Aquatic Park

Berkeley, California     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Toby Parks › July 21, 2015
B
The golf is good, the other stuff like pedestrians, urban city park, wrong side of the tracks bit detracts. Standard layout discourages novice or recreational players. If you can accurately carry 320 your discs will come home with you. With no other users I would rate the course B+ to A-. I have played this course hundreds of times and continue coming back. Course map at ebdgc. org , water, restrooms, 19 mach x baskets, cement tee pads (or painted marks on the path). Park at the north e ...
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-  +0 votes  + Gary N › April 1, 2015
B-
Wow, I was semi-dreading going to this course, what with all the wind, baskets by the water, mud, good chance of losing disc(s), and the proximity of the promiscuous bushes. But I'm here to tell 'ya, I had a blast at that course! That's a pretty darned good course! If the darned course had any signage and all of its tee pads, it could be an A or A- course. We were lucky that we went on a beautiful day with little wind and very few other golfers, and I would like to play this course again ...
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-  +0 votes  + Scott Driver › November 28, 2014
B
This was my Home Course for years and it is challenging as well as professionally laid out. While it is true that this course has seen better days (Early 90's Hay Days), it is still a pretty well maintained course (except for signage). An active club in Berkeley has helped lately, and now there are regularly maps at the 1st tee/mail box and alternate pin placements every other week or so. Important note to first timers! This is a Water Course with a Lagoon on the West (front 9) and Train Tr ...
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-  +0 votes  + Jamie Sims › December 19, 2011
C
-  +0 votes  + Billy Matthews › December 11, 2011
D
If you like to lose discs and walk in the blackest mud ever play here. Every hole you are thinking, "I hope I can find where it lands." You literally play between the railroad tracks and a giant lake. Oh and there is constant wind. Five holes you throw over large bodies of water. It also seems run down. Many holes had no signs and you threw drives from a walking trail. It may have been fun 15 years ago when it people actually took care of that park but now its just depressing.
-  +0 votes  + Edan Badajos › August 25, 2011
B
-  +0 votes  + Armando Lopez › August 11, 2011
C
Heavy pedestrian traffic makes it difficult to maneuver as well as very poor signage. Must have spotters to play course. The wind can test your nerves when throwing over the water specially on hole #8.
-  +0 votes  + Jack W › October 6, 2010
B+
There are some challenging holes here. Be prepared to lose a disc and to wait for pedestrians, bicyclists, and picnickers that are oblivious to any flying discs.