3 Helpful / 0 Not
It's a Quickie
Pros: Good course to practice your midrange and approach shots on. Open fairways and only nine holes make for a real quick play if you are short on time or day light. Good course for beginners to learn the sport on.
Cons: Not much of a challenge here for experienced players. I believe that all holes are < 300 feet. Gets pretty busy during the summer and when school is out.
Other Thoughts: I used to play this course all the time when I was starting out. It was a great course to start out on, but is not very challenging anymore. Still good to practice midrange shots though, or when I want to play quick before it gets dark.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 2 Not
Its a course
Pros: 9 baskets, 9 cement tee pads baskets surrounded by road millings (ie chopped up rubber) Very quick nine great putter course great beginner/exposure course stroller friendly
Cons: lack of distance tight, possibly dangerous, built before beasts and teebirds were even thought off can be wet after huge rain
Other Thoughts: This is definately a super easy course I only would play here with newbies. Will be beneficial when my little boy starts throwing. If your coming in from out of town no need unless you want to chalk up another course you played. Braem and North Wood County are better plays if you make it to Marshfield.
4 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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