1 Helpful / 0 Not
9 Looooong holes
Pros: -Course is well kept and in a public park
-hole design is varied
-baskets are in excellent condition
-course signage is accurate and clear (Minus hole 1)
-good mix of interferences
-Excellent course for working on your driver discs
Cons: -Grass Tees
-Hole 1 signage is missing
-Course has a running track weaving through it
-Not a lot of elevation change (Typical of Texas courses)
Other Thoughts: This is a 9 hole course that feels very long. For a course in a smaller town it is in excellent shape and designed well.
I recommend it, if you are in the area.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Beautiful neighborhood park even though it is pretty open.
Excellent signs tell you everthing you need to know to play this course.
The distances on this nine hole course are just unbelievable. I did not realize that the distances were not posted on this site or I would have written them down and posted them. I'm pretty sure that at least 7 of the nine holes are over 400' and a few are over 500' and a couple are over 600'. This may be the longest nine hole course in the country which is why I think it deserves a little higher rating than it's been getting.
Did I mention this ain't no pitch an putt course?
Cons: A few of the holes are bordered by fenced backyards which could result in lost discs, especially if the owners are not home and there's a big viscious dog in the backyard.
A constant stream of walkers, joggers, and bike riders means you will have plenty of breaks during a round.
One hole has you throwing too close to a playscape and another has you throwing real close to a tennis court.
This course is probably pretty brutal during mid summer due to the lack of shade trees. It was cloudy and breezy when I played.
Beginners will not like this course because of the long distances.
No elevation changes, water, or any real technical holes. Just long distances.
Other Thoughts: I love specialty course like this and I believe they have there place. What Corsicana needs now is a nine hole course with shorter technical holes to balance this one out.
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