Very nice 18 in very nice park.
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Nice looking chainstar baskets on every hole. These were all in great shape and caught nicely. The tee pads here were probably the best I've ever seen in about 90 different courses so far. They are huge, level and grippy. They start out about 8 feet wide in the back and flare down to 4 or 5 feet wide in the front. Also every tee pad had a bench on the back part which is a nice bonus. They incorporate the river that runs through the park on holes 1 and 17 which is a cool idea here. There's a decent amount of elevation here as well. Nothing too drastic but enough to keep it interesting in spots. There's also a good amount of heavily wooded, moderately wooded and mostly open shots here. The distances also vary nicely on this course. There were two sets of tees on most holes too. The longs being concrete and the shorts being grass/dirt. There weren't signs on every hole but at least half it seemed if not more. Again, like the tee pads here the signs are the biggest and best I've seen to date. They show a nice topographical diagram of the hole layout with hole locations, tee locations, distances and pars. Very informative and easy to spot. The flow of this course was excellent. Hole 1 starts very near the parking lot and 18 ends right next to it. Every hole in between flows nicely to the next hole. Also all the holes keep a safe amount of distance away from each other. All said this is a very fun, well rounded course. It's still new too so it should only get better with time.
Cons: It can get a bit busy it seems but with a course this nice that's to be expected. Other than that this is a really nice course with not much for cons. I could say the short tees would be better with concrete but again I'm sure that's coming eventually.
Other Thoughts: This is definitely worth a trip here if you're in the area. Good challenge for intermediate to skilled players alike. Many things they did here I would love to see new courses do in the future. This one won't disappoint.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Nice mix of shots. Long bombs, short curves, and wooded shots. Long tees are good shots; short tees are short.
Cons: Course can get very busy during peak hours.
About 1/2 are concrete, 1/2 are not.
Other Thoughts: Good course to play if you're in the area.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Overall a relatively calm park course, nice signage and tee pads on the permanent holes (1,2,3,4,5,6,12,13,16,17, and 18). Benches on every hole that I can remember. Nice mix of wooded and open holes with some elevation change (the most notable of which I would say are on 12 and 16).
Cons: Dirt tee pads can get muddy and the hillside on hole 2 can become squishy after rain. The walks between 3-4 and 15-16 can be a bit long. Some players unfamiliar with the course will start on hole 3 causing some confusion.
Other Thoughts: When throwing hole 12 keep in mind the disc can skip a large amount at the bottom. Holes 5 through 13 can be cut off from wind on a calm or moderately windy day as opposed to the other holes.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 7 Not
Pros: Very challening course, long holes, short holes, wooded shots. Overal this is going to be a very good course in the future.
Cons: The only bad thing about this course is that it doesnt have all of its teepads in yet, we have the money just not the people to do it yet.
1 of 8 people found this review helpful.
Wide open spaces
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The course plays through a sprawling multi-use park. There are a handful of holes in the wooded areas of the park that offer some fun technical shots. These are mostly shorter and have a good mix of left and right turning lines. There is some thick underbrush in spots to punish errant drives.
The rest of the course plays in open areas with scattered trees. There is plenty of length on these holes, offering several opportunities to open up and throw longer drives. It seems like the tees and pads are an ongoing process, the concrete pads that were in on a few holes were large and nicely textured, assuming the rest of the holes get that kind of treatment this is a big plus. The signs are in a similar state, mostly not finished, but a few great signs with hopefully more to come. There are next tee markers for several of the walks between holes, always a nice touch.
Cons: The course plays pretty wide open overall, and can feel a bit repetitive. I'm not a fan of tall prairie grass, and it comes into play on several of the open holes here, it adds more frustration than it does legitimate disc golf challenge. There are lots of long walks between holes that break up the flow of your round.
There are dual pin placements, but the current position isn't marked on the sign so you have to walk ahead to scout out the holes despite good signage. There are some spots where walking paths and other park activities are in play, this could be a safety issue on a busy day.
Other Thoughts: Beginners will find this course pretty long, though mostly it's not all that punitive for less accurate throwers. More experienced players might enjoy the chance to rip some long drives, but it doesn't really provide a great overall test of various disc golf skills.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 5 Not
Work in progress
Pros: Long course, with a few challenging holes.
Cons: Only real challenge is the distance. Most holes are just long empty fields with a basket at the end. Only a few actually have obstacles to think about. Also there is a long walk between holes 3 to 4 and 15 to 16. As for the water hazard its barely a hazard. The river is directly in front of the tee pad so it isn't much of a challenge.
Other Thoughts: Other park users don't respect the course and continually walk out in front of golfers. This course is a work in progress so maybe in five years it might be comparable to something like Crystal Lake Park.
2 of 7 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: Nice tees and signs
Good mix of field shot wooded shots and everything in between
Wood chips fairways in the woods
Cons: Can get a little confusing in some parts
No benches or garbage cans
Other Thoughts: Minor improvements can make this course one of the best
If all the tee signs were like they are on hole 1 that would be killer good
1 of 5 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: Variety of holes: open, enclosed, water hazard. Easy to follow course with opportunities for breaks. Bathrooms located between holes 1 & 2 (porta potty) and also between 3 & 4 (indoor pavilion, when unlocked). Varying ages and levels of players for handicapped leagues.
Cons: High traffic after 4pm, as said above. Can get soggy on holes 1, 2 and 17 after heavy rain.
Other Thoughts: Excited to have this nice 18 hole course in West Bend!!
1 of 6 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 4 Not
Awesome now with full 18
Pros: Good variety of short and long holes, water hazard shots and obstacles. Very easy to find next holes and great scenery.
Cons: Can be really busy after 4pm as the High School is nearby. Still need full signs & concrete pads.
Other Thoughts: Great full design of course. Great variety of long distance and challenging shots. Most end up around 350. Some are shorter with lots of trees and some are 400-475 which can be a challenge to beginners. Overall very fun and great variety. Please pick up your trash !!
3 of 7 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 13 Not
Pros: Long challenging holes that have wind, elevation change and water hazards. With a back area that has more wooded and narrow fairways.
Cons: Needs concrete teepads on all holes. The Club is raising funds to develop the teepads. in time.
1 of 14 people found this review helpful.
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