+5 votes Andy Bawol › October 20, 2010
Of all the Metro-Detroit courses Addison Oaks is the best. This course has a great mix of shots and holes. The majority of the course plays through the woods with a 6 hole loop out in an open field. the only drawback of Addison is the natural tees. They may be a bit uneven but the are maintained regularly by the park.(Also, there are plans to install concrete tees within the next year) The entry fee is also pretty steep but that keeps the casuals and idiots off the course. There are winter doubl ...
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Of all the Metro-Detroit courses Addison Oaks is the best. This course has a great mix of shots and holes. The majority of the course plays through the woods with a 6 hole loop out in an open field. the only drawback of Addison is the natural tees. They may be a bit uneven but the are maintained regularly by the park.(Also, there are plans to install concrete tees within the next year) The entry fee is also pretty steep but that keeps the casuals and idiots off the course. There are winter doubles out here at 10am on Sundays usually, otherwise there isn't a league at Addison. If your in town, skip Firefighters and Stony and check out Addison, you won't be disappointed.
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+3 votes Jared Roan › October 3, 2010
+3 votes John Minicuci › August 28, 2011
Cement pads only enhanced this hidden gem of a course. The next project is to clear some brush around a couple of tee pads and alter the tee posts. The plan is to move them further in front of the pads and stick up only about 2 feet from the ground so follow throughs are no longer an issue.
+2 votes Jeff Bauman › June 25, 2011
+2 votes Kurt Reichert › April 2, 2011
+2 votes Wade TF › April 14, 2011
really a sick sick sick sick course to play. tons of fun shots here. lots of ob lots of water. very fair course. great mix. elevation used to max potential. great shots over and around water force only the most accurate shots where bad shots are discriminated against with no remorse. dont come play here during rush hour if you plan to come home on 75 towards 94 during 2pm-7pm. definitely a course i would recommend to anyone. park attendant not on duty, must get a pass from the valero station at the corner of rochester and 22nd in the off season.
+1 votes Louis Caponi › October 2, 2010
+1 votes A Bee › October 4, 2010
+1 votes Janelle K › January 23, 2011
My favorite course to play at. The course really challenges you in some places. Has a good variety of holes.
+1 votes Dave Milewski › August 22, 2011
+1 votes Mr. Self Destruct › July 15, 2012
Beautiful course! So many different looks here. Elevation changes, big arm throws, tight wooded fairways, water hazards and manageable rough make for a great challenge. The people there are quite accommodating too, a 24 Chains mob group of 20 didn't even bother em. I will definitely have to make it back to this course (with a smaller group of course).
+0 votes Brandon"RedRum" Redmond › July 16, 2011
The cement pads make this course incredible. Easily one of the best courses in Michigan, a top 5 for sure
+0 votes Craig Miller › October 14, 2010
+0 votes Ryan "RMFK" Kretz › June 17, 2011
The Grass was cut.... the bugs weren't bad..... there really wasn't anybody on the course at all!! Perfect! Minus the 2 discs donated to the water gods!
+0 votes Brian Meisel › March 22, 2011
+0 votes Steven Cumbee › March 30, 2011
love the new cement T-pads!!!
+0 votes donny v › March 23, 2012
+0 votes Jon Andare › July 23, 2011
Quite a few baskets need to have scrub brush removed, brush 3 ft. from the bucket and over grown "fair ways", but still a sweet course.
+0 votes brent moreno › May 6, 2011
+0 votes Doug Watson › May 21, 2011
+0 votes Adam Mitchell › June 5, 2011
+0 votes Scottie Reslock › June 18, 2011
+0 votes Brandon "Double B" Butler › June 18, 2011
+0 votes Jimmy "Dyeing 2 Disc" Schocke › June 22, 2011
Now that the cement tees are in, its a world class course!
+0 votes Dan Bienkowski › June 28, 2011
+0 votes josh schulte › July 4, 2011
+0 votes Ken Mango › August 6, 2011
+0 votes Brain Evans › August 8, 2011
+0 votes Nick O › August 10, 2011
difficult, but with a lot of variation. this is the most fun course i have ever played.
+0 votes Taylor Goik -Dirty Mitten Disc Golf- › October 7, 2011
+0 votes Luke Przekop › August 23, 2011
+0 votes Greg Silos › April 18, 2012
+0 votes Dave Kippen › October 9, 2011
First time at Addison. Great course! Was really dry - im sure the course plays a LOT harder in the spring!
+0 votes Brad Brundage › October 9, 2011
Just an all around sweet course. Has a little bit of everything!
