2 Helpful / 0 Not
Decent 9 hole course
• clean course, maintained
• decent baskets
• mix of open & technical holes
• short holes
• setting is less than ideal
• signs could be a bit more detailed
Other Thoughts: Echoing the general sentiment from the other reviewers, this is a decent course, but nothing special and since so close to the much better Punderson State Park course, you're better off playing that one.
I enjoyed my round, but it's nothing worth going out of your way for (as I did). But it's close enough to Punderson that you could play both.
Brall's review covers everything you need to know about this course if you are considering it.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 3 Not
Small Course In a Small Park
Pros: Though the entire course is tightly woven within this small park, good use was made of the land, allowing for several throws in and out of woods. It seems that the main purpose of the park IS the course, which is a rarity. Well mapped tee signs and ease of use is another plus.
Cons: Though the fairways are well defined, with the grass well kept along the entire length of each hole, beyond that, little other maintenance seems to be done. There are several obstructive trees and tree branches that should probably be trimmed away near cages along the course that don't add to the challenge as much as they are just plain in the way. It is still a quick course. If you have to drive any considerable distance to get there, you might as well take the quick drive back west and hit up Punderson's course in Newbury.
0 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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