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Niles, MI 
Madeline Bertrand Park Share
Uploaded By: DiscChick Hole #14 (Taken 4/2008)
3 / 232ft. Par / Distance:
View from the tee. Straight shot.



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 Good, Old times.

5+    3/23/2011   3/24/2011
Review By: noahrienks
Played: 8  Reviewed: 5
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Very easy to navigate. Nice, ample sized tee pads. Short ace-able holes. Very good course for people wanting to get into the sport. Some of the holes are nice and scenic, and I loved playing this course again due to the fact that I first learned the game at this course. The course is well maintained, and while it is not that challenging, it is refreshing to play a course like this once and a while. There were plenty of trash cans around the course to help keep it clean, and there were plenty of seats for people to sit and rest at the tee pads. Nice pro-shop with a good innova selection, too bad they did not have other brands from which to shop.
Cons: The cost. I have played much, much better courses for free. I would like to see the money made on this course, go back into it, and some improvements made. The course is very short, and you can use your putter the entire round and keep par or better.
Other Thoughts: I love this course for the sentimental reasons alone. I cut my proverbial DG teeth on this course, playing yesterday brought back a ton of memories. It was great to play again.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

 short and wooded

5+    10/16/2009   2/15/2009
Review By: discNDav
Played: 297  Reviewed: 64  Exp: 28.6 Years
This review was updated on 10/16/2009
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Good baskets and cement tees.Discs for sale in the park office. It's a typical Steady Ed course from the mid 80's.

Trash cans are located near almost every tee area. Very clean county park.

Very easy to follow, the next tee is fairly close to the previous basket. No map is needed.


Cons: Not worth the entrance fee, pay to play...
$3 to park, $2 for DG.

Very short and technical, plenty of holes under 200 feet. Beginner friendly if not for the tight shots required.

Tee signs need upgrading, most are missing. Years ago it was only 9 holes during winter since cross country skiing took priority.
Other Thoughts: This was my first course ever, 23 years and 228 courses later, it will always be special in my mind. Don't go out of your way for this one, go play Rum Village in SB or Wilson in Mishawaka instead.

More discs for sale can be found at the archery/billards store on hiway 31 and the Ind/Mich state line road.





0 of 1 people found this review helpful.


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