Wish baskets were on the level of the rest of the course
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Great are for a course
Love the difficulty of wooded holes and the open holes
Enjoyed the manicured teepads
Tee signs were very detailed
Beautiful views of lake on the middle holes of the course
Plenty of opportunities to use all of your throws
Cons: Biggest con for me were the baskets, I like the innovation, but I prefer the more traditional baskets
Not the best of layouts, had to check the course map almost after every hole to locate the next teepad
From the looks of the wooded holes, it seems they have plans to clear out some more trees, which will only make the course better
Other Thoughts: Really enjoyed the course. Wish they layout was a little more smooth. Wooded holes need a little more work to be done, but once those trees are cleared out, it will only make the course better.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Texas players visit Regional DGC in Ardmore OK
Pros: Round of Applause for whoever keeps this course CLEAN! We literally saw less than 5 pieces of trash on the entire course.
Cons: This is not our home course so we were relying on course signs and noticed the need for signs to help park at the newer baseball fields and closer to Hole 1
Other Thoughts: We loved this course! Definately covers the cardio workout for the day .... but has some of the most beautiful views we have seen.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Challenging fun course
Pros: Good mix of wooded technical holes and big open shots that still require good placement shots.
Get to use my whole bag, requires alot of different types of shots.
Great place to practice angle control and being straight and accurate off the tee.
Cons: Tee pads are messed up on a handful of holes after they moved them.
Hole 1 needs to have trees removed on the second half. No line from the red tee to the basket.
Hole 17 and 18 is very tight. Removing some trees may make it more fair for less experienced players
Needs to be cleaned out in all the wooded holes, alot of "jail" if you get off line....dead trees, thorns, etc.
Other Thoughts: If there was bigger concrete pads and hole 1 was different I would give it 4 stars. Good challenging course.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
New Layout a little better/old layout unplayable
2 Helpful / 7 Not
Pros: New Layout a little better/old layout unplayable
2 good holes I like the one over the bench near the lake and the one high on the hill.
The rest are better if it is kept mowed it will be playable
Cons: forest holes to tight
non forest to wide open no shade
If you dont keep in fairway bring disc the grass will eat them pretty high rough
Very long course for time and distance with walking.
Other Thoughts: New layout way better but still would like to see the forest holes more fair
2 of 9 people found this review helpful.
7 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -Blue tees create Par 64 course for Recreational players.
-Several Par 4s.
-Good mix of wooded and open holes.
-The red tees present a Par 56 option.
-Beautiful lake views!
-There is plenty of risk/reward without the use of water hazards. Wooded holes are tight, and open holes will make you pay if you go into the woods.
Cons: -Not a great course for beginners. This course is quite difficult. Beginners may get discouraged by how mistakes are magnified.
-Ticks and poison ivy. (These are everywhere this time of year) Use bug spray and watch for leaves of three.
Other Thoughts: -Course is located on the north end of the park where there has not been much traffic traditionally.
-There are some blind holes that cross pedestrian paths. Be sure to use spotters and verify no runners/walkers are present before teeing off.
Hole 1 is a tight wooded hole that breaks right to left slightly and may very well be the toughest on the course. It is a Par 4 with a Par 3 red tee option.
Hole 2 is another tight but short hole. it breaks sharply left to right.
Hole 3 is an open drive that ends in a grassy alley in the trees. Hills feed away from hole in the woods so stay out of the trees or pay. There is a red tee option.
Hole 4 is another shot similar to 3. Open right to left break ending in a grassy inlet within the trees. Watch for pedestrians coming around corners.
Hole 5 is open but with a gap through tree line to hole. You can hyzer over tree line, but you will pay if short. There is a red tee option.
Hole 6 Is a neat wooded tee box throwing into an open left to right break with goal behind tree line. Watch for pedestrians.
Hole 7 requires you navigate a huge oak tree with woods close on either side. There is a red tee option.
Hole 8 Tight wooded uphill shot that feeds to the right sharply at the top.
Hole 9 is a tunnel drive into an open hole that ends in the woods by the lake. USE A SPOTTER!
Hole 10 is a long open drive to a goal across the grass. There is a red tee option.
Hole 11 is a subtle left to right break with the goal tucked into the woods on the right.
Hole 12 is a long drive from tee breaking right to left to an uphill goal.
Hole 13 is a grassy strip that is tightly surrounded by trees. Throw straight or suffer. There is a red tee.
Hole 14 is a wooded uphill shot with a great view of lake.
Hole 15 is a straight drive into a goal that is tucked between three substantially bushy trees. Commit to right or left. You don't want to drive directly up to the right hand front tree.
Hole 16 is a long straight drive drive to the corner with goal tucked into woods. Leave your drive to the left or have no shot to goal. Red tee option.
Hole 17 is a tight wooded lane that fades a little to the left. Watch out for deer.
Hole 18 is a tight straight shot. Watch out for deer.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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