Ray Vuichard, Bob Waidmann, David McCormack, Scott Galvin, Billy Downs, Mike Roberts
Very Hilly & Lightly WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
18 / 18Holes / Baskets:
6374 ft. – 9566 ft.Course Length: Metric
No / YesMultiple Tees / Pins:
Mach 3Hole Type:
Somewhat Cart Friendly Restrooms
Description: Tee areas are marked by a 4x4 post with signs denoting hole # and pin placement as well as par for each.
The front nine and back nine are separated by a short distance. After you finish the front nine, you can either drive or walk deeper into the park on the road you came in on. The road will split to the right and you will see another parking area that is for the back nine. The screw in the tee signs will tell what placement the basket is in on any given day.
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Local Directions: I-270 to Lindbergh Blvd. Go north on Lindbergh to Patterson Rd. Go past New Halls Ferry and Patterson becomes Vaile Ave. Go straight on Vaile 3.5 miles to Old Jamestown Rd. Turn left on Old Jamestown Rd. for 1 mile. The park entrance is on the right. Go straight and park in the lot opposite the Lenz Shelter.
From Illinois take 270 to 367 north to Lindberg (Hwy 67) go left, straight to Old Jamestown, go right to Vaile. Go right and follow above directions.
From St Charles take McDonnell Exit off 270, go left and follow McDonnell which becomes Howdershell then Shackelford to the 1st left past New Halls Ferry on Old Jamestown to the park on the left.