Carousel Park

Marshallton, Delaware     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Abraham Koffenberger › October 17, 2010
A
-  +0 votes  + Jeffrey Hubbard › May 4, 2011
A+
this is one of the courses that really will put delaware on the disc golf map! it is a very wide open and long course with crazy elevation changes. it is fee free and man it is the course that most delawarians were waiting for. it allows you to have that huge mountain feeling distance course without the drive to get to it. two sets of tees and two sets of pin placements. if your coming to delaware this is a must see course. its right in the middle of the north end of the state and is so close to so much more golf.
-  +0 votes  + Colin Butgereit › June 20, 2011
B
Need much better signage, tee signs and directional alike. Tee pads are alright. Beautiful course and layout. Good variety of shorts and longs.
-  +0 votes  + Wes Yarnall › November 28, 2011
B+
Super fun, but hard to play casually or if your attempting to get a quick round in before dark. Easy to loos plastic in the summer. A great course that challenges your ability to strength physically as well as mentally when attempting to put a good round together. My friends Revolution bag was stolen off the course during a round here 2 months ago, so be warned of shady individuals, and don't leave your items unattended, even if your headed in the woods to grab a disc. Could use better tee signs ...
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-  +0 votes  + Matt Sandy › February 8, 2012
A-
Awesome. Started playing this course when it was only halfway done like 11 holes or so that started on current hole 6. Keeps getting better and better. The full layout is epic, serious bomb after bomb but several holes that dip back in the woods to test youre accuracy as well. I really love ripping a putter on hole 12 and trying to park by the creek. This course is similar to B-wine in that it is open with elevation changes, but really ups the anty with the addition of the wooded holes, eve ...
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-  +0 votes  + Tom Scott › March 26, 2012
A
Great long open course with awesome elevation changes and multiple challenging tee locations make it interesting. Bring your hiking shoes cuz this is no short round such as white clay. Woodland holes make for challenging tee shots that demand accuracy. Tees and layout signs could use improvement. Great course that is beginner friendly. Big bombers welcome the long fairways.
-  +0 votes  + Tim Stevenson › April 29, 2012
A-
Really big. Well looked after though, could use some help with the signage.
-  +0 votes  + Tim Eubanks › July 8, 2012
B
-  +0 votes  + Timothy Henshaw › December 7, 2012
C
Nice, Relaxing Scenery. No fee in Delaware. Enjoyable elevation changes. Not crowded on a Saturday afternoon. Extremely hard to navigate. I spent a lot of time looking for next tees and having to backtrack because I had walked in the wrong direction. I had a map and was still lost on holes 6, 8 and 13. I am definitely an amatuer and have no arm whatsoever. A 250' foot drive is an especially good one for me. That being said, I still enjoy a challenge and some of my favorite courses are said to b ...
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-  +0 votes  + Erica Johnson › February 16, 2013
A
this is a PRO course! awesome. But no tee pads.. yet? And HORRIBLE signage. Hard to find tees since they are just bricks in the ground. Some colored flags for baskets & tees would be nice. Other than that, great course
-  +0 votes  + gabe c › July 7, 2013
B
High grass on the fairway, hard to find markers if you have never been here
-  -1 votes  + Mark Mahaffey › June 13, 2011
A+
-  -2 votes  + Wade TF › December 11, 2010
A+