great short course
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: - excellent baskets, with big yellow number signs on top, easily readable from a distance
- concrete tees
- great holes for birdies, maybe aces too
- excellent course to learn on
- not many places to get into trouble
- frequently mowed
- water spigot at the shelter near #1 tee
- easily navigable even if you've never played here before
- a couple benches near #8 and #4
- good course to boost your morale if you feel like you have been playing badly recently :)
- the short holes are great for beginners
Cons: - not very challenging for advanced players
- tees are too short
- no tee signs (they're not really needed though, as every tee is quite near to the previous basket)
- the bench near #8 is 30' past and to the left of the tee (in danger from a stray shot)
- not very many obstacles
- all short holes, #6 being the longest at just over 300'
Other Thoughts: The brush and tall weeds have been cut down very recently, hopefully a sign of future park improvements. Some day I hope they will add another 9 holes. That would be very nice, and they have plenty of space.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Good Beginner Course
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: It's a good course to learn on. It's always very well maintained. Little chance of getting lost. The Mach 5 baskets are relatively new and very nice.
Cons: Wide open. Short tee boxes.
Other Thoughts: For the more advanced players, the course will serve as good practice for the midrange game.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Nice pitch and putt
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Nice pads. Good baskets. Nice mix of hole length and shot shapes. Very nice park, and not too hard to find. A couple of really nice holes. 7&8 were my favorites; two of the longer holes (still 300' or less), 7 is uphill, 8 is downhill, and they lend themselves to opposite shot shapes. There's a good mix of elevation change; some uphill, downhill, and side slopes. I definitely had fun here, and I'll be back to play it again.
Cons: Tees weren't marked, and there weren't signs with hole information; it was pretty easy to figure out, though (all pads are within 100' of the previous basket, and baskets have big numbers on them that you can read from almost anywhere on the course). (The pictures on here seem to have tee signs, but the weren't there when I played it.) No trash cans specifically for the course, but it doesn't take that long to play that it's a big issue to carry your trash with you. It's a short course. It feels like they sacrificed really good hole design for flow, but that makes it a pretty safe course.
Other Thoughts: It's a very nice beginner course. There are opportunities to add alternate tees or pins, and plenty of land there to add a lot more holes. If you want to get some driving in, no problem; just play a little safari, it's in a pretty open space that utilizes a modest number of trees.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: It's a good fun course. It's short and good for practice. The grass was cut everytime I've been there. Easy to find the holes.
Cons: Could use more trees. I feel like that the tee pads are to short and would like to see signs for the next holes and how far they are.
Other Thoughts: They should out more course around there.
0 of 5 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Short, fun practice/beginner course. Great for kids too. Very flat, with mature trees being the only obstacles. Every hole is a birdie opportunity for more advanced players, with several holes being potential aces. New concrete tee pads and baskets too.
Cons: Very short, and not very challenging for more experienced players. I shot -8 on my first visit to the course.
Other Thoughts: Great beginner/children's course.
More experienced players can focus on going for aces. I will play this course every time I'm in town.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 3 Not
Could be worse
Pros: Holes clearly marked with yellow sigNs, nice land. Easy to get to.
Cons: No baskets or marked tee areas, No starting marker, just kinda go. Lots of potential for a 9 hole course
Not necessarily worth the stop
Other Thoughts: I saw some concrete teepads, so maybe future for this course, my first pole hole course. Not far off I-49
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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