3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: - Course is set in a smaller park that has a lot of holes crammed in. Doesn't seem like any other activities are going on, other than the disc golf.
- About half of the course weaves in and around a small forested area, with fairways carved out of the trees/rough. There are some obvious lines to hit, like some hyzers and anhyzers. A few blind pin positions here as well. #13 has a pretty tight gap and finishes right, which is a bit tricky. #16 is the longest hole, uphill finishing behind a patch of rough.
- Some minor elevation changes here, like the uphill 373' hole, and a downhill toss on #17/#18. Nothing crazy, but it helps.
- A deep creek is on the right on one hole, which is in play for a shanked shot or a bad tree kick. The hole is only 136', but what can you do.
- Good teepads, baskets, and signage. Navigation is a breeze. Some plastic/pads around the baskets to help prevent mud pits, a nice touch.
Cons: - A lot of holes are wide open, particularly the first four. If I played here again I would probably start on hole 5 and save myself the trouble. Good for a warmup I guess, and one hole is over 300'.
- A LOT of holes are very short, with a pretty simple line. Seven holes under 200', that's no joke.
Other Thoughts: - All in all, an OK course that offers some interesting shots (that are short), and some longer holes (that are open). A great course for beginners to learn about basic line shaping, and work on distance. Everyone else will cruise through without any trouble. Putter rounds recommended!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Well, it is a disc golf course. It's four blocks from my house. Decent short course for kids.
Cons: Short. Boring. Tons of hacks playing. First five
Other Thoughts: Milwaukee has so many better courses. Dretzka and Brown Deer come to mind.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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