1 Helpful / 12 Not
Pros: It's a good course played it every day now that im back in fresno. The holes are nice the tees are level. The people are friendly.
Cons: They need to weed whack around the trees.
Other Thoughts: If you ever in fresno play this course.
1 of 13 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 8 Not
worth the money!
Pros: fantastic signs and marked baskets make it easy to get around. it is also all wide open, so it is next to impossible to lose a disc
Cons: it costs $3 to get in the park ($5 if you don't live in fresno), and it doesn't say on the tee map which spot the basket is in.
Other Thoughts: great fun if you're in the fresno area! worth the time and money!
2 of 10 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 14 Not
Woodward Legacy DGC
Pros: challenging, multiple pin locations, short and long holes, concrete tees, nice baskets
Cons: numbers of holes are messed up because they moved hole #8 and every hole after is off by one, hot as hell in the summer, not enough trees
2 of 16 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 3 Not
Fun in Fresno!
Pros: 18 holes with well marked tee boxes and good baskets. has a 9-hole putting course around one of 2 practice baskets just outside of the main course.
Cons: Lots of ground squirrel burrows to contend with so watch the ankles! Park sometimes charges $3 to get in, which is rather bogus. Worth the cost for the fun course though.
Other Thoughts: Had a very nice time playing this course with family on the first day of spring this year. Lots of ground squirrels on the first few holes so watch out! Some of those burrows could hurt an ankle! Neat angles and a good challenge. Went into 18 with an even par score but got the 2 on 18 for an overall -1. A fun day. Check out the bottle cap mosaic on hole 15's tee box. Very cool.
7 of 10 people found this review helpful.
8 Helpful / 2 Not
HOT HOT HEAT!
Pros: Good mixture of long and short holes. Beautiful desert setting. I can throw 75 feet further in Cali than I can in Kentucky. :)
Cons: There is NO shade on this course and on a 100 degree day in the Deserts of California you may not even realize how hot you're getting. My black Aviars didn't stand a chance. Most shots are just straight out in front of you with maybe some rolling hills or a few bushs or tree in the way. There really isn't a lot of variation on left to right OR up and down. Elevation wasn't really utilized. It seems that you're mostly throw straight and flat. There ARE some rolling hills on the course but it seems that walking them is the only way they come into effect.
Other Thoughts: It's a fun course but I wouldn't recomend it in the summertime and I wouldn't drive from to far out of my way to play it.
8 of 10 people found this review helpful.
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