Middletown, MD 
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3 / 289ft.   3 / 309ft. Par / Distance:
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 Not a destination course

5+    3/1/2016   5/14/2016
Review By: ramonstone
Played: 8  Reviewed: 5  Exp: 9.7 Years
This review was updated on 5/27/2016
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Wide open so new players can learn. Lots of ace runs if you like that kind of thing. The longer holes are fun to play. Speed golf is good to play here and you can bring your dog for an easy walk. Great course to learn on for beginners
Cons: This course is more of a community course. I would not go out of my way to play it. I live pretty close and when I was new, it was fun for me because I got to learn a lot, but the more I played the more I realized I needed more challenges. No tee boxes, just posts and throw from grass. Very short, even the long tees are short for a lot of better players. There is a baseball field to contend with on a couple holes, we have disrupted a couple practices with errant discs.

3 of 4 people found this review helpful.

 Great for casual or practice

5+    5/26/2015   6/1/2015
Review By: thirtydirtybirds
Played: 15  Reviewed: 10  Exp: 5.6 Years
This review was updated on 7/7/2015
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This is a mostly open course, great for casual or practice rounds. It is very open for the most part, holes 1-10 are basically in a lightly rolling field. There are a few young trees peppered about, and one row of older trees around holes 7 and 8. The back 9 have more tree cover for more practical shot practice. This being my local course, I can say the wind can get wild. It can go from calm to gusty fairly quick, and being so open the wind really effects strategy and disc/shot placement. #8, 15, 17, and 18 are my favorites. Overall pretty good for a fun round or two that won't take too long to play.
Cons: Not much difference between pro/am tees other than distance. Only a few holes are effected strategically by the distance difference. Grass tees get a bit slick even on just a humid day (and it can get really humid). You'll get sunburned easy if your not careful, very little shade.
Other Thoughts: I like this course. It offers opportunity to practice distance and touch. If you struggle with wind, play here a few times, you will improve. Good local course for quick/casual/glow playing.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Welcome to the Great Wide Open!

1    8/20/2014   4/6/2015
Review By: Mohawk Mack
Played: 20  Reviewed: 9  Exp: 10.7 Years
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: If you're sick of trees, this place is for you. It's wide open with very little tree coverage. Grip it and rip it, and say hello to the wind! It's a feel good course with little to no thrills.
Cons: It's the exact opposite of the pros, its wide open, and very little tree cover and lacks character. Slightly hard to navigate, but use your head and open your eyes.
Other Thoughts: I've played it, it was a nice change of pace but I don't see myself play Middletown Park again.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

 Middle or slightly less than

1    12/31/2014   4/5/2015
Review By: sidewinder22
Played: 227  Reviewed: 197  Exp: 14.4 Years
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: 18 holes with two natural tees. There is some signage, not hard to navigate. Can be played as two loops to the parking lot. Great for beginners and as a practice course. The surrounding mountains with the lake is in the backdrop is pretty. There was a giant crane in the lake while I played to 10's basket.
Cons: Natural tees and mud. Not much challenge unless it's windy. Mostly flat. Might be confusing first time playing with many baskets being visible in field from tees.
Other Thoughts: The front 10 is a just a wide open flat field that I would expect to see people playing soccer or football on. Maybe it's often too muddy for playing fields, so it's disc golf course. Holes 11-17 provide a little elevation and some trees for challenge. I wouldn't go out of your way to play here, but it's great little course for the local community.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

 Great Course for Biginner

1    10/7/2014   10/7/2014
Review By: chasfowler
Played: 3  Reviewed: 2  Exp: 6.3 Years
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: As a beginner, the plus for this course it is open land. You will not loose your disc.
Other Thoughts: I found this course as a good place to begin learning the game. The course very forgiving... as for me. A great learning course to start from.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 A Walk in the Park - Literally

1    7/6/2014   7/6/2014
Review By: unsmith
Played: 13  Reviewed: 7  Exp: 6.5 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: A picturesque course in the middle (heh) of Middletown, with homes on one side, mountains on the other, and a nice big pond in the middle. Course is mostly open, so it's a good place to try out new discs to see how they fly or work on your rollers.

