Pros: Beautiful Course. Very well manicured and maintained. A couple tough shots with baskets close to water. Just beautifully maintained and pristine.
Cons: A few of the holes were fairly short
Other Thoughts: Enjoyed playing it. Thanks for the disc challenge! I will be back on a road trip through Ark.
Twin Creeks Twice The Fun
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: + Large course map at hole one.
+ Newly installed concrete tee pads.
+ Colorful Monkey Trap baskets.
+ Informative tee signs at each hole.
+ Beautifully manicured turf.
+ Multiple pin locations on 6 or 7 holes.
+ Nice balance for right and left hand throws.
+ Small creek borders 6 or 7 fairways making for controlled drives.
+ 5 or 6 holes to let the big dog eat.
+ 4 or 5 wooded tunnel shots.
+ Concrete walking path makes for definite OB on many holes.
+ 2 elevated baskets for added challenge.
+ I tote two water discs just in case.
Cons: - Concrete walking path attracts bikers and walkers but with a little patience not a problem.
- Some spots become soggy after rains.
- A few tricky navigation spots but with tee signs and course map not a problem.
- A few fairways have thick rough on side so pay attention.
Other Thoughts: Twin Creeks DGC has become one of my favorite disc golf road trip destinations from KC. The last time the posse and I played this course it was absolutely breathtaking. New concrete tee pads, manicured turf, and a friendly disc golf atmosphere. If you love airing it out this course is for you. One can tell that the disc golfers from Rogers, Arkansas love their disc golf by visiting this course.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
Pro level course.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Mixture of long and short holes.
Technical and challenging.
Plenty of ob and water to keep you from getting bored.
Great use of what little elevation they have to use.
Great signs and baskets.
Great chance to hit people riding bikes or walking dogs on the paths.
Cons: This course is almost always muddy.
Watch out for dog poop.
Great chance to get sued for hitting people riding bikes or walking dogs on the paths.
Big ole nasty sticker trees, I took one to the shin a couple of months ago.
There are supposed to be stones to use to cross the creek to go to 17, don't do it. It's a trap. kuuuuurrrrplunk. Just walk around, unless the creek is almost empty.
Other Thoughts: This is a really good course with a good deal of variety. Pro level course, I would love to see a pro tournament here.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Very Nice Course, Has Drawbacks
Pros: -Course is well marked with good tee boxes and signage with maps
-Big map before first hole lays out entire course before you play
-Some holes are elevated which provides a unique challenge, not seen at most courses
-Course is played through a nice park which allowed for an enjoyable atmosphere
Cons: -When I played there was a massive number of grasshoppers on the course. Not sure if I played at the wrong time of the year, but you couldn't take a step with having 5 or 6 of them jumping away
-Some holes have unrealistic pars for anyone who is not a Pro
-Have to be careful of those walking and riding on paths surrounding the course.
Other Thoughts: I was excited when I traveled to NW Arkansas and was going to get to play some new courses. This course from the start had me excited, because of how it was professionally designed and had nice signage. The first few holes went well, but part way through the course I noticed that there was an infestation of grasshoppers. I may have just come at a bad time of the year, but walking from shot to shot, ever step you took they were jumping away from your feet. This became a bit of an annoyance, coupled with the weather was very hot. A couple of the holes had unrealistic pars, at least for me. A nearly 600 ft. par 3 is very tough for someone that averages drives that are around 330 ft. I ended up getting a couple of discs stuck in a tree and that hurt my experience as well. I have a feeling that on a different day I probably would have enjoyed playing the course more, but my lone experiences with it were not the best. However, the course on its own merit deserves a very good rating.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 1 Not
One of my favorites
Pros: - High variety of holes and shots needed
- Great teepees and baskets
- Nice use of land and trees
Cons: - Lots of people so watch out for the bike/walking trail
- Course can be a little confusing so take a picture of the map at hole 1 so you can refer back to it for holes 11 and 16.
Other Thoughts: One of my new favorites, I will be making the hour drive to play it more often.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: nice variety of shots from grip and rip to very tight technical type shots. I don't nearly the versatility I need to play it well but really enjoyed it.
