2 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: This course was the first course I ever played, and continued to be my main course until I moved out of the area.
This course is amazing. The designers really utilized the lanscape to its advantage. The course has a variety of elevation changes on the holes, There are a few holes that you drive uphill and others that drive downhill, one being a long bomb downhill. Another downhill hole features a blind shot at the basket. Some holes also play downhill and dogleg to the right, requiring a long anhyzer throw (RHBH here). There are thrashcans at every hole, and benches at most. All of the tees on the course are cement. As an added bonus, you can take a side trek after hole 11 and play the meadowview 9 course that is also in the park. Aesthetically, the park is beautiful. It is taken care of very well. Each hole also features very nice tee signs.
Cons: The only annoying thing about the park is that it gets very busy during the summer and late spring, right after school lets out. Sometimes there will be over three groups waiting at the first tee. This course also has the tendency to attract a very large number of rec players who are not the most courteous people. They sometimes will throw in on you while you are still playing a hole without a second thought.
Other Thoughts: Overall, plamann is one of the nicest and well-kept public courses i have played in the area. It offers a good balance of difficulty for new players and experienced players alike.
2 of 6 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 4 Not
Ground zero, the course that got me hooked
Pros: Beautiful well maintained course..yes play all 27 holes...yes YOU CAN DO IT..lots of variety, power drives off of concrete launch pads, great line drives as well as tricky anhyser shots, great place to learn a forehand shot. well groomed course, beautiful place to learn and gives you a professional challenge even for the most experienced
Cons: I cant think of any cons except it can get busy, so keep an eye on your disc, I have had it picked up and taken while it was still in play
Other Thoughts: I have played a few different courses and if you live in green bay and Wisconsin it is worth the drive to expand you disc golf course horizons
2 of 6 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 5 Not
-large hole variety
-easy to find
Cons: -nothing really
-can get muddy
Other Thoughts: one of the best in wisconsin.
nice sized parking lot
2 of 7 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 1 Not
Plaman of Plenty
Pros: Beautiful well maintained course..27 holes overall at the park..A Plethora of Disc golf shots are needed..Great use of Elevation and challenging pin placements..Very aesthetically pleasing with serene streams and bridges..Plays alot of different ways with varying weather..Inclines, declines, hyzers, annies, length, aceholes, trees & very clean and earthy..truely alot to offer..
Cons: Some days It get pretty Windy out here..Dont miss to the left on the 1st hole if you want to keep your disc..Hit your fairways or youll spend some time searching through some thick brush
Other Thoughts: Clear your schedule if you are going to come to Plaman because youre not going to want to leave..Play the extra nine and use the trash cans!
7 of 8 people found this review helpful.
10 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: This course has it all: uphill, downhill, long, short, hyzer, anhyzer, some lightly wooded holes and a couple blind shots. It's a course that will challenge many aspects of your game and require many different shots.
The teepads are nice and long, there are beautiful wooden signs at each hole and there are plenty of trash cans.
Cons: While the tee signs are very nice looking, they aren't very accurate, so be sure you know exactly where the pin is on blind holes.
Some of the shorter holes appear to be kind of easy, but elevation, rough or a well placed tree adds to the challenge.
Other Thoughts: I was impressed by the condition of this beautiful course and the work that's been put into it; it's definitely worth checking out.
10 of 11 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 9 Not
Watch your discs.
Pros: Well-groomed. The nicest looking course in the area. Good challenges on this course. No one shot will work on all holes. Lots of trash receptacles and benches.
Cons: One pad and one pin per hole. It's right near a high school with an open campus, so kids could be crowding it up there any time. The maps on the tee signs are very misleading; make sure you check where the pin actually is before throwing.
Other Thoughts: A fun round, but a spotter can be helpful on a few holes. There's a great, factual (and humorous) movie about wannabe gangbangers that includes this park. It's available in local libraries.
3 of 12 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 9 Not
Pros: I've been playing this course for about 15 years and it is still one of the top 3 courses in the State of Wisconsin. Also in a beautiful park.
Cons: Spring it can get a little crouded
2 of 11 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: Well maintained course, lots of open holes with various trees spaced nicely on the fairways. Great place to play on a hot, summer day.
Cons: Relatively easy course, but it is still extremely fun to play.
Other Thoughts: No reason not to play this course if you are in the area. Only one tee and pin placement for each hole, but it's nice to have the familiarity with the course when you play it multiple times.
5 of 9 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 7 Not
Plamann Park Review
Pros: -One of the nicest courses in the state.
-Park is maintained very well
-Lots of variety in shots
-Signs are awesome
-Hole #1 is one of my favorite disc golf holes ever
Cons: -On nice days in the spring and summer, the place will be absolute PACKED
Other Thoughts: GO TO IT! ha
2 of 9 people found this review helpful.
Join Disc Golf Course Review
for free to add your review. Have an account already? Sign In
to add a review.