Temple, TX 
Crossroads DGC Share
Uploaded By: Pizza God Hole #24 (Taken 6/2021)
4 / 587ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #24 Tee Sign

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Crossroads DGC

1    12/22/2021   12/26/2021
Review By: aclay
Played: 273  Reviewed: 181  Exp: 38.7 Years
10 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -- Excellent baskets.
-- Cement tee pads.
-- Great tee signs.
-- Restroom (at parking lot).
-- Decent flow.
-- Plenty of parking.
-- Nice bridges to cross ditch/small creek.
-- 15-17 is a great stretch. 15 is just short of 400 feet with a creek about 20 feet short of the basket. 16 (moderately wooded) is listed at 585 but probably plays longer than 600. You throw across a creek off the tee, and then you throw across the creek again about 150 feet from the basket. 17 throw across the same creek, but at 210 feet is an ace run that requires finesse.
-- You come back near parking lot after 9, which is good because carrying supplies for 27 holes (especially in the summer) would be tough.
Cons: -- While 27 holes is welcome and offer diversity, there are some filler holes (especially toward the end).
-- Several holes play close to the walking paths.
-- No map.
-- The balance is off. The 4 holes shorter than 300 feet are in the first 18 holes; the final 12 holes has four holes longer than 500 feet and another listed at 498. Four of those are in a five-hole stretch (20-24).
Other Thoughts: -- A couple of holes feel really tight, but overall the lines are there and the holes are fair.
-- Water is in play, but it feels as if it could/should have been used more.

10 of 10 people found this review helpful.

Not a bad course

1    6/14/2021   8/28/2021
Review By: Pizza God
Played: 1438  Reviewed: 443  Exp: 35.2 Years
9 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Cement Tee pads
Great Tee signs
decent flow
Plenty of parking
Uses a lot of different shots
Cons: Does have a couple of "filler" holes
Several holes are a little too close to the walking paths.
Other Thoughts: I was not expecting much when I started playing this course. I heard it was a heavy wooded course with no lines. Well, I totally disagree with that rumor. yea, a couple of the holes have tight lines, but they are there. Most of the course has well defined lines and really there are several risk reward type of shots.

While not a championship level course, it does have some good par 4 holes that do take 2 shots to reach the basket. (well, for most of us)

I do like how the front 9 comes back around to the start, the back 18 also plays in a big loop.

Would I play here again? Yes I would. I would enjoy playing a tournament here too. I admit that not too far away is The Heritage course that is a championship level course. But this one is fun and does have some challenging holes.

9 of 9 people found this review helpful.

 Newest and cleanest course in town!

1    7/23/2020   7/24/2020
Review By: ivanhenson
Played: 582  Reviewed: 200  Exp: 12 Years
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: 27 holes all with new baskets great signs and tee boxes. Variety of shots. Start out short then get longer. Some trees on most holes but nothing too hard until 16-24. Good for beginners but will also be fun for experienced players. This is for sure worth a stop. Not very many chances to loose a disc.
Cons: Very flat. No elevation changes.
Other Thoughts: from 17 turn sharp left its a pretty far walk to 18.
16 is probably the hardest shot layup then tight trees across a creek. Interesting. The course starts off easy but stick with it..it gets a little harder as you go.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

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