section that is very challenging to birdie with bogeys not far away. After that the course opens up a little and lets you air it out.
Cons: As mentioed the course is just barely finished with some redesigns coming. So there are only bricks to to designate the teeboxes and no course markings. This will change after the course has been finalized. There is also some clearing of the paths that still needs to be done. So I wouldn't so it's cart or stoller friendly at all.
Other Thoughts: Northwest Houston has been lacking courses for a while. Until this last summer the closest free option was Agnes Moffitt. Now with this 18 coupled with Wortham and Northside some nice courses are popping up. Even if you don't live close, it's worth the drive.
13 of 13 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: Great new course...It is still being built, in fact we talked to one of the builders out there working. Only played the front 9, but course seems challenging. Front 9 is in and out of the trees and crosses a creek that has a pretty steep edge. Hole 8 is a fun hole with a long shot back over the creek.
Will play the full course very soon!
Cons: Course is still new, builder said he "finished" only a few weeks ago. Be sure to get a course map before you start playing as the tees might be a little tough to find.
4 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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