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Dyersville, IA

Westside Park DGC

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2.255(based on 2 reviews)
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Mhageman4
Bronze level trusted reviewer
Experience: 10.1 years 42 played 41 reviews
2.50 star(s)

Long, Open Nine Holes 2+ years drive by

Reviewed: Played on:Aug 3, 2020 Played the course:once

Pros:

Nine holes with long tee pads, each tee pad has distance and par painted on it.

Holes range from 260-550ft.

No holes to earn an easy '2' (pro for me...)

No risk of losing a disc on this course, unless you overthrow a putt on hole 7 into the creek.

Cons:

Navigation pad to pad is just okay, since there are no tee signs you have to search the grass to find the next tee pad.

Hole 7 tee pad was hard to find because you have to cross pad #1 in order to find it.

We went on a Sunday and there was a soccer game going on, and we had to skip holes 8 and 9. If there was multiple games going on, half of this course would be unplayable.

Required to throw across the walking trail twice.

No trash cans or benches.

Other Thoughts:

Had we not went on a day with a soccer game, this rating was going to be a 3.5. Too much traffic on the trails that have NEED to throw over.
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knobby325
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Experience: 9 years 326 played 248 reviews
2.00 star(s)

Has Potential 2+ years

Reviewed: Played on:Apr 2, 2019 Played the course:once

Pros:

-Nice Open Layout
-Good mix of distance
-Decent for recreational players

Cons:

-No tee pads
-No Course Map
-Not much interest for better players (minimal elevation changes / Trees)

Other Thoughts:

Course has potential to be a nice rec course in a city park. Adding tee pads, or at least tee markers and a course map would make it more easily playable. I ended up deciding on my own spot to tee from. Some nice open space, though and a couple of longer holes still made it enjoyable.
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