Carter Park

Bowling Green, Ohio     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + T. Parker › September 22, 2010
-  +0 votes  + Josh Nelson › December 1, 2010
-  +1 votes  + Dave Lassen › March 26, 2011
Very windy very tough.
-  +0 votes  + tim mason › July 1, 2011
-  +1 votes  + Eric C › July 6, 2011
Wide open course except for 6-10 (short fruit tree). The wind can be brutal but it offers an escape from the mosquitoes.
-  +0 votes  + Theo C › August 10, 2011
-  +1 votes  + Steve D › August 12, 2011
-  +1 votes  + Brandon W › August 14, 2011
Home of the windy city. Wind can be your worst enemy so take appropriate routes and watch all of the dives your disc will take in its flight to the basket. This course is very well maintained and wide open for the most part with narrow and wooded holes. The Tee boxes are amazing, flat and wide with distance of each hole posted. Get out the Big D for many of the longer holes to separate the men from the boys. Be sure to watch your disc when throwing around trees since these fruit trees will swallow them whole.
-  -4 votes  + TS Grabowski › August 31, 2011
This course is horrible and has nothing to offer any golfer, except concrete tee pads and mach III baskets. Fail.
-  +1 votes  + Brock Rohrer › September 22, 2011
Really nice open course!!
-  +0 votes  + Jake Shirkey › September 22, 2011
-  +0 votes  + Brian R › September 22, 2011
-  +0 votes  + Steve Schlicker › March 11, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Tom McManness › April 7, 2012
-  +1 votes  + Cooper Watkins › April 8, 2012
wide open, some trees, overall liked it
-  +1 votes  + Chris B › April 15, 2012
The course is WIDE open, which is nice for a few holes, but overall makes this way to easy of a course. The wind is the only "challenge" for this course. As for the tee boxes, they are in nice condition, but the graph at each box doesn't clearly differentiate which of the 3+ visible baskets is the hole you are aiming for. The cages all have the numbers worn off as well which makes it harder to decipher.

Overall, I'd say its a promising course if they start putting more effort into adding challenges. Add trees, add water, add some fun.
-  -2 votes  + Logan Van Diepen › May 9, 2013
A par 5 400' hole? Are you ****ing kidding me?
-  +1 votes  + Kasey Williams II › June 27, 2013
Nice course! One of my favorites, you can really bomb some drives!
-  +1 votes  + Louis Salinas II › July 21, 2013
Not much shade at all until the back nine and then there is little shade to be had. most holes are wide open, the tree littered ones require more precision shots and different thinking in your flight paths. most holes are spot on with their pars but hole fourteen seems like it should be a par three or four for players like john ryan and I. Nah I see exactly why it is a par 5. trees and the distance can make trouble for some players.
-  +0 votes  + Josh Thomas › July 21, 2013
Good course to get burnt on. Lol. No, front 9 is pretty open not a lot of shade. Back 9 gives you more shade. Trees are littered through out the course which requires you to have more than one shot or be pretty accurate. Hole 14 is a very short par 5, don't know who came up with that. But all in all a good course, gets busy.
-  +3 votes  + Kendrick Lemle › July 23, 2013
Living in Bowling Green, this was a great course to learn to play on. There are many wide open holes to test out any type of throw that you want to learn/develop, that are long enough to still slighty challenge advance players. There is a small mix of more technical short holes, but they have been recently opened up due to storms. Overall, great casual course, just ignore the pars that are set for each hole, they are nonsense.
-  +0 votes  + Jon Cygnor › October 13, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Tom Bundy › October 15, 2013
-  +1 votes  + Brandon"RedRum" Redmond › October 20, 2013
well maintained and very clean. nothing to really challenge the higher level golfer. Some of the holes play into each other slightly, can be a little dangerous and confusing. Looks like it can get fairly ho hum after a while, but could be spiced up with safari rounds.
-  -1 votes  + Garrett McQueen › October 25, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Travis Rodriguez › June 25, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Robert Wagner › July 7, 2014
-  +1 votes  + Nate Langer › August 18, 2014
Much like majority of courses in the area, a perfect round is a feasible goal. The course doesn't offer much of any elevation change, however, there are some well placed trees and wind is always a major factor.
-  +1 votes  + Cory King › December 27, 2014
Carter Park has been on my radar for a while now so I was very pleased to finally make the half hour drive from my in-laws house and visit one of the older courses in the area. An extremely windy day added complexity to what could normally be a low scoring birdie fest of a course. Course layout appears to be dated with mostly short distance holes that are fairly straight forward. It does start out and finish with some greater distances, but most of the longer holes are wide open. Terrain is flat ...
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-  +0 votes  + Mark Waggoner › September 3, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Shaun Chappell › September 28, 2015