If you play legit, there are some creative OB areas that will make you at least think a bit about overcooking a hyzer.

Baskets all contain a "next tee" hanger which is reasonably accurate and helpful for a first-time player.
Cons: Bugs! Bug spray should be mandatory here.

Baskets are old and a bit rusty, but all upright and serviceable.

Some of the more inconsiderate people with dogs (you know the type) don't pick up their dog poop, so watch for that.

Not a lot of shot variety required.
Other Thoughts: 14 and 16 share tee areas.

If you get unlucky and huck it into the enclosed trash corral on 6 (I think), fear not, there's space in the back of the corral to squeeze in and retrieve your disc.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

 Niceties Added Recently

1    10/21/2012   10/28/2012
Review By: HawaiiJack
Played: 19  Reviewed: 17
Other Thoughts: Next tee directional signs and hole layout signs have been added since my last visit and I want to clap for the volunteers who did that. At most courses hole layout signs are posted on or near the rearmost tee but here they are on the forward tees without exception. That seems humorous until you realize that here on most every trek from last-basket to next-tee you will come upon the forward tee first. The "Next Tee" directional arrow clipped to basket #1 is comically wrong but after that they are spot on until basket #11. The tees are so widely separated on #13 there is no effective way to point you in a general direction to both. The tees here are marked only by a wooden post. I once heard righties should play from right of the post and lefties from left of the post but the new hole maps say nothing about that and I've not seen it documented anywhere. As a rightie that adds about the only challenge here, otherwise it is mostly grip it and rip it x 18.

 Not too shabby

1    8/19/2012   8/25/2012
Review By: jgonzale2
Played: 5  Reviewed: 2
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Pretty simple course with few bells and whistles. Its a free course, and has some minor elevation change. We played all the holes as Par 3 and finished even par. When the wind kicks up though it could get a little interesting.

It did have a couple of interesting holes though like hole 17. Its tucked back in a little cove. It has a tunnel about 80 feet long and about 15 feet wide. with a hard sharp left hand turn.

Cons: Overall a plain jane course. There are not many gimmicks to it, but still a pretty fun course.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

 Great Beginner Course

5+    6/15/2012   7/8/2012
Review By: zubeala
Played: 107  Reviewed: 12  Exp: 9.4 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Beautiful park in a beautiful valley. This is not a very difficult course by any means, but there is some variety on 11-18. It is well maintained (new signage as of 5-2012) Park in the lot near the lake and you will see the practice basket and 1st tee. Two tees for each hole. Great course for run and shoot. About 2 miles of running involved.
Cons: Virtually no change in elevation. Holes 2 - 6 are mostly wide open and can be subject to some pretty strong winds. There are no T pads, but the ground is very level and it really probably doesn't need them. Sometimes the grass is too high.
Lot's of poison ivy along holes15-17...still scratching.
Other Thoughts: This is a GREAT course to learn on, and to introduce new golfers to the sport. There are few really tricky obstacles so new golfers are less likely to get frustrated. Even if you are an experienced DG'er, this is a good course to build a little confidence and air it out!

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

  First time at course

1    5/23/2011   5/27/2011
Review By: mrbubbles0311
Played: 4  Reviewed: 1  Exp: 20.4 Years
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Once you figure out where you start at it is a pretty easy to figure out course layout. The wooden posts point in the direction of the pin. At least 98% of the time. The holes are fairly easy for the most part and is a great course for all skill levels. The first 6 holes are pretty easy straight holes. They are good for testing new drivers or if you just want to rip it. Luckily there was another golfer there to explain how the tees worked. Otherwise i would have been lost. It seemed like the course was well maintained.
Cons: There is no sign or anything telling where the course starts. I almost missed hole 17...actually i did at first. It was hidden in the forest.
Other Thoughts: Don't go near the bird house on holes 8/9. There is an angry, dive-bombing bird in it. Hole 4, just to the left of the pin, out-of-bounds....if you find a green cheetah, enjoy it. I couldn't find it.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

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