Perrysburg, OH 
Woodlands Park Share
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4 / 411ft. Par / Distance:
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Pit stop

1    7/22/2017   7/22/2017
Review By: COONDOG
Played: 49  Reviewed: 2
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: -Well maintained course
-concrete tee pads
-pretty easily navigable with a picture of course map on hole 1
-felt course designer utilized the park as best he could
-right off route 80 if your traveling through
Cons: -safety issues on several holes throwing near walking paths
-next tee signs would be a nice touch
-not a very demanding course very flat/open after the first couple holes (but is nice for beginners and turning on new players)
Other Thoughts: Pitch and putt course if you're in a pinch to throw with limited time. Two of us played in an hour and a half throwing multiple shots just passing through.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

My "Second Home" Course

5+    4/16/2017   4/18/2017
Review By: cmsieja
Played: 16  Reviewed: 6  Exp: 6.1 Years
Pros: covers a relatively small area, good for beginners, has a few really long open shots, nice atmosphere
Cons: course crosses a running/walking path which can cause a bit of a hold up on a busy day
Other Thoughts: I like this course a lot especially for a quick round. It's not an extremely hard course but it has some interesting challenges. They recently moved hole 5, so it is now directly behind a large bush, making for an interesting shot. Lots of nice places to sit and take a break too!

Gorgeous All Around

1    6/29/2016   6/29/2016
Review By: Caveman1829
Played: 8  Reviewed: 8  Exp: 7 Years
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: -The WHOLE park is amazing. Parking right by hole #1 and loops nicely back to the cars at hole 10 and at hole 18 so makes it easy to play half or full course
-Bathrooms right by start (so again can hit them at hole 9/10/11 and at end)
-Very well marked to which hole you're on and where the next hole is.
-Concrete Pads
-Good for all levels of play, as most is open but certainly certain holes have nicely played trees (and no wooded areas). There is a mix of long and short
-Practice basket at very start, but really no room around it so practice short puts, but that's about it.
-Nice map at hole one showing the entire course layout so you can take a picture if you think you'll need it later (doubt you will as it's marked clear)
Cons: -You're close to some walking paths, though it would take a "bad" throw to actually go over a path/people.
-If you're looking for lots of long holes I'd say this isn't your place, more 200/300 range.
Other Thoughts: I thought it was a gorgeous park and the nice crowd of people of all ages there on a weekday morning though it had quite a bit of traffic for a Wed. morning so I bet on a weekend even busier. Perfect for families, we brought our two toddlers, played the front then broke for lunch at picnic tables and playground, then finished the round.

0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Woodlesslands Park

1    8/10/2014   8/13/2014
Review By: Derek B
Played: 186  Reviewed: 41  Exp: 15.2 Years
This review was updated on 10/28/2014
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: 1) Good place to go to get your tan on
2) Lots of women walking and jogging around
3) concrete tees
Cons: 1) lack of trees and elevation
2) no pro tees
3) pedestrian paths are dangerously close on quite a few holes
Other Thoughts: There's not a whole lot to say about this course. It's got some holes where trees come into play, but they are scattered about and don't significantly guard the target for the most part. There's very few elevation changes. There's quite a few holes where you can air out a drive.

The design has some S shots, some lefty and righty shots, and a few shot shaping shots as well. Even so, after playing it, I just felt that it was "ok." Not very impressed. I don't recommend traveling very far to play this, especially when Ottawa Park is only 15 minutes away. If you're in the area and have some time to kill, then hit it up.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Play Perrysburg :)

1    5/10/2013   5/11/2013
Review By: danhyzer
Played: 1444  Reviewed: 98  Exp: 29.3 Years
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: young developing park with a variety of flowering trees that appear like they we're planted just for a disc golf course.

good enough sized tee pads

I appreciated the arrows that pointed (me, the tourist visiting and playing this course for the first time) to the next tee area. Each arrow was easily found near the crown of the basket on the main pole :)

Though most holes seemed to be in the straight up the main fairway variety. Each hole had it's own particular kind of charm. I really liked # 14 as it appeared that the hole was developed big mound of dirt the whole fairway (and then some) by placing and then planting beautiful rows of pine trees to on the outside of the mound to build a natural fairway (at least it appeared as such)

very clean park, with highly visible police presence (not that it was needed, as Perrysburg is a very nice community)

good directions to the park.

I liked the main shelter that was between hole # 1 and basket #

18. It had great potential for a future Ice Bowl tournament as it had a pretty large fireplace and plenty of picnic tables.

2 kiosks on the course.
Cons: only one tee pad per hole

on the kiosk, (and this is a very correctable problem) the distances we're displayed in a light green color. So even to the naked eye it was hard to see the distances. I would suggest keeping everything as is on the kiosk, but use a black color to identify the distances so it would stand out better.
Other Thoughts: I don't think this course is geared for the top pro player, but then again. I don't think the top pro's would shy away from playing this course as it was a very nice grip and rip type of course. That as the park/trees matures so will the courses challenges (as mentioned above the trees seemed like they we're planted in mind of the course)

Playground and walking path at park for family usage.

clean restrooms.

close to interstates (highways)

3 of 4 people found this review helpful.