Very pretty course to play.
Nice baskets and kept up very well.
Cons: lots of creekside holes Lost my go to driver on hole 5 when it entered the creek never to be found.
very swampy after rain and creeks roll pretty fast.
needs a bridge between holes 16 basket and hole 17 tee. if creek is up have to walk a looooooooong way around to get to 17th tee pad.
Other Thoughts: If you are in the area definitely worth a round of play. My brothers and I were on a DG road trip and just this course would have been worth the drive.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Giant billboard showing whole course layout prior to teeing off on hole one and easy to navigate after that. Lots of challenging shots, water hazards and trees helped with making this a fun and exciting course, that played faster than I wanted it to.
Cons: Parts of the fields got really swampy due to rain, this is normal and really the only complaint.
Other Thoughts: Beginners should definitely watch out for the various water hazards.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: It's one of the longer courses in the NWA area. Great mixture of drives and accuracy. Great support group as far as maintenance.
Cons: It's one of the longer courses in the NWA area. Rubber t-pads... wish there were concrete ones out there!
Other Thoughts: It's a great course! I highly recommend it if you have the time to spare.
0 of 4 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Up the creek
Pros: This course offers a variety of holes both short and long, open and technical, and has water threat on several holes. The elevated baskets on 1 and 16 are a nice touch as well. If you are too aggressive on 1 you could end up in the drainage ditch that is to the east of the basket. A few holes have alternate pin positions.
The signs here are excellent and provide you with all the necessary information. There are benches and bag hangers at every hole. The rubber tee pads were plenty big and had decent grip.
The park was clean and there were some nice bridges for crossing the creek.
Cons: This course does have a couple of places where navigation is a bit confusing. After you finish out on 4 the pad that is directly behind the basket is 17. To get to 5 make a right at 4's basket and you will see 5's tee pad. Also on 10 you will want to continue walking past the first tee pad you see(which is 13) and keep going west and you will see 11's tee.
This course could get very hot because there isn't much shade on a good portion of this course. The wind will come into factor here as well because of the openness of the course.
The grass can get tall in spots so you will want to make sure of where your disc lands to be safe. Mowing here looks like a task in of itself and I'm sure that upkeep could seem like a job within a job at times.
Other Thoughts: Here are some of my hole observations:
1-open hole with a mando, parking lot on your left
2-open with water threat on your left
3-open until your approach in which you must throw between some trees to get to the basket
4-has cedar trees that protect the basket
5-open with the creek to your left
7-low ceiling off the box
8-short hole with creek on your left
9-is another open hole
10-open with creek to your left
11-tunnel shot with creek to your left
12-tee off on top of a hill and throw around/over a group of trees
13-in the short position, plays uphill and works L to R
14-moderately wooded with a low ceiling
15-is wide open with a mound mid fairway and a pond behind the basket
16-long and downhill has an elevated basket
**from 16's basket follow the dirt path and cross the creek(you will see the stone footbridge in the creek)**
17-water on the left side and trees mid fairway
18-mostly open, trees upon approach
Overall this is a challenging course that will make you think about your shot selection. I would suggest taking a map for your first time to avoid any navigation problems. Personally I would like to have seen more holes like 10 and 11 that where a little more wooded. This course uses what is available to its best potential. This course has the potential to be one of the better courses in NW Arkansas and with time I think it will live up to this potential. If you are in the area I would suggest you hit this course up. It will challenge your game and keep you on your toes.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: It's not far away from potentially coming the best/ most diverse course in NWA. Has a variety from hole to hole of different, challenging and relatively easy shots. Beautiful area to play right next to Rogers High School. The hazard isn't so thick that you have a high risk of losing you disc. Very playable and enjoyable overall!
Cons: It still seems like it's in it developmental stage. Certain holes have an "A" "B" and even "C" hole attempt, but yet it only seems like there's just the "A" hole currently up. Some areas could be a little more cleaned up, but overall it's not that bad in my opinion.
Other Thoughts: This course definitely competes with North Shore and Lake Bella Vista as far as being one of the teter course in NWA. Go out and give it a shot!
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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