3 Helpful / 7 Not
Short but fun
Pros: For what it is, this was a great course. While short, the holes were fun, with plenty of variety. The elevation was used well, as were the natural features.
Cons: No long holes, though that was likley impossible given the small size of the park.
Other Thoughts: Lots of ace chances!
3 of 10 people found this review helpful.
11 Helpful / 1 Not
2nd Of Newberg's Twin Pleasures!
Pros: It sits in a compact little city park but one with lots of elevation changes and mature trees. The elevation alone sets this course apart from most typical little city courses. There's a big map on a sign at the street. Nice pads. There are no tee signs but they're not needed and you can get the distances from the big sign. Lots of ace opportunities. Easy to shot under par. Great little practice course. Great for family or younger players. Pleasant setting, shady.
Cons: No place to really let em rip. No tee signs. Only 9 holes. Not challenging enough for your main course.
Other Thoughts: It's just a great little throw! A couple of fun touch holes. When combined with EY and Champoeg both within 5 miles, this gives Newberg players a nice choice of fun intermediate type courses to choose from. Doktor John from San Diego, CA has played 169 courses rates this among his top 15 favorites. That must say something about this course!
11 of 12 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 8 Not
Awesome 9 hole
Pros: One of the best nine hole courses i have ever been to. The course is well thought out with many hillside changes making it a skilled course.
Cons: You could probably birdie most pins with practice because the course is compact.
Other Thoughts: There is a creek going through the park so make sure your drives go straight. It isn't that deep but, you can't see through it.
3 of 11 people found this review helpful.
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