 An OK Park Course

2-4    5/4/2013   5/5/2013
Review By: DG_Josh
Played: 14  Reviewed: 4  Exp: 6.9 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -Well manicured park is very beautiful. Especially in the spring when the trees are blooming.
-Some well designed holes that make you think.
-Lots of benches and water fountains.
-Nicely sized, concrete tees.
-Good signage and easy navigation.
Cons: -Too many holes are just wide open field shots.
-Busy park and the course comes close to the playground. I've had people in the way on hole 14 numerous times. They've always moved for me, but it's still a hazard.
-Busy path and road come into play at several places.
Other Thoughts: This isn't a bad course, but it has limitations. Unless it's a very windy day (which is fairly common in this area) it is very easy. There are a number of fun and interesting shots through tunnels of trees. However, the large number of wide open holes is why I gave this course a 2.5. Still, it's a nice play and a great course to take new players to.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Clean, well manicured course

2-4    12/23/2012   12/30/2012
Review By: lukejones
Played: 65  Reviewed: 22  Exp: 5 Years
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: -clean, well manicured park
-concrete tees with hole #'s and lengths
-a few longer holes to heave it on
-baskets are newer and in good shape
-solid front 9 and closing holes
-restrooms located near the 1st hole
-navigating the course is quite easy
Cons: -not a lot of shot variety needed
-really just a 2-3 disc course in my opinion
-most of the back 9 is somewhat monotonous
Other Thoughts: Worth a visit if your in the Toledo area. One of the safer places to play from what I read in other reviews compared to Ottawa Park.

0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Great course

2-4    12/4/2012   12/4/2012
Review By: Coal train
Played: 2  Reviewed: 2  Exp: 5.2 Years
This review was updated on 12/8/2012
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: A brand new course.
A good course for beginers.
Located in a well maintained park.
Playground for those with kids.
As of 12-08-12 theay have added a practice basket!
Cons: Lack of trash cans along the course.
Some of the holes are close to walking trails and benches. You really got to watch for other people.
Other Thoughts: My friend and I are not the most expireanced dg'rs but we both had fun playing this course! I recomend going and checkin it out! It's mostly par 3 course with a few par 4 holes.

1 of 3 people found this review helpful.

 Good addition to the area

2-4    11/25/2012   11/28/2012
Review By: Puckstopper
Played: 24  Reviewed: 24  Exp: 16.1 Years
This review was updated on 2/24/2013
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Nice well kept park in a friendly suburb.

A handful of challenging holes with serious potential to improve the rest of the course.

Abundant parking and facilities including water, restrooms and playground equipment to keep the kiddies busy.

Zero chance of loosing a disc makes this a great course to introduce people to the game.
Cons: Full potential has yet to be realized, but the course is less than a year old.

Conservative suburban setting means "sodas" on the course are a seriously bad idea.

Course is in a busy park, and certain holes play a little too close to walking paths for comfort.
Other Thoughts: This is a nice little course in an area that suffered from a lack of options previously. Previously Toledo area residents had the choice of driving to Bowling Green to play Carter Park (not worth it), playing Ottawa Park in Toledo (kind of in the hood and sketchy), or driving to Michigan or Findlay to find a decent course. While Woodlands at this stage of it's development is not an overly challenging course, it is as good if not slightly better than Carter, and as it's in an upscale, safe and friendly suburb of Toledo, so I'd feel better leaving my kids on the play equipment there while playing a quick 18 holes than I would up at Ottawa Park. Due to the amount of traffic this course gets from non-DG'ers, it will hopefully drive some traffic to the game. I look forward to seeing Woodlands progress and improve as it will be my course of choice when I'm in the Toledo area visiting friends and family.

Update: Lowered my review to 3 stars upon further reflection and playing again. The course has significant potential to be a 3.5 star course (at best) but my original review was too strongly based on potential, and not enough on what's there now.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.


1    10/9/2012   10/12/2012
Review By: AdamE
Played: 259  Reviewed: 148  Exp: 13.8 Years
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: This course has nice DGA baskets and concrete tees with a small sign listing the hole number, par and distance set into the concrete. Navigation is easy and there are arrows on the baskets pointing you to the next hole.

About half the holes have some large, mature trees that are used very well to create some great holes. There's an ok shot variety here with a few of these holes forcing turnover shots. There is a good variety of distances ranging from 200 to 410 feet.
Cons: About half the course is wide open and flat.

The road come into play on hole 5, a parking lot on 12 & 16, the walking path on a handful of holes, and picnic benches and shelters on a few other holes. Individually, none of these are a big deal, but together there is a lot to watch for so please keep an eye out for other people on the course.

While there is a good variety of hole distances, 13 of the holes are less than 300 feet long. That combined with so many open holes on a mostly flat park makes the course a little boring.

There isn't really a line up the middle on hole 6 because there are so many branches sticking out into the fairway. The only route I could find what a big, wide hyzer shot that could bring the walking path or road into play.
Other Thoughts: The park is rather open, but the course uses the available trees well.

This is a great course for newer players (with the exception of the safety hazards mentioned above). There's not much challenge here for the more advanced player.

3 of 4 people found this review helpful.

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