+0 votes Steven Welch › October 9, 2011
+0 votes Anthony Rumps › October 26, 2011
+0 votes Mark Oller › January 31, 2012
+0 votes Devon Daly › February 12, 2012
+0 votes Kyle Greenhalgh › February 21, 2012
+0 votes Luke Fouracre › April 1, 2012
+0 votes Jeffrey Sutherland › April 8, 2012
+0 votes Paul Holstein › April 30, 2012
Addison Oaks is a tremendous course, that you should definitely play if you are in the area. 24 holes with plenty of water, wooded areas, and long open fields. Hole #1 goes over water onto a peninsula and hole #25 ends with a whopper that must be 600+ feet. Cement pads are just in, and they are fantastic. Camping is available too.
+0 votes Sean Ferline › May 7, 2012
+0 votes Jon Sandretto › May 17, 2012
+0 votes Nick Richardson › May 19, 2012
Good course overall but a few holes are very technical and nearly impossible to avoid a tree or branch.
+0 votes jason kosenko › May 20, 2012
+0 votes Scott Smith › August 8, 2012
+0 votes D C › July 26, 2012
+0 votes Mitch Sylvain › August 4, 2012
+0 votes ken "sega salt" moote › August 18, 2012
+0 votes Jeremy Reisig › August 22, 2012
This course offers the best variety of holes possible for a course. Aside from the steep entry fee, this course has it all. A must play.
+0 votes Michael Cook › August 23, 2012
+0 votes Rick Carney › September 9, 2012
+0 votes Jason Tomlinson › September 10, 2012
+0 votes Brian Goodmurphy › September 13, 2012
+0 votes Russ Albrecht › November 12, 2012
I gave this course a b-b+. It was a nice course. They used the terrain well and it was clean. But the rough was to thick down low. If you happened to get off of the fairway it sucks to find a spot to stand so ypu can throw legally. And it isnt close to being a ''flip city" or a "blue gill". Dont get me wrong, it was hella fun!
+0 votes Tomahawk jr › December 21, 2012
+0 votes JT Reynolds › April 20, 2013
+0 votes Josh "Big Bird" Frisinger › May 9, 2013
+0 votes Raymond Blain › May 21, 2013
+0 votes Matt Waisanen › June 5, 2013
+0 votes Dave Minock › June 7, 2013
+0 votes Josh Cook › June 14, 2013
-1 votes Kevin Reddy › April 24, 2011
Some cement tee pads there now (finally). If they ever put them all in, this will really be a much nicer course.
-1 votes Brad Fuelling › June 30, 2011
tee pads are awesome!!!!
-1 votes Justin Goldsmith › August 13, 2011
-1 votes joshua quinn › October 7, 2011
-1 votes Brent Mitchell › January 25, 2012
-1 votes Neil Duffey › July 29, 2012
for me, the course was a good mix of everything, but parts of the course, just came off as far too over grown. one hole was literally a 2 ft wide path and thats it. otherwise nothing but velociraptor country aka thick brush... given the drive i have from fraser, i wouldnt drive out to play it again. i recommend playing it at least once though. the front was fun, most of the wooded holes can be a challenge but enjoyable, and toss in a hand full of real head ache holes... over all i wouldnt re ...
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for me, the course was a good mix of everything, but parts of the course, just came off as far too over grown. one hole was literally a 2 ft wide path and thats it. otherwise nothing but velociraptor country aka thick brush... given the drive i have from fraser, i wouldnt drive out to play it again. i recommend playing it at least once though. the front was fun, most of the wooded holes can be a challenge but enjoyable, and toss in a hand full of real head ache holes... over all i wouldnt recommend it for a new player, hell even a mediocre player like my self... takes some control to stay in the fairway on a lot of the holes.
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-2 votes B Man › October 26, 2010
Getting tee-pads will be awesome. This is one of the best courses in metro detroit. Too far for the casuals and just a great place to play. Assortment of tight wooded and long open holes. This will be the best course for tourneys with the tee-pads in. Open at the Oaks sounds like a winner to me!
-2 votes K T › August 19, 2011
Quality, way better than it was in 2006, calhoun needs to come out to prune a couple of holes.
-3 votes Becky Gilbert › August 14, 2012
Played it 8/12/12. I agree with alot of what Neil said. I would not play this course in a tournament. If we had a normal summer all the ponds would have water not just hole one. Hole 10 was horrible a narrow walk path with the basket up on a hill with mucky over growth in between. I skipped that hole. 17 thru 21 around a parking lot. boring and long Definately a course for the higher skilled players. $10 to get in was steep, The park was very nice with lots of things to do.