+0 votes Erik Bodine › April 29, 2014
Average at best. Lots of short holes, crappy rusted baskets, kids running around trying to steal discs. Basically no signage (just shows hole number and distance), and it is not very challenging either. I am not an especially good golfer and I shot -4 the first (and probably last) time I played here. Only things I liked were the concrete tee pads and a few difficult, narrow lane shots that you have to make. Are there any others courses in the area around Bloomington that are decent? I am moving there this summer and really want a good course to go to.
+0 votes Vasilios M › March 26, 2014
+0 votes Fred Britton Jr. › July 29, 2013
+1 votes Kam Bates › June 29, 2013
Just picked the game back up and Crestmont was a great course to begin with. Challenging enough to hone your skills as you get better. Other players were very friendly and helped with hole placements (confusing at first but once you get the hang of it you're set) and even gave many pointers for certain holes. This is THE course to play if you're in Bloomington.
+0 votes Zack Jones › April 3, 2013
+0 votes Xyan Adkisson › July 21, 2012
+0 votes Jesse L. Smithers › July 4, 2012
An overall challenging course, loaded with natural obstacles (mostly trees but also some hills). Definitