Midland, TX 
Windlands DGC Share



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Solid Course

5+    7/27/2014   7/28/2014
Review By: rickbergman10
Played: 6  Reviewed: 3  Exp: 0.6 Years
Pros: Great course that offers a little of everything. It's very challenging and requires an accurate drive on most holes. Best course in Midland
Cons: Fairly wide open however it it not flip flop friendly. You MUST wear shoes or you're going to have a bad time. I've been poked countless times by thorns and I've been bit by ants 3 or 4 times so mind where you set your bag and step. The city seems to not want to cut the grass so it can get annoyingly tall.
Other Thoughts: #16 is a 600 ft par 3 and demands a deep drive. The back is harder than the front mostly because of OB. Lots of OB. #10, #14 and #15 require some serious accuracy. No tunnel shots really. #10 might be the closest thing to a tunnel. Just noticed they put down some alternate pin locations so that's exciting.

Solid addition to WT Disc Golf!

5+    11/16/2013   12/18/2013
Review By: diskritter
Played: 16  Reviewed: 7  Exp: 8.7 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This course is very unique. It is mostly open with a few good sized trees, mostly shrubs and brush under 10' tall. What makes it unique is that it is built on a walking trail that intersects itself tons of time. This creates individual island holes that really stretch your finesse game. There are also a couple of monster bomb holes to just grip and rip. This course is also a great compliment to Cowden park as it doesn't flood when it rains. The course is well designed and has a good flow. Way to go Midessa DGC!
Cons: There are way more pro's then con's, but a few things to note would be, first, that it is built on a walking path. If we hit too many walkers (mostly old people), this course could do bye-bye. Secondly, while it doesn't flood like Cowden, it is on top of a high point in midland which causes it to live up to its name, Windlands. It stays pretty gusty up there. The only other thing would be that there aren't teepads or signs, but I know for a fact that teepads are in the works and should be in soon. Not sure about signs, but they would make navigation infinitely easier.
Other Thoughts: All together a really quality course that should bring some great disc golf action out to West Texas!

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