Pearland, TX 
Centennial Park DGC Share
Uploaded By: ERicJ Hole #7 (Taken 5/2013)
4 / 375ft.   3 / 329ft. Par / Distance:
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Fun 9 that can play as 18 with alt tees

1    12/5/2020   12/6/2020
Review By: Superbford
Played: 10  Reviewed: 10
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Well laid out.
Fun for beginners to advanced.
Two sets of tees give you a chance to play 18. Some have different par with tees. Others offer different angles for tee shot.
Mostly short to medium holes
Not many chances to lose a disc.
Advanced players can go low
Cons: Dirt tee pads except for the main tee for hole 1.
No real long holes
Hole 1 green holds water after big rains. It can take a couple of days to dry out.
Possible to lose a disc to the water on the right on holes 1 and 2
Baskets aren't great. Putts can slide through chains at times
Dirt tee pads are worn out in places. Could really use some concrete pads.
Other Thoughts: I look forward to going back to this course a few times and learning the lines. I only live about twenty five minutes away. I rate it a 3. With an upgrade of baskets and the addition of concrete pads I think it would be a 4.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Better than I remembered

2-4    9/11/2020   9/11/2020
Review By: duglius
Played: 26  Reviewed: 5  Exp: 14.4 Years
This review was updated on 1/30/2021
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Low ceilings are interesting. Some good mandos and channels to hit. Some left and right-handed, although more RHBH, I think.

Alternate tees actually provide nice variations.

New signs showing both sets of tees. Simple feature of tape on the basket pointing to the next tee is surprisingly helpful.

Much of the course in shade, which is a nice change from many of the area courses.

Park seems well-kept at this time, with pretty low grass and no underbrush around the trees.
Cons: Dirt tees a little uneven and look like they could get muddy at times.
Other Thoughts: Generous par, short overall, and errant shots do not require long searches or bad recoveries. Which makes it beginner-friendly.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

  Nice updates

5+    7/18/2018   7/19/2018
Review By: RHCP
Played: 1  Reviewed: 1  Exp: 8.1 Years
0 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: Cleaned up all the dead limbs. Trimmed some of the low hanging branches. Re-positioned some of the targets. Have seen a few girls playing last couple of times we've be out. Really good for the sport. Lots of Dads and sons. Really really good for the sport.
Cons: Could use a mow right now but understandable. City owned and have recently had a lot of rain.
Other Thoughts: Making this my home course. Love the layout. Semi-challenging

0 of 4 people found this review helpful.

 A Mostly Average Nine Hole Course!

1    10/1/2017   10/1/2017
Review By: The Valkyrie Kid
Played: 1505  Reviewed: 1450  Exp: 42.9 Years
This review was updated on 10/4/2017
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The Centennial Park DGC is set on maybe a two block area of scattered trees. The part close to the street is more field than lawn. This park lost quite a few trees with he flooding and the course plays a bit easier now. Hole # 1 especially lost trees which have affected the difficulty.

Only hole # 1 has a concrete pad and that's just where the sidewalk ends. The rest are worn spots in the grass which does indicate that Centennial does get played. These natural pads do have the front board. The signs are the old school fiberglass ones. The baskets are DGA models with the # on the inside pole in yellow. The remaining eight holes all felt very similar to me. You're throwing a lot of tunnel shots needing to miss a tree or two. # 9 is longer at 426' but it still has exactly the same feel, it's just longer.

Hole 1 is 375' through the trees with the river/creek ever-present on your right.
Cons: The grass on # 1 was high and wet this morning. The rest of the the course needs mowing.

Holes were all eerily similar. They're fun and everything, just not terribly unique or challenging. Not blaming he designer as he did what he could with what he had to work with.

Natural pads are never he best. But I'm always pleased to see a front board. Keeps player from creeping up and up. Soon, the natural pads are elongated and shabby looking.

The area here doesn't feel parklike to me. Has more of the feel of a piece of undeveloped land somewhere.
Other Thoughts: I was all set to award this park a very fair and deserved rating of 2.5. But after playing Centennial this morning, I drove over and played Bayou Bend DGC and I enjoyed it so much more. It's in a lovely grassy park with concrete pads and these great little tee signs. The golf holes are fairly similar in difficulty and creativity. So I think Bayou Bend is a very average little nine hole course but slightly superior to Centennial. Bayou is not a 3.0. It's your typical little average 9 hole, city park course which are found everywhere. What does that make Centennial? Because of the comparison, I say Centennial is a decent course and gets a reasonable rating of 2.0.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

 Fun little 9

1    7/12/2017   7/14/2017
Review By: Pizza God
Played: 989  Reviewed: 353  Exp: 33.1 Years
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Easy to follow
Decent holes with defined fairways
Lots of shade
Only disc golf in this park
Cons: Tee signs need updating
grass/dirt tee area
Other Thoughts: Centennial park is a small park with several large trees. The nine holes use just about 100% of the park.

Parking is across the road, and you walk over to hole 1, the only cement tee pad using the end of the jogging trail.

First holes have some distance, then you are throwing back and forth, using natural fairways formed by the large tree's.

Grass is super thick.

Would I play here again?

yes, this is a fun little 9 hole course, while not a destination course, if you are nearby and have the time, it is worth playing.

1 of 3 people found this review helpful.


1    9/15/2015   9/16/2015
Review By: Tmcalist
Played: 177  Reviewed: 5  Exp: 17.3 Years
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: It definitely used the space it had for a 9 hole course the best way possible. I fortunately had a great first time experience playing this course because I got to play it with Cory, the course designer. So like all players know, playing a course for the first time can be frustrating having to search for the tees and what basket you are shooting at. Having Cory there eliminated that for me. Some long holes but majority were shorter, but not easy. Just the right basket placement to make each hole a challenge.
Cons: Not enough signs telling you where the next tee box is. All grass tees and the alternate tee positions were near impossible to find, even for the person who placed them there. The grass was very over grown and not well maintained. One other con were the signs and posted distances. Most of them were wrong or partially scratched out and had distances written in marker. Some of the markings I believe had faded or were hard to read.
Other Thoughts: Overall I would definitely come and check it out. Great small course you can play quickly. Won't really lose a disc which is nice. Just wish it was a bit more groomed and the next tee box was more obvious as to where the next hole was, but no big deal!

5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

 Love it!

5+    1/28/2015   1/29/2015
Review By: smootheffect
Played: 7  Reviewed: 2
1 Helpful / 7 Not
Pros: Remote land away from the rest of the park. Quick play so can play the course 2/3 times easy. Low lying tree lines which tempt you to use a variety of different shots/discs out of your bag.

Perfect for beginners & intermediate players
Cons: Despite it being next to a creek, there's a lack of give it a few days of sunshine after a rain or the course will be soggy full of puddles.

Other Thoughts: I play this course at least once a week despite the weather, its fun, challenging, and quick fun. definitely work the drive to check it out.

1 of 8 people found this review helpful.

 Great Course

5+    4/12/2014   4/14/2014
Review By: DG Drunken Master
Played: 24  Reviewed: 2  Exp: 8.1 Years
0 Helpful / 7 Not
Pros: well put together with a range of different looks. this is my home course and compared to others I am happy to have it close to home.
Cons: A few boxes could be tightened up and yardage is not always visible.
Other Thoughts: I saw Cory out there measuring the course and said he was going to put up some updated signs. I cannot wait for that.

0 of 7 people found this review helpful.

  Home Course LOVE IT

5+    12/5/2013   12/13/2013
Review By: txtroutslayer84
Played: 1  Reviewed: 1
2 Helpful / 6 Not
Pros: I love this course! I feel like with the space that is provided i do not think it could be any better. I love that it is its own section of the park and only other golfers are there. It is a clean and well kept park. The best feature i think is that the course has a very technical shot apeal to it. All of the holes have a very nice flow to them. Well shaded which is very nice in the summer trees also have a nice canopy effect on a couple of the holes most noticeably hole seven. The alternates make this small course fun and offer different looks to all most every basket. All in all I love it i can play a round ion about an hour or less by myself and I have been known to do a couple of laps. It to me does not seem repetitive as most holes have alternate lines as well as different tee placements. I hope Cory and Griff keep making courses they really know how to use the enviorment and provide a fun and challenging course.
Cons: The tee box on five is a little rooty could use a bench or two and please fix the signs. All of rthese things will be addressed im sure and i had to really think about the cons
Other Thoughts: Go see cory at corys bike shop on thirty five he designed this course and is a great guy to get some advice new discs or just bs about golf.

2 of 8 people found this review helpful.

 Centennial Pearland

5+    10/20/2013   10/22/2013
Review By: DikkaD
Played: 10  Reviewed: 2
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Low tree lines.
Multiple lines on most holes.
Alternate Teeboxes
Away from other park "goers"
Lighted Parking
Cons: Short Holes
Some repetition, though the alternate tees help.
No elevation, or other obstacles. (Hole 1 from the longs has water on the left that is OB)
Other Thoughts: This is a decent course for intermediate/advanced players but will suit new players well. There is enough difficulty to seperate the skill levels but enough ease to allow scores well below par. I recommend this to all skill levels as it should help to hone your short game.

2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

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