New Ulm, MN 
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 Pretty basic

1    4/28/2010   4/29/2010
Review By: deadbody
Played: 146  Reviewed: 65  Exp: 13.6 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Easy layout, well marked, tall posts mark each tee, and the homemade baskets are clearly marked.
Cons: grass tee boxes. Short, feeds in on itself a bit, if it was busy that could be a problem. Not clear how to get from hole 6 to 7-9, had I not read the previous reviews I'd have been lost. Tight quarters, would be possible to get beaned. No real difficulty. The course is very wide opne, some mature trees, but a few of the holes are just throwing in a field.
Other Thoughts: Shells Brewery is just up the road. Homemade baskets are OK, I've seen worse. Not a bad course, just nothing really special. Good small town course.

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 Hole-in-the-wall course

1    11/7/2009   11/8/2009
Review By: tlandegent
Played: 25  Reviewed: 16  Exp: 11.4 Years
Pros: Very beginner-friendly, well maintained. Homemade baskets not ideal but are sufficient. Decent shot variety (watch out on #7!) Easy to find parking and hole 1. Hole 5 is long, hope for a good drive!
Cons: No distance/par markings. 7-9 on other side of ravine, but noticeable on the right if you drive in across the ravine's bridge.
Other Thoughts: According to a local group playing ahead of us, they take out the basket (and post for hole #3?) for hole #2 so when sledding is in season, children don't run into the basket (valid reason). No indication of the basket was confusing, but didn't make the course less enjoyable. If post for #3 is gone, play it from the top of the hill... very fun to see the drives sail.

 Kinda fun

1    5/30/2009   6/1/2009
Review By: Guurn
Played: 86  Reviewed: 40  Exp: 31.4 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Nice little 9 hole course with well maintained fairways and homemade baskets. 1-6 play on the side and bottom of a hill. 7-9 play on the other side of a waterway near a treeline. Most holes are of pretty good length, around 230-330 feet I'd say. I would normally call this a chip and putt course but some holes are a little longer than that.
Since the early holes play on the side of the hill, the main puzzles the course presents are hill issues and wind. Trees are obstacles in only a few cases.
A pretty reasonable beginners course and a good place to get kids introduced to the game.
Cons: Tee signs just give hole numbers and there are no teepads, just grass/dirt. Could use the trees available a little better. For a little course on a small plot of land I actually don't have many cons.
Other Thoughts: There is actually a little parking area pretty near hole 1. After hole 6 go east along the street to find hole 7. After your round there a brewery nearby that gives tours!

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