Norman, OK 
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Uploaded By: Pizza God Hole #18 (Taken 5/2021)
3 / 350ft.   4 / 471ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #18 Tee Sign

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 Ruby Flewsday

1    9/5/2022   9/5/2022
Review By: VictoriousSecret
Played: 36  Reviewed: 1  Exp: 6 Years
8 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Played solo, 1st time here, and didn't lose any discs. The rough/long stuff is not too dense, so this is a plus! Oversized metal tee signs. 3-way mandos on many tee shots helps squash any tomahawk over-the-top strategies, an advantage if you're not a big armed, power thrower. A straight flying midrange or putter are your best friend on most tee shots. I only used a driver on 5 holes, and I throw 250-280ft with my drivers.
Cons: No "next tee" signs, layout is kinda awkward with up to 150' walks from basket to the next pad. 2 ridiculously thickly-wooded, bring a roller disc!

8 of 9 people found this review helpful.

Ruby Grant

1    7/10/2022   7/17/2022
Review By: aclay
Played: 262  Reviewed: 165  Exp: 38.5 Years
13 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -- Restrooms at parking lot.
-- Excellent concrete tee pads
-- Excellent tee signs with map including OB, par and distance in both feet and meters.
-- Perhaps the best/clearest making of OB I have ever seen. Fairways are cut low and rough is at least a foot taller so you can easily see that from the tee. In addition, OB is marked by numerous white stakes in the ground. We had one close call, but were able to clearly see that the disc was partially inbounds using a straight line from post to post.
-- Great red Mach X baskets.
-- A practice basket near hole 1.
-- Great use of the land: elevation, trees and water.
-- Alternate tee pads on four holes (4, 8, 12 and 18) that add 100-125 feet and a great deal of difficulty.
-- Hole distance variation is excellent: Three holes under 250 feet and another five less than 300 feet. On the other end, using alternate tees, you've got three holes longer than 500 feet and another three longer than 400.
-- Decent flow; only needed to check map on my phone twice.
-- Several good two-shot holes where the landing zone for your tee shot is crucial. No. 17 (515 feet) is perhaps the best example. You need about 250-275 feet slightly downhill through a clown's mouth mando (and trees) and past a another mando at the bridge over the small creek on a gentle RHBH anny to reach a landing zone that gives you a good line for your second shot. Short/right or long/left makes that second shot much more difficult.
-- No. 3 is the shortest hole on the course (218 feet) but is an excellent example of a well-designed short hole: S shaped fairway ending on a peninsula with a small creek around three sides of the green.
-- Does not favor one throwing style (RHBH/LHBH).
-- Several nice bridges to cross the creek.
Cons: -- Path from 10 basket to 11 tee takes you through the putting circle on No. 4.
-- Mandos. Anyone who has read my reviews knows I'm not a big fan, especially if they are simply for design purposes and not for safety. That is definitely the case here. Seven holes have mandos, four of them TRIPLE mandos using the alternate tees.
-- A couple of holes (10 and 14) are pretty bland, open holes (both under 300 feet) with little or no shot shaping required.
-- No map on site.
Other Thoughts: -- Disc loss potential is probably medium. There are some throws over/around trees where you won't be able to see your disc land. A poor shot could be lost in trees, tall grass or the creek.
-- Hole 1 starts north of the parking lot. Hole 18 ends behind the dog park and leave you a little bit of a walk back to the parking lot. You do not come back near the parking lot during the round.

13 of 13 people found this review helpful.

Amazing course!!!

1    8/7/2021   8/7/2021
Review By: KennyRoberts
Played: 35  Reviewed: 2  Exp: 14.8 Years
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Great mix of holes and shots. Very well maintained course. Tees are very nice, and the pin diagrams are very detailed. There's a good amount of shade which is nice on hot summer days. No running water when we played.
Cons: A couple holes have difficult pin placement that doesn't enhance gameplay at all.
Other Thoughts: I would 100% recommend playing this course.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

A new Gem for OKC

1    5/24/2021   6/2/2021
Review By: Pizza God
Played: 1372  Reviewed: 439  Exp: 35 Years
14 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Killer tee pads
Excellent tee signs
Great red Mach X baskets
Great use of the land
Decent flow, was able to find the course without my phone working pretty easy
Several good two shot holes where your drive is very important to set up a decent upshot

Cons: New course is still a little rough around the edges
Not a fan of the mando's
Lots of manufactured OB's
Other Thoughts: What can I say, I am being super picky with my con's for this course. It is true that I am not a fan of "fake" ob lines or mando's.

but this course really really does it right. The OB's are marked very well with white sticks and they don't mow past them so you can see the OB lines pretty easy off the tees.

The OB's are mostly to force shots, not to protect other park users. There are a few double mando's and a few triple mando's to keep players from throwing over everything. They are very clearly marked with yellow polls.

I am SO sorry my phone ran out of juice on the 3rd hole. I really planned on posting a lot more pictures than I did.

There are very nice restrooms by the parking lot. There is a practice basket with a very nice putting area in the shade near hole 1. Great place to warm up while you are waiting for the wife to use the bathroom. (or is that just me)

You start out with a few wooded holes, hole one is only 300ft but you can't get there that easy. Decent doglet to the right up a slight hill.

Then you cross over a great bridge with bird feeders on it named after the McClellan's. They are legends of Norman, Jonny Mac, MitchMac and Gunner.

Got a couple of great tunnel short holes including hole #3 that is an S shaped hole ending on a peninsula with a small creek around 3 sides of the green.

The course opens up after that with a few mando's and lots of artificial OB's to avoid.

I got to mention the last 2 holes on the course.

Hole 17, triple mando down a tight tunnel and over a small creek to a landing area. From here you still need to to to the right to a basket on the side of a pretty good little slope. It's listed as a par 5, but if you get lucky, you could get the 3.

Hole 18 has the same thing, another triple mando throwing out to a hard left with a double mando in the middle of the fairway and OB left and right of that.

Would I play here again? Yep, for sure. I really want to play this course again now that I know the basic layout. This is a course that can eat your lunch but you can shoot good. One of, if not the best course in the OKC area.

14 of 14 people found this review helpful.

 Very Technical Course

1    12/17/2020   12/18/2020
Review By: ivanhenson
Played: 575  Reviewed: 196  Exp: 11.8 Years
3 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: This is the most technical course in the area. Have to use every through in the bag. Tight woods on most holes. Sharp dog legs. Varity of distance. Great tee pads and alt tees on the super long holes. Great baskets.
Cons: The mud is a real issue. So playing after snow or rain will be hard. No signs(yet) They do have temp signs with distance. Im sure they will put up nice signs.
Other Thoughts: This is not for beginners and armatures. The better players will love this technical new course.

3 of 5 people found this review helpful.

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