+0 votes Alex B › April 24, 2011
+0 votes Jake Moening › March 4, 2011
+0 votes Jon Tveite › September 18, 2011
As playground park layouts go, this is better than most. It's aesthetically pleasing and has a good variety of hole shapes -- some ups and downs, some wooded and some open, both left and right doglegs. The problem is that the holes are mostly very short -- all but 3 or 4 in the 150-240 foot range. For serious players, it's not much of a challenge, but could be a good place to take kids or friends who hadn't played much before: interesting enough to be fun, but still a very manageable introduction to the sport.
+0 votes Seth Peake › January 6, 2012
Beginner course. Great course tho. Really popular with the high schoolerz, so that being said. It can be pretty packed. The course it self plays very well. great mixture of wooded holes, open holes, short/long holes and lefty and righty holes.
+0 votes jeff m › March 24, 2012
+0 votes Alex Lehecka › May 3, 2012
+0 votes Jim F › September 16, 2012
Great course! This course has a mix of challenging shots. Even the first hole has a basket wrapped in huge trees. Nice dog leg shots and a few long fairways. Very well cared for with excellent T's and targets surrounded by pavers. Open and back woods throws that range from long winding downhill, to long winding up hill. Busy, but you can usually get in fairly quickly. Nice practice area with a picnic area nearby.