New Braunfels, TX 
Prince Solms Park Share
Uploaded By: Bevo Hole #1 (Taken 4/2009)
3 / 269ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #1 Basket to Tee



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 Found Disc

1    11/6/2013   11/6/2013
Review By: zwalters
Played: 12  Reviewed: 1  Exp: 1 Years
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: good location, cool river. Hardly anybody is ever there playing. Summer time is different story, good luck finding parking
Cons: no tees
Other Thoughts: I found a white innova valkyrie in the river. No phone number just initials. If it's yours tell me your initials!

0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 About right for the river

1    5/25/2009   5/25/2009
Review By: shawn_l
Played: 29  Reviewed: 15  Exp: 5.5 Years
9 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This course is as good a job as anyone could do given the space, vegetation, structures, roads, and terrain.

The course is very basic, without being vanilla. So if you're a 400 foot drive kind of guy, work on your midrange and putt here. If you're a newbie, this course will provide all you need.

At the OLD course sign, which is at the entrance to the park and close to the baskets for #, there was a NEW course map, though it had fallen over. Take a look at it to find your way.

Since it's a maintained park, there's no problems with undergrowth. The baskets are very brightly painted, so they're easy to see.

The tee shots on 1, 4, 7, and 8 are interesting. While the others may be boring, the basket placement is really well done on almost every hole.

#9 for instance is tucked into some crepe myrtles. #6 is backed up to a (thankfully shallow!) part of the river. #2 and #4 are backed up to the drive around the park, so if you play the road as OB then it will test you a bit.

If you're an advanced player, challenge yourself to shoot an 18 here. It's possible. If you're an amateur, this is a course where 27 is possible without boring you - you'll be challenged but not overwhelmed! For the novices, they can have fun, try and shoot under 36, and get a good feel for the game.

Parking is plentiful, and there are restrooms just across the bridge over the #6 tee. This IS on the river, of course, so there's plenty to do and see.
Cons: No real useful signs up at the tees as of Memorial Day 09. About 6 of the holes have very short (but brightly painted) markers that are 6 inches tall. For the other three you have to look for the yellow stakes in the ground, which are at every hole.

#6 is a tough tee to find. It's across the street from 5, down the hill, behind the concrete winding bridge people take to cross the river.

People must walk through the park to get to the tubin', so you're going to be interrupted as you play. Holes 1, 2, 4, and 8 are all pedestrian crossing holes when it's busy.

I think this'd be a fun little course if you played it on a non-holiday. So don't let the foot traffic worries keep you away.
Other Thoughts: Some new signs with the info the old signs had would be really great here.

LOOK at the photos on the site here, and make a little sketch of the "updated as of 08" course map on this site. It will save you a bunch of time when you go play.

The one sentence breakdown is this: the course is basic, but not boring. You can have fun playing this course!

9 of 9 people found this review helpful.


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