2 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: - Some decent technical play.
- Nice tees and baskets, plenty of ace runs.
- It's in a nicer neighborhood.
- Good course for beginners and midrange practice
Cons: - Can get crowded
- Very rocky
- Poor course flow
- Half the baskets are blind from the tee
- #18 not very memorable
Your skills will plateau at a low level if you do not play tougher courses than this.
Other Thoughts: If you like technical woods course and are in the area, go play Brushy Creek Sports Complex (9-hole course) instead.
If you want a much better designed, more challenging, and much longer Advanced-level course, go play nearby at Wilco instead.
In my opinion, this is one of the lowest rated overall 18-hole courses in the Austin area along with Benbrook. Sorry guys, that's just my opinion. I know beginners tend to really enjoy this place and I don't mean any offense to ya if you like it.
Beginners should play here instead of Brushy Creek Nine.
2 of 7 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Pretty fun course. There's a little bit of shot variety. Tee pads were in so they're solid. Signs are nearly vandal proof, but not particularly informative. I loved the landscaping on some of the greens.
Cons: A little too easy, not a whole lot of challenge. Terrain is a little gnarly, and cedars aren't very forgiving (although you really shouldn't get in them much at all). A couple tees are a little tricky to find. Not sure where these elevation changes are, maybe some nuances, but there aren't any hills.
Other Thoughts: It is what it is, a fun little neighborhood 18 holer. I'd love to have it in my backyard, but it's not much more than a 3 or 4 disc course. Just keep in mind the overall flow. 1-8 play away from the parking lot and 9-18 play toward the parking lot. And you never cross the walking trail on the right.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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