Friendly little course
Pros: A well maintained course in a town of about 12,000 people.
Well placed amenities
Cons: A couple of holes 6, 10, and 12 sometimes compete with park visitors.
All holes are under 400 feet.
Other Thoughts: A fun, relaxing course.
The local club is very helpful and accepting of visiting players.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Lot of Fun!
Pros: Short course, right through Veterans Park. Nice and challenging, but fun to play. Fairly short. Well laid out, considering it has to compete with other park amenities/uses, and I even got my first birdie there! Good parking, nice tee signs, good pads.
Cons: Because of being in the middle of a multi-use park, some of the tee and target locations are a little awkward, but the course is designed as well as it could be. A lot of Mandos, again because of multi-use.
Other Thoughts: Overall, I enjoyed playing this course, and even being an hour away, will plan more trips there.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Pros: Nice use of land. The holes are not long but none are completely open. The mature trees, elevation and water hazards make this course very enjoyable without making it frustrating. Nice large concrete tee pads. Really nice descriptive Tee signs at every hole. Park is always well manicured so no bushwacking is required if you stay in the fairway. Trash cans at most holes.
Cons: Course may be too forgiving for a more advanced player but it is a ton of fun for your average Am. player. A couple holes play close to other park ammenities.
Other Thoughts: Be careful not to release early on the water holes because your not going to want to be in the nasty creek water.
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