Change of pace
6 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: This course offers a different set of challenges than the original 18 holes. There's a little more length, and a little more room to throw some drives. This is more of a park style layout, so you have to avoid the scattered trees but you have some different options on most of the holes. You'll have to deal with a couple shots that have protected pins and lower ceilings, but you also have some room to try out different shots or throw some rollers.
Improvements seem to be ongoing, I played the course with natural tees and no signage but it appears that the nice concrete tees and good signage are now a positive for the course.
Cons: A couple of the middle holes had long grass that didn't seem like it saw regular mowing, losing discs in the middle of the fairway gets a little old. Most of the other holes have walking paths or ball fields in play, on a nice day this park seemed like it got a lot of traffic on other park uses.
Other Thoughts: Beginners will find this course long, but there's enough room that it won't get too frustrating, errant shots aren't too bad to recover from. More experienced players will find the length here a nice contrast to the more technical 18 on the same property. This course isn't worth going out of your way for on it's own, but when combined with the other 18 it's a great place to play.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The Crooked Creek Pro 9 is a well equipped, fun and challenging course. It plays middle to long distance shots across light to moderately wooded terrain around the perimeter of baseball fields and playgrounds at a Recreation Center. Elevation changes are noticeable on a couple of holes, but not drastic. Not overly difficult, but not and automatic 3 on any hole. The tee boxes are concrete, and signs have been posted.
Cons: The other users of the park may be near or on parts of this course. A playground is not far from the third hole. A walking path crosses or comes near others.
Other Thoughts: I don't play a lot of 9 hole courses, and rarely rate them above a 3. This one deserves better, since it is a fairly good quality, and adjacent to another full 18 hole course that is also good overall quality, with a contrast in style. We played on a week day shortly after schools were dismissed, and park was very crowded with children and pedestrians, causing several delays.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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