1 Helpful / 4 Not
Open and Wooded
Pros: 18 holes. The course has the land to itself, no worry about hitting a bystander. Holes are challenging.
Cons: Holes seem to be in deep woods or open plains. It would be nice if there were a better mix.
Other Thoughts: For those in the Rochester area, unless you live on the south side of town it is a decent drive to Stewartville.
1 of 5 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 1 Not
No Bears,Just Birdies
Pros: Very nice layout with a good mix of wooded & open holes. Good paths & fairways are mown regularly. Course is at one end of the park; not a lot of traffic by patrons other than disc golfers.Scorecards are usually at the shelter by the first tee.
Cons: The holes have signs but mostly all you can read from them is the hole #. Novice/Rec. tees are grass and are uneven. A couple of the baskets are almost out of the ground as is one of the signs. Garbage cans are available but some don't know what they are apparently.
Other Thoughts: This is an enjoyable course to play. Not a lot of OB & usually you're able to find your disc. I wish the signs were better maintained with par & distance clearly defined on them. The rec. tees could use some work as most of them are bumpy & uneven. Lots of wildlife; don't be suprised if you see a few deer now & then in the woods.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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