Bennett's Creek Park

Suffolk, Virginia     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + David Wray › February 16, 2015
B-
-  +0 votes  + Justin D › December 16, 2014
A-
The course is great once you learn the lines and the routing of the holes. Marking, tee boxes and signs are subpar but it is a great challenge. Long tunnel shots through trees and a great variety of holes. Get a map of the course and check it out.
-  +0 votes  + charles barrie › February 8, 2015
C-
The course is in bad shape. A ton of trees. A few wide open baskets but most of the course is played in a fairly dense forest. The course needs to be marked better, you will be looking around for tee boxes and locations of the baskets. If I didn't have my buddy to help me lift him up it would have been very difficult to finish with a stroller. Mosqitos were absolutely terrible. Lost discs are possible.
-  +0 votes  + kevin holland › March 11, 2014
B+
-  +0 votes  + big skinny › November 29, 2013
B
-  +0 votes  + Kevin Herrington › September 24, 2013
C-
I'm sure I'm just spoiled but this is not your average course. I'm being generous in my grade simply because it has tremendous potential. Whoever designed this course did pretty well. If some money is spent and some TLC is given, this could be an amazing course. Oh, and it's HARD! I hope a decent disc club assembles here and puts in the work. I'll visit here again in my travels but for now it will not be my destination.
-  +0 votes  + Sean I › December 4, 2012
B
Pros: 1) Challenging course. Most of the holes are in the woods and there are plenty of trees to punish you if you don't make a good shot. 2) Mostly shaded - Allows you to play throughout the summer without burning up or getting too hot. 3) Elevation Change - This is a good amount of elevation change considering how flat the area around it is. There is a good number of holes where the elevation makes the game a little more challenging. 4) Water holes - There are two holes where you can tee ...
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