Worth a Visit
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Hole variety is stellar. Uphill, down hill, long shots, hole shots. You want it, you get it.
Tees are all concrete pads with many having trash cans and benches. Alternate pads on several holes.
City park is usually well maintained.
Cons: Signage is lacking. Signs are in place, but outdated with the transition from a 21 hole course to an 18 hole course. Could use some updated tee signs, but also could use some markers at the pins (and alternate pins) to direct flow to the next tee.
Baskets are moved too often and scouting to find a basket before you throw is tedious and time consuming. I like alternate tees, but switching them around too often is frustrating.
Other Thoughts: For a less than average player like myself, this is a tough course where getting par on any hole feels great, and a birdie means you win for the day.
I like the challenge of this course. Specifically I like the elevation changes on the front 9.
I would 5 star this course for an intermediate player if there were a bit more consistency in pin placement and better signage. All in all though, this is one of my favorite courses and I'll keep coming back.
Good work Crowley!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: -Tons of elevation change to challenge your every disc or throw in the bag
-Well Maintained, and clean tee box areas. Trash cans every other or so hole
-Each hole is unique, various routes to take from either tee pad, and exposure to the elements, i.e. WIND
Cons: -I did not see a current map (around the parking lot area), or could not get to one on the phone
-Signage, if it has gone from 21 to 18, refer to point above
Other Thoughts: I would recommend this DGC, I look forward to playing it again when I am back up there.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
MIssing Baskets, Poor Signage
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: - Some good elevation changes
- Some challenging throws thru trees and hills
- First half is open, second half is more wooded
- Was not busy (Friday evening)
Cons: - Missing baskets for holes 2 and 3
- Three or four other holes had hand make signage to help direct you to correct basket due to changes/poor planning
- Some holes are poorly laid out and is very confusing the first time played
- One or two holes throw through some truly terrible terrain
- Hole 18 I think was just asinine. Throwing parallel and barely across a creek with a large tree and a BRIDGE (yep!) blocking any approach other than throwing straight into the creek. Skip this hole or use the most beat up disc you have. It is a disc gobbler.
Other Thoughts: Get the baskets fixed and labeled clearly and this could be a fun course
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Cement Tee pads on all the holes
2 sets of tees on all the holes
multiple pin positions on most of the holes (that I noticed)
Very good use of the land, up and down the hill
wide open long holes and short technical holes
Cons: Well it can get pretty muddy, specially with the rain today.
Needs the new tee signs they are working on
some of the holes are sort of close to each other
Not a fan of Mando's.
Other Thoughts: I had not played this course in probably 10 years. Even the last time I played out here the course had been redesigned from the original layout. However, today all the holes were pretty different from back in those days, it is basically a different course.
In the tournament today, we played all the white tee boxes and most of the baskets were in the shorter position, considering the weather, this made for a fun round.
Several of the holes go up and down the hill that is on one side of the park. There are several holes going though the wooded area, making both hyzer shots and anhyzers.
3 of 5 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 4 Not
One of the best courses in the metroplex.
Pros: Top notch new 18 hole design. Course pro and caretakers of the course do an awesome job keeping it clean and manicured (weather permitting) . The Crowley DGC is ran as good as any club anywhere and they put on tons of events and minis. Great course for new players to come out and make new disc golf friends.
Cons: Might be hard to navigate now for new players, but not for long. Crowley DGC is on top of it and there will be new signs and markers soon.
Other Thoughts: I encourage everyone to play the different tee pads sometimes. It's like 3 courses in one. Completely different lines and challenges for almost all holes from the different tee pads.
1 of 5 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 4 Not
A day Trip
Pros: this course has by far become one of my favorites. permanent tees and signs. the locals are very friendly the helped my group navigate the course. has two different tee pads so if you et there early you can play two different course
Cons: its hard to navigate the map you can print off kinda helps but its best to ask a local
0 of 4 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: Great course between the white and the red tee pads there is basically two courses in one. lots of good tree placement making it a challenging course but also has some good open holes. all around good course for beginners all the way to advanced
0 of 4 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 3 Not
A good challenging course for any player.
Pros: A well maintained course that has many obstacles that will be thrown at you. This is a good 21 hole course that will challenge even the best player from start to finish. It was a great course to walk and a very nice layout of the course.
Cons: The only cons that could say about the course is on 18 you have a bridge to contest with, that has people crossing over it. So would be kind of nice to not have to deal with risk of hitting someone while you play. The course has some low lying areas that if not careful after it rains can be a worse nightmare. Also the course could use a rethink on I think 3a or 3b not really sure. Looks more like a short par 2 with the basket surrounded by water.
Other Thoughts: Well for sure go back and play this course again.
0 of 3 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 5 Not
Pros: Shot variety
Cons: Tee pads
Other Thoughts: Good course that can test your skills and requires many shots to score low. Good use of elevation is a plus (or a minus bc it can beat you up). Can be difficult to find your way, and even some baskets, if you have not played here before. Would recommend this course if you are up for a hike.
0 of 5 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 2 Not
So Much Potential
- Tons of elevation change
- Multiple concrete teepads on most holes
- Very challenging lines with three distinct tee options
- Great use of an idea disc golf property
- Signage inaccurate, needs updating
- Could not find teepad or hole for #6
- High grass, burning nettles
- Difficult to locate pin location from tee pad, signs were usually misleading
- Some holes (#9 for instance) with impossible tee lines
- Several holes under massive power lines, feels cancerous
- This course was very difficult to score. It has so much potential due to the great elevation, creek, and mature trees. Unfortunately, there were some big negatives as well. The layout was difficult to navigate in some places, and the high, stinging grass and general lack of grooming was uncomfortable. If properly maintained, this course could be on par with the likes of Veteran's, Z-Boaz, and Turner, but as it is, it's just not quite on that level. It's challenging enough, but needs some love from the city of Crowley to help it reach it's high potential.
4 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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