Burnsville, MN 
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 South Metro Gem

5+    1/27/2011   1/27/2011
Review By: Bubbajoe
Played: 151  Reviewed: 7  Exp: 8.6 Years
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Good mix of shots from open to tightly wooded, righty's and lefty's,
Concrete Tees
Good use of available elevation
Multiple and well marked tee pads for every pin
Benches on many holes
Very well maintained with mowed fairways in the Summer and shoveled tees in the Winter
Good signage
Layout does a nice job of avoiding the pedestrian path that runs through the course
Cons: Occasional back ups due to multiple pads for every pin
Awkward transition from 9/19 to 10/20
Lacks a risk/reward hole
Needs more trash cans
Other Thoughts: Redoak Park could very well be a case study for making the most with what you have and stands as a real credit to the Burnsville disc golf club. Situated on a small parcel of land the course feels much bigger due mainly to use of multiple tee pads for each pin. On seven of the ten pins the change of tees greatly alters your drive while only three (1/11,4/14,6/16) feel redundant due to changes in length only. The course flows well from hole to hole with the exception of the transition from 9/19 to 10/20 which requires a switch back down the fairway of 9/19 and then requires the player to cross in front of one or both tees on the fairway of 10/20. The moderate length puts Redoak within the range of beginners while it's technical features offers the advanced player many opportunities to hone their skills. The course is constantly being improved upon with new amenities seeming to appear with each new visit. It's hard to have a bad day at Redoak and is a must play if you're in the south metro. Also check out the Rack Shack on Cliff road on you're way out for some tasty post-round chow.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

 Great course in the south Metro

1    9/26/2010   9/26/2010
Review By: deadbody
Played: 146  Reviewed: 65  Exp: 13.6 Years
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: 20 holes, 10 baskets. Dual Cement tees on every hole, all provide different lines and shots. Gorgeous course, nice foliage all over, there are uphill shots and down hill shots, tight shots and open shots. Nothing super long (nothing over about 450) but very solid course. You will use every shot in your bag at least once here.
Cons: 10 baskets. Can get tight if busy as the people playing 14 are shooting at the same basket the people playing 4 are. Not much space to expand so this is the best way to get more holes in, but if the course is really busy it could be an issue.
Other Thoughts: Very nice course in the south Metro. Far better than Shakopee Lions park. I would play this course quite a bit if it wasn't a long drive away.

2 of 4 people found this review helpful.

 It's just like 20 holes, only with half the baskets

1    8/7/2010   9/20/2010
Review By: cydisc
Played: 209  Reviewed: 78  Exp: 21.5 Years
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -Lots of elevation and trees
-Concrete tees
-Nicely maintained
-Good baskets
Cons: -No multi-shot holes
Other Thoughts: This course has 10 baskets with two tees per hole. The tees are numbered such that you would play one set the first time around and then the other set the second time for a total of 20 holes. There are a bunch of fun shots to be had on this course as you throw up, down and across the varied landscape. The course flows very well from one hole to the next as there are well-defined trails connecting them. While there is a multi-use recreation path that winds through the park, the course does a good job of avoiding it. I found it strange the decision to make it 10 holes instead of the standard 9. This might have allowed one or two par 4 holes on the course and then used the the extra one as a practice basket. That aside, it's a very enjoyable course to play.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

 Great Course; Lots of Fun

2-4    8/7/2010   8/12/2010
Review By: sporkage
Played: 30  Reviewed: 3  Exp: 7.5 Years
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: - New concrete tee boxes
- Multiple tee boxes expands a 10-hole course to a 20-hole course
- Very well maintained
- Elevation and woods, as well as a sumac rough on a few holes
- Logical progression of hole (signs popinted you to the right spots and the start of the next hole was generally close to the end of the last one)
Cons: - A few holes have both tee boxes with a few feet of each other (could be more creative)
- Possibility to play a hole at the same time as somebody else if you don't pay attention and are playing the other tee box
- Hole 9/19 requires walking back down the fairway a little to get to 10/20. (have to watch for the next group)
Other Thoughts: Overall, I was pleasantly surprised by the course. There's enough variety in distances and obstacles to be a really fun course. The grounds are very clean and it appears the owner takes a lot of pride in the course. I'll be playing this one again.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

 20 holes well maintained!

