Great 4 hole course
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: This course only has 4 holes, but these 4 are really fun to play. Its a great place for beginners to learn as there isn't much traffic through the park, and not many trees. Travelers is always mowed and perfect for play. Landscape is slightly wooded, but mostly open. Alcohol is allowed if you are of age. There is a water pump fountain but I would not recommend drinking out of it. Bathroom is clean. Plus pavilion and grills on grounds. Swing set and baseball diamond are out of play. Free to play.
Cons: Short course but good for what it is!
Other Thoughts: The UW-Whitewater course gets really over grown in the summer and its a nice break to play in a well-kept and more open park.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Welcome Travelers Park
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The course plays clockwise through a small 8 acre Jefferson County Park. The county looks like it takes good care of the park and it was nicely mowed when I was there.
The baskets are nice Mach baskets and look fairly new.
The tee areas were marked with short 4x4 posts in the ground with the hole number marked on them.
The course is very easy to navigate. Hole 1 starts by the parking lot. The course plays clockwise around the open space.
Good use of the trees on the course.
Cons: The tees are natural grass. They can be slippery when wet. I doubt this course will get played enough for them to get worn out though.
The course isn't very long and isn't very challenging.
There are more areas of the park where some additional holes could have been added, but it seems the ball field would have come into play.
Other Thoughts: There is a restroom on site.
Trash cans and recycling cans on site.
Picnic shelter with grill and picnic tables.
2 swings, ball diamond and backstop and open green space.
It is a nice area to warm up on before you play the course at UW-Whitewater.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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