2 Helpful / 7 Not
Pros: Clear view of each hole. Maps and score card are very helpful and the park is just over all beautiful. Cheap to get into too!
Cons: I see no cons at all.
Other Thoughts: You need to check this course out if you live near by.
2 of 9 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 1 Not
You need to play this Course
Pros: Very well cared for park/course, as clean and clutter free a course as you will find. Also a real diverse blend of hole types. (Long open, L to R, R to L, Uphill, Downhill, blind shots, fast greens etc.) We ran into Park Maintenance mowing some of the course and found them very accomadating to the disc golfers (He actually waited until we had played the hole to run the mower down the fairway)
Cons: not easy to find the parking lot for the first tee. We did not ask directions at the front gate - Also be sure to ask for a scorecard when you enter the park
Other Thoughts: Course is too far from my house to play often but I would gladly take the road trip again
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: A very deverse course. Lots of nice holes. Very well taken care of. One of the most well taken care of course I have played. The park it's self was nice. They have a food and drinks avaliable on the course. Just a course everyone should try.
Cons: It's busy!
Other Thoughts: The one con had it's up side. There was a lot of hot women running and biking and playing. they put alot into this course. They named ever hole and the short ones have ace plaques. Again it is worth any drive to play.
2 of 7 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 3 Not
Really good course
Pros: Nice big course. Good mix of open fairway and obstacles. Good layout, signs are helpful, good parking.
Cons: The 4-5 holes in a row in the woods on the back 9 are a bit of a chore, but once you get out of the woods you have the wide open beautiful view to greet you.
3 of 6 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 0 Not
nice public park course
Pros: Very well maintained, Nice mix of holes-open, wooded, dog legs, some OBs, elevation adds flavor, some challenging tree obstacles (esp. those big ole pines!) Great use of park spaces that really don't interfere with the other folks in the park, Fairways are open-more so on the long holes, Most wooded fairways are still pretty clear, Signs are great, Some second tees are set up (but not as well marked), Bring the camera- lots of photo ops here (esp. skyline vista #7)
Cons: Pay to park, Tricky to find the parking area for first tee- its all the way on the other side of the park from the main entrance, a fairly long drive at 15 m.p.h., A few holes are a walk from the last basket -first timers can get turned around
Other Thoughts: Really nice course, can't wait to go back, hope I can get my drives over 250' by then! Make sure to ask for a score card at the little booth pay to park thingy, the map on the card helps to navigate the first time out. The park may not be the most secluded course, but the use of space makes you feel separated from the rest of the park-for the most part, The lawns/grass at this place- just awesome.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
8 Helpful / 1 Not
Worth the trip from PA
Pros: This place is great! Lots of long holes, couple of short holes, l to r, r to l, elevation changes, etc... everything is here. There is an opportunity to use all of your shots. The perfectly manicured fairways on some of the long holes just beg for you to throw rollers. Heck, there is even a snack shack after hole eleven that sells ice cream and such. Great scenery and other things to do (gardens, bird sanctuary, play grounds) for non golfers in your family. Update- There are alternate tees listed for some of the holes, but they are hard to find and typically make the holes shorter rather than longer. Alternate baskets were added to a few holes this year.
Cons: Pay to play($3-4) is the only downfall, but it does keep the park in beautiful condition.
Other Thoughts: I've played over thirty courses in 5+ states and this is in my top five. You can park on the street near the Marco Polo restaurant if you want to skip the fee, but I only recommend this if you are a repeat visitor.
8 of 9 people found this review helpful.
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