1    6/26/2010   6/26/2010
Review By: Rentadot
Played: 69  Reviewed: 13  Exp: 8.4 Years
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Nice mulch at all baskets, clear layout
Cons: Some of the tees are a bit muddy following rain
Other Thoughts: Burnsville DGC does a very nice job of keeping this course up! It's a nice compact 10-hole course with second tee boxes to give a 20-hole feel.

0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

  Well Kept

5+    6/17/2010   6/18/2010
Review By: TimBoyMN
Played: 24  Reviewed: 1  Exp: 14.6 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -Very well kept course
-Good use of elevation changes
-Friendly locals all the time
-Good maximization of land alloted for course
-Good pin placements
-Natural tees are fairly good even in poor conditions (Cement is going in soon)
-Dual tee pads making for 20 holes
-Fairways are absolutely immaculate
Cons: -Tee pad for 8 is always a mess, good or bad weather conditions
-Dual tee pads on some holes just adds a little length, doesn't alter shot lines much (1/11, 4/14, 6/16, 8/18)
-There are a few holes where the rough could be thinned a little
Other Thoughts: -I would like to see more trash cans placed along the course, as of now there are 3 (1/11, 4/14, 9/19)
-It can get crowded in the afternoon, so if you want a quick round play earlier (3:00 pm or earlier, crowds usually start around 3:30-4)
-You can play this course relatively quick

All in all, this is a great course for the space it has.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Nice Wooded Course

2-4    6/7/2010   6/7/2010
Review By: jaboc83
Played: 25  Reviewed: 3  Exp: 7.4 Years
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: - Great Scenery
- Nice challenge with good sized hills and lots of trees
- Tee boxes well marked
Cons: - Was crowded. Was 5th group in line to go at 7:00 PM
- No Distance/par markings at the holes
- Some of the tee boxes were slick with mud
- Back 10 holes are almost pointless. Most just add 20 feet or so to the front 10.
Other Thoughts: A very nice course nestled in the woods. It's a tough course if you have trouble staying on or near the fairway.

0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Long Course

2-4    5/18/2010   6/5/2010
Review By: D21thorpe
Played: 13  Reviewed: 13
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Because they put in two tee boxes for every hole there is a total of 20 holes to play. Nice mix of left and right handed shots as well as long and short.
Cons: It is nice that there are 20 possible holes to play, but that doesn't leave room for shorter tee boxes when I take my wife out.
Other Thoughts: Signs with par to go with distance would be nice.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 One of my new Favs

2-4    5/21/2010   5/21/2010
Review By: Chillers86
Played: 105  Reviewed: 3  Exp: 9.2 Years
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: My favorite part of this course is the big trees and narrow fairways. Even on the few holes that are out in the open, the fairways are groomed to be about 30 ft across. The pin placements seem to be well thought out and not just slapped into a bunch of trees, and the slight elevation changes can become a challenge. This is a very enjoyable course to play for players of different skill. Also, this course does not seem to get as much traffic as others in the area, which to me is an added bonus.
Cons: The dirt tee boxes can get a bit muddy, but I read a review that said that will change.
Other Thoughts: Keep an eye on your drives till they finish here because once you get off the fairway it can be a jungle.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Top Notch Local Course!!!

5+    4/24/2010   4/28/2010
Review By: drdeeznutz
Played: 9  Reviewed: 2  Exp: 8.2 Years
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This course has come a LONG way... So far this yr the updates are: new benches, new signage, new hole (makes it 20 instead of 18 now), and lots of upkeep (thx to Steve). CEMENT TEE PADS WILL BE IN THIS SUMMER!!!!! This is a very fun course to play. Many different types of shots and distances. I'd have to say, out of all the courses w/in reasonable driving distance this is definitely one of the best out there w/ all the improvements that have been made.
Cons: ~ Dirt tees (cement will be in this summer though)
~ no "john" (not a big issue though)
~ no water fountain
Other Thoughts: COME PLAY HERE!!!! You won't regret it....
Thx Steve Tilseth for all your hard work!!!

4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

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