Hayward, WI 
Fiddler's Creek Golf Center Share
Uploaded By: Iceman Hole #17 (Taken 10/2012)
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5+    10/20/2012   7/9/2008
Review By: Iceman
Played: 33  Reviewed: 9  Exp: 16.3 Years
This review was updated on 10/22/2012
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This is a special gem of a course that has been carefully carved through the woods of northern Wisconsin. The course itself is nice and does not have a lot of traffic so you can take your time and enjoy your round. Fiddler's Creek has a little of everything and makes good use of the land. Open shots, downhill shots, uphill shots, tight technical fairways, a little pond on #4 and #5, long holes, short holes. It can be played many different ways thanks to every hole having three tees. The course is well kept and there is very little trash to be found. There was very little action from mosquitoes when I've been there. The owners are nice folks and their shop has a fair selection of discs if you're looking to pick some up. Plus, once the snow hits the ground the course is free to play!

Course has 23 holes that you play as 18. Confused? Well...start by playing the course as normal, once at hole 11 you choose to go to either hole 11 or 11a, each taking you through a completely different path through the woods...either the normal route or the "a" route. Once you finish with hole 15 on either route, the two paths once again join and you finish your round.
Cons: There is a mix of tee types. Some cement, some rubber, some Astroturf and some natural. I could care less if the tees are grass or cement, although I know full well that many might care. With cement tees in place I would give this course at least a 4 if not 4.5.
Other Thoughts: After playing this course a couple times I've found it is helpful to have a spotter in the summer as some of the doglegs are thick wooded areas that have very thick underbrush and thus make finding discs very tough in spots. It is much nicer to play in the spring or fall when the foliage is less thick.

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