2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Great all round course for novice and intermediate players. Solid mix of shots, for both right and left handed throwers. Concrete tee pads and good signage incorporated into the tees. The course has been kept up very well the past couple years.
Cons: Course is pretty short, and doesn't offer much for difficulty. Usually very busy/crowded. A lot of "chuckers" rather then golfers.
Other Thoughts: Despite it being a shorter easier course Knoch Knolls is a great place to shake the rust off of your game or work on accuracy. With the solid mix of throws it makes for a great warm up round or lunch break round.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: For a quick 9er, it's not too bad.
I play here a lot. It's only 12 mins from home and doesn't usually require too much digging out of the bush like Oswego
Cons: Too crowded. Too many blind shots for the unfamiliar players. Also, it can be hard to see if people are done with a hole, since it's so crowded, it is an issue
Other Thoughts: Meh.
1 of 5 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: Course has history. Some trees have scars older then most discgo players.
Also has a few short fun technical holes.
Cons: Good practice course cause its short and sweet.
Other Thoughts: Could use another 9 holes and it would be great.
1 of 6 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: good for starters, first course i have ever played, if you dont have a lot of time and you want to get a quick 9 in this is the place to come. scenery is nice and it is very easy to find your way from hole to hole.
Cons: too short, some holes arent laid out very well and you always run into other people
Other Thoughts: come here if your new or need a quick game
0 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Home, semi-sweet Home
Pros: Hilly for the area
Has a nice flow from hole to hole
Even amount of hole that turn right and left
Sort of shaded in some parts
Empty in the early mornings
Cons: Hole 3 eats discs like none other
Scores for everyone fluctuate on this course
Locals are less than nice and have stolen a disc or two of mine
Can be incredibly crowded at some times
Other Thoughts: As my "home" course I would love to tell you that I love it, but I don't. It is a good course to go to if you are close but if you aren't then you are probably wasting your time or trying to play as many possible courses as you can. It is a beginners course and trust me there are plenty of beginners there.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: -Has some nice blind holes due to elevation changes
-Cement Tee Pads built in tee signs
-Good mix of long/open holes and short/tight ones
-Usually well maintained and litter-free
Cons: -Course was packed with kids last time I was there
-Some of the holes are in a wide open field where the wind howls through
-Tee signs are under plexiglass, and set into the left rear of the tee pad, they are slippery and can be a problem if you like to start from that corner
Other Thoughts: -Course favors LHBH or RHFH players
-Drive a little farther and go to one of the fine courses that the Joliet area has to offer.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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