+2 votes Cory King › April 7, 2011
A tale of two 9's: front is wooded with great elevation changes and defined routes while the back 9 is more open and much longer although now you have mature trees and the mighty Sandusky river to contend with. A great park overall and the course is very fun to play.
+2 votes Matt Smith › April 30, 2012
Great mix of wooded and open shots. Some intersting basket placements as well. You have to walk a little far between some of the holes on the back nine. This course is fun for all skill levels and worth a trip.
+1 votes Becky Gilbert › October 13, 2012
the city park part was confusing to navigate. Those hole were not fun. Open and thrown n throw. I enjoyed the wooded holes.
+0 votes Ky "K 2the Y" Miller › May 26, 2012
+0 votes Christopher Swanson › June 4, 2012
+0 votes Clayton Osborne › April 1, 2013
over all good course and a really fun tournament to throw in well tournament.
+0 votes Jake Wonder › October 27, 2012
+0 votes Aaron Collins › March 31, 2013
+0 votes Chris Butsko › April 18, 2014
+0 votes Derek Kresge › June 4, 2014
Fun course mixing short woods holes in the first nine with more open longer holes in the second nine. Good course.
+0 votes Jake Harvey › June 9, 2014
Grooming was taking place during play. Overall a very nice course.
+0 votes Chuck B › August 16, 2014
Front nine is just the kind of wooded course I like - the back nine is wide open when compared to the front - I give the front nine a A GRADE and the back 9 a B
+0 votes jim mason › November 1, 2014
Thought the course over all was a nice mixture of shots. The back 9 could have been mowed, walnuts all over but i know that cant be helped, but i was afraid of twisting an ankle in all the holes. Sign marker for 10 is missing.
-1 votes seth vandine › February 17, 2013
-2 votes Lance Bayliss › November 24, 2010
Nice setup...would have gotten a better review if they put cement pads in.