NIce short wooded course
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Pros: This course has easy navigation. Tee pads are concrete. Baskets are in good shape and level. Well thought out hole design. Plenty of trees to force more precise shots. The longest holes on this course do not exceed 320ft, so it is perfect for a nice walk and quick round if your trying to squeeze in a round on a busy day. There is also a playground which makes it a great place for a family to come and enjoy the park. Even if you are a more experienced thrower, this course is a fun little 9 hole course that you can try out some new plastic on or just work on your short game. Park is well maintained and clean. Bathrooms and clubhouse available with benches and picnic tables.
Cons: I don't really have anything negative to say about this course. Yeah it could be longer, but for a 9 hole course I think it is perfect for the size of the town, and the location.
Other Thoughts: I would recommend this course for everyone. Beginners and masters! If your new to the game it will be great for testing out new discs and working on a new shot! If you have been playing for 10 years, this course is a great course to get loose and test out any new mids, putters, or just have a quick round with some friends passing through town.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Good starter course
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Pros: Sitting in a smallish park in the middle of Brillion , this is a good course to introduce kids and adults alike to the game . When you find this park , you don't park in a lot . You just park in front of hole 1 or park 75 yards further down next to hole 9 . Maps aren't provided online or at the park , but you won't run the risk of wandering around looking for the next tee . the 9 hole course runs kind of back and forth , with signage that displays the hole number and length .the grounds were well taken care of .The concrete tee pads are a shade short , but you would only require a runup on maybe #s 4 & 9 , the only 300+ foot holes on the course . The 9 baskets are in great shape, and all the holes are encased in an area about the size of 8 resident's yards . On the Saturday that I played , there was only a kid wandering around the park , so I guess it doesn't get much foot traffic because it is so small . A round for 2 people would normally on take 30 minutes , so you could get a quick workout there . To the locals : buy a disc for $15 and get out and play this park . If you are just passing through on the way to Rollin' Ridge or Grignon , then stop here for a warmup .
Cons: I am not going to nitpick on restroom facilities or trash cans ( carry in and carry out ) or benches . This course plays fast , the park is clean , and there won't be a line of players at each tee pad . Parking could be a problem,,,, if there were people at this park . For anything over a young kid or family playing here , you won't get fun factor or any quality here . The parks people did the best they could with the space they had to work with .
Other Thoughts: Not a course to air it out on , even the longest 2 holes are pretty restrictive ( #9 has a long slightly downhill throw with a good showing of trees that can deflect your driver ) , but this is not the type of course that caters to good players . You come here to learn the game , with school buddies , or with families or your girlfriend . Perfect for this . Enjoy the course for what it is .
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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Pros: 9 hole course set in multi-use park in the middle of town.
Concrete tee pad on each hole. They're in great shape, grippy, and plenty wide. They could stand to be a couple feet longer. I don't use a long run up, but I was starting with a foot off the back of the pad. One tee pad per hole.
Solid DGA baskets that caught well and were all in good shape. One pin position per hole.
For a course that isn't overly long, a good job was done with forcing line shaping. Several holes force certain lines, with mature trees as obstacles. Hole 9 is an especially tricky hole, with a low canopy, and clocking in well over 300'.
Navigation was fairly simple, especially now that the pine trees have been trimmed up. Decent tee signs on each hole, with distance.
No real chance of losing discs here, unless you really shank to the right on Hole 1 and put it in the water. Otherwise, there's no real rough here.
Cons: There's not really anything too bad to say about this course. It's not crazy long, but it's not crazy short, either.
Not a lot of elevation in play here...just a touch of rolling hill type topography.
A small amount of water, to the right of Hole 1, and a very small creek that runs next to Hole 2, but besides trees, that's the only real obstacles here.
It would be nice if Hole 9 finished closer to Hole 1, but it's not a really long walk, either.
Other Thoughts: Hole 1 starts right next to the road, so you can literally park right in front of the tee pad, which is nice.
This course won't beat you up, but for me (Int player), it's a decent little stop if you're playing Freitag or Rollin' Ridge.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
Decent nine hole in small park
Pros: The course plays through a small public park. The park was well maintained and mowed when we were there. There are large level concrete tees for each hole. These were in great shape. The DGA baskets were also in great shape and caught very nicely. There is a pretty solid mix of different turning shots needed here. the trees are the main factor here but there is a little bit of elevation to make it a little more interesting. The tee signs show hole # and distance but not much else.
Cons: This is just a basic park nine holer. There's nothing overly redeeming about it.
Other Thoughts: This is not worth a stop if it's out of your way by any means but is a perfect warm up for rollin ridge if you're coming from the west on 10.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This is a small park with a nice little disc golf course, lots of mature trees, no underbrush and a few rolling hills. Navigation is easy, there are tee signs that list distance and concrete pads which looked like they'd just been poured when I was there 7/22/13.
The mature trees give multiple routes to the basket on a few holes and while it is mostly wooded, there are a couple more open holes to add to the variety. The course is fairly short with maybe one hole over 300 feet. While this lack of distance makes course sound easy, the few hills and abundance of trees are enough to keep it interesting.
While this is a small park, it has been designed well to keep you from throwing at shelters and playgrounds. There is a small park road that could come in play with a bad shot on a few of the holes, but it should be easy to tell if a car is coming.
Cons: Hole 9 had some low hanging branches keeping the fairway from being very fair.
Not very challenging.
Other Thoughts: Really aren't many cons about this course when you consider it's a small plot of land that's used to it's fullest extent and safely exists with a couple other things in the park. It's a fun little course that's good for newer golfers since it's shorter and with no underbrush to loose discs. There is a pond to the right of hole 1 which could come into play, but it's not so close it's a serious threat.
Great course for the locals to get started on before they tackle the great challenge Rollin Ridge presents just down the road.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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