Easy quick round
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Very well maintained park. Long concrete tee pads. Very well made baskets. Overly generous par that will make you feel good.
Cons: Only 9 holes. Old growth trees, but very little for obstacles. Lots of open fairways. Walking traffic could be an issue at times. No real elevation change or obstacles except some trees.
Other Thoughts: Very well maintained course and well marked. Good for beginners. Fun for the more experienced. Tee pads are awesome and the homemade baskets are better than some from companies. Course is marked in a way that it looks like it is going to be an 18 hole. I would bump the rating a little with more holes and if the other holes offered some different challenges. With the current nine hole layout I had no need for a variety of shots. Good to play if you are in the area.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Well maintained, easy to navigate. Baskets well placed. Challenging and enjoyable. Great place for quick 9 hole round. Lots of trees to navigate.
Cons: Only 9 baskets at this time. Limited parking. Some par 4s are really long 3s.
Other Thoughts: Go Play!
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Fun course to play.
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: The layout of this course is amazing. It has multiple lines for most of the holes. Plenty of trees for shade. The grounds have always been mowed, the tees are in perfect shape, and the signs are in great shape.
Cons: The baskets are home-made. There are a lot of people walking most of the time. Its only 9 holes. Par for some of the longer holes are a little generous. #9 is considered a par 5. I can throw about 350-400 on a good throw and have took a 4 or better every time I've played that hole
Other Thoughts: They are in the process of making this an 18 hole course but for now it's a very solid 9 hole course. They are clearing the land as of Oct. 2013 for the back 9!!! Just play it twice and you'll fall in love with everything but the baskets.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: This is the best 9 holer I have ever played. You could tell the course was taken care of. To start off the round they have an excellent map. The grass was mowed, the tee pads and signage were in excellent condition. I loved the huge oaks that provided shade as well as obstacles. This wasn't a typical 9 holer where the course is really short. The last 3-4 holes let you watch the disc fly.
Cons: I didn't like the wanna be DISCatcher baskets. They still did catch but I felt like the actual basket was a little small.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 3 Not
Very nice course and park!
Pros: Lots and lots of big Oak Trees! Makes for competitive play and good shade. Par is accurate for each hole - a lot of parks under rate or over rate their par (IMO). Park has on site employees that maintain the park on a daily basis!
Cons: Not a good course to play after a good rain. Gets swampy and mosquitoes are unbearable (not an exaggeration).
Other Thoughts: I spoke with the park attendant and he said that they ARE currently in the works of designing the layout for the next 9 holes.. YES, it will be an 18 hole course. He said they also plan on having tournaments in the future hosted by big local corporations such as 3M and Kohler.
I've played courses in (Tx) Corpus Christi, San Antonio, Austin, Cedar Park, Brownwood, and Abilene. Brownwoods' Riverside park is by far one of the most well kept and entertaining parks I've played.
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 10 Not
great course to play regardless of skills
Pros: course lay out is simple to grasp, baskets are in great shape, lots of wooded area to try and navigate. park isnt used for a lot of stuff so course is almost always available for play.
Cons: only nine holes.
Other Thoughts: would be great if they would add more holes to the course.
1 of 11 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 3 Not
Truly a nice setup!!
Pros: Nice layout and fairly well kept. Most holes wide open, but few with challenging basket placement. The trees will come more into play in the spring when the leaves arrive. Overall, a good 9-hole course.
Cons: Only nine holes, but there seems to be talk to expand to 18. The course is placed in what is known as flood zone, so if it has rained steady for a few days, beware. After a good downpour, there will be some standing water, but the course is easily played. Take caution of the walkers around the course as there is a walking path close to the first five holes.
Other Thoughts: Take note where you park within the park, as your vehicle could become a casualty of a stray disc.
2 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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