0 Helpful / 9 Not
Best Course in Area!
Pros: Well maintained course. Multiple concrete pads. Different tee positions. Nice area and staff. Events going on frequently.
Cons: Traffic on highways is sometimes congested. Use back roads to avoid delays.
Other Thoughts: N/A
0 of 9 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: -Incredible variation of holes from open to wooded (some starting off open and ending wooded and vice versa)
-cement tee pads
-pro shop on sight that lets you test out the disks before you buy!!!
-trash free and well kept landscaping
Cons: -Not all the signs were labeled correctly considering the tee placement is changed constantly
-pay to play
-the course is not closer to were i live :(
Other Thoughts: Did a solo trip here on a beautiful day and was not disappointed by the outstanding reviews i had read about the place. The course was challenging and absolutely gorgeous. I will 100% be back to play at this course again and would recommend it to anyone who likes a challenge!
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 7 Not
Pros: All the reviews speak for themselves. If your in the area or making a road trip you must play this course. Don't bother trying to get in a round at Newport News DC. Just play another round at New Quater.
0 of 7 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 5 Not
A King Course in Virginia!
Pros: The killer selection in the disc shop. The massive size of the course. The majestic challenges.The physical tole it can take on you.
Cons: There aren't more courses like this.
Other Thoughts: New Quarter Park is a MUST PLAY course. It is one of Virginia's finest and it sports some of the most challenging holes. It is loaded with walks through the majestic woods of Virginia, with deep hills and old trees. Hole 18 is the most challenging par 5 an average player will encounter (though not as hilled as Bryan Park). The shop is great with a massive collection of discs, all Innova brand though, no Discraft. All discs are listed alphabetically with DX, Champion, and Star plastics to choose from. There are also many open field shots.
4 of 9 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 6 Not
Pros: This course has a great layout with a good mix of holes going into and out of the woods. It also makes good use of the hilly country side. They have concrete tee pads, good signage, and a great scorecard that shows an overview of the course on the back side. You can pick up the scorecard along with some loaner discs, and even a loaner bag at the nice pro shop. Pro shop even sells brand new discs, and minis.
Cons: I can't think of any improvements to this course other than to move the bag holders to either the front tees or back tees.
Other Thoughts: This course is a pay to play, but well worth it. We saw deer, and heard musket sounds, and canons when we were there. This is a very nice historic place, it was cool to be playing where civil war soldiers once walked and fought. They have a nice mountain biking trail, along with baseball, and basketball areas, picnic areas and of course the best Disc Golf course in the area. There is Colonial Williamsburg, Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Water Country USA, and even and outlet mall go near by. This course is not designed to bring strollers along, but with so many other things to do close to the course, there is plenty to keep the rest of the family entertained.
6 of 12 people found this review helpful.
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