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Fredericksburg, VA

Pratt Park

3.125(based on 34 reviews)
5292 ft. Metric
Moderately Hilly
Moderately Wooded
18 Holes
18 Baskets
6 Water in play

Pratt Park

Course conditions:

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Updated by DumfriesLizzie
NB: This condition report is about holes 1-11 only. There is a creek restoration project that is ongoing that will/does affect most of the B9 in adjacent St. Clair Brooks Park. Forest floor has a truckload of fall leaves. New(?) Veteran Dynamic Discs baskets. New benches around big field and track (not the course benches but the general park benches). Some of these were so dilapidated before that you risked injury sitting on them...

Holes 1-10 are a nice leisurely walk with modest terrain. Holes 11-18 follow a ravine, and are a bit more challenging. The creek is played as casual water. Asphalt is OB on hole 1. Benches and tee signs on every hole.

IMPORTANT NOTE: First time players may find it a challenge to navigate this course as it is actually spread out between two different public parks. There are trees marked with green & white tape. The WHITE tape will steer you toward the next tee, and the GREEN tape is located on a preferred flight line towards the basket of the hole you are playing.

Designer(s): Randy Lahm and Paul Hobson
Year established: 1984
Course guides: 1
Multiple Tees / Pins: No / No
Par Info: 56
DGCR SSE: [ ? ] 48.7
Rounds Recorded / Average Score: 260 / 68 255 / 69
Tee Type: Carpet
Hole Type: Mach 2
Discs lost: 9
Misc. info.:
Camping nearby


John Lee Pratt Memorial Park [unknown] Fredericksburg, 22401 Virginia
Local Directions:

I-95 to Falmouth exit, Rte. 17. Make a right onto Rte. 1 and go 200 ft. to a left on River Rd. (Rte. 607) which will take you under the Rte 1 bridge. You do not cross the bridge into Fredericksburg. Follow the Rappahannock River 1.5 miles and turn left into the park.

Latitude / Longitude:
38.311749, -77.458717 degree
Hole #6 Tee
Hole #6 (Taken 3/2020) Timber
Par / Distance: 3 / 252ft.

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