South Charleston, WV 
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  Decent, Quick Course

2-4    6/7/2011   6/7/2011
Review By: Keifla
Played: 3  Reviewed: 1  Exp: 8.2 Years
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This is a great course for beginners or for a quick game. The holes are fairly short, but offer some good challenges (i.e. dog legs, trees, elevated baskets, and downhill fairways). There is very little brush, so when I have to go dig out my disc I'm not fighting my way through vines.
Cons: The course is all the way on the backside of the park and the signage is limited.

Hole #2 is always muddy and wet.

Other Thoughts: The park has plenty of room for this course to be expanded into 18 holes, and could probably hold a second course like Rotary Park in Huntington.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

 Quaint course in city park.

5+    7/25/2010   8/12/2010
Review By: Scazmatic
Played: 12  Reviewed: 11  Exp: 7.4 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: - Easy to navigate signage, both to the start of the course itself and from one hole to the next.

- Decent variety for such a compact course, with elevation changes, multiple shot shapes, and tight technical approaches through the trees.

- Minimal congestion, usually having the course to yourself.
Cons: - Course is relatively short and probably not much of a challenge for advanced players.

- Hole signage doesn't reflect distance or hole layout.

- At only nine holes with only one alternate tee, the course can get pretty repetitive.

- Old archery target on Hole 2 in middle of the fairway, despite adding "character," is pretty annoying.
Other Thoughts: Living in Hurricane and working in Charleston, Little Creek is probably my "home course." Though it leaves a lot to be desired for more advanced players, I think it's great that the city has invested the time, money, and space into developing this course for the community. It's a great place to learn the game, and it's a fairly convenient location from anyone visiting the general Charleston area. If you're swinging through and looking for a quick round, it's definitely worth playing, but in all honesty is probably not worth a dedicated trip by itself.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

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