A nice varied course
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: It has downhill shots, uphill shots, through the trees, over water, blind baskets. Long and short shots. 8 of the tees are multiple. Fairways have always been mowed.
Cons: No signage at the beginning. Holes 1,3,6,8 and are missing signs on the long tees. 4 and 7 missing all signs. When there is a lot of water running through the creek, moving to hole 2 can be impossible. No signs to point to next hole.
Other Thoughts: Take the left trail from hole 4 to the street then to 5. There are a few trails that meander through the woods to 5.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: -Variety of Holes (Short, Long, Uphill, Downhill, Left, Right, etc.)
-Few Long bombs
-Hole 6 is always fun
-Start with 1 disc and leave with 10 after looking on holes.
-Usually never a wait
Cons: -Nearly impossible to find shots thrown in the woods in the heart of summer
-Trash pretty much everywhere
-Lose a disc there and youll never get it back. Common spot for high schoolers at the nearby Valley High School
Other Thoughts: Worth a play every now and again, much better courses in the area though.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Stay on the Fairway...
Pros: The course makes great use of the elevation and space that was available.
The shots are varied, but nothing too challenging.
Two concrete tees on most of the holes. The pro tee for hole 7 is from the bike path.
Cons: Litter can be a problem, though the last time I played it wasn't. I believe it had been cleaned for a small event that day though.
Poison ivy is a concern if you're off the fairway and in the trees.
I'm surprised nobody has mentioned the undergrowth off the fairway yet. It is some of the thickest I've seen on a course. Its not uncommon to loose multiple discs if you struggle with keeping them on the fairway.
Other Thoughts: The sketchy bridge isn't an issue anymore. It was removed and replaced with a gravel path over a drain pipe this spring.
It should be noted that you'll probably find several discs if you toss yours in the woods here and are persistent in finding yours.
This course is acceptable if you need a short round, but if you have time for 18 I would advise playing one of the other metro courses (Ewing, Pickard, Grandview, or Walnut Ridge).
EDIT: Played it again today after writing my review hoping to find some discs...ended up spending an hour and a half looking for my own. Probably won't be coming back for at least the rest of the summer.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 1 Not
A good course once you get past its condition
Pros: Lots of interesting elevation. Good balance. Flows fairly well. Multiple concrete tees on each hole.
Cons: Litter is often a problem. The bridge from #2 to #3 is collapsed and unsafe to cross. Many missing signs. Forced to walk back along the final fairway to get back to parking lot.
Other Thoughts: One of the more interesting 9-holers around, there are even a few legitimate par 4 holes. A challenging and fun course to play, but unfortunately is showing its age with litter and missing signage.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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