+0 votes Brian Goedker › September 18, 2013
The course is located at the UW Baraboo Campus, in West Baraboo Wi. My wife and I enjoyed the course so much we went back the next day for more. There were some challenging shots in the wooded areas, but overall a medium to moderately difficult course.
+0 votes Dave "Thor" Thoreson › August 18, 2013
+0 votes Brad Schultz › August 7, 2013
+0 votes Lee Krysiak › August 4, 2013
Good use of the terrain and it covers a large area, which is great for long drives. There are 2 different tee boxes which give a completely different perspective of the shot. A very fun course. Unfortunately, maintenance is minimal (trash all over) and the tee boxes need improving.
+0 votes Jim Hewitt › August 5, 2013
+0 votes Adam Hutton › June 17, 2013
+0 votes Bee Yang › April 22, 2013
Short tees are easy, but technical. The long tees are very challenging. Half are wooded and half are open. This course is a great course to learn how to throw straight tunnel shots. Fun course that has a lot of variety. Tee pads are the only con to this course. Warped and some have standing water.
+0 votes Scott Zwicky › April 9, 2013
+0 votes ANTHONY CASSATA › April 10, 2013
what can i say this course was killer a little bit broken and trashed but nothing that some clean up can't fix good challenge to the shot chasing the bird all the way through from the longs played it in spring to when all the snow cover had just thawed, still not to muddy can't wait till i get back when its green to loose some discs and see tight legit lines that gonna break out your whole bag, fine tune any skill set here.
+0 votes Jeremy Air Run D › March 18, 2013
Although several of the holes were out of commission when I played this course in early 2012 (due to construction) it was a blast! Many of the holes possess decent elevation challenges and are wooded. Sadly, I also noticed quite a bit of litter and other minimal vandalism. Overall, however, this course is definitely worth an out-of-the-way journey.
+0 votes Erik L › March 8, 2013
+0 votes Dan Sinkey › June 19, 2012
Long course great use of terrain has some holes that when you come back to play them again you'll say to yourself "this hole again aahhh" and for me that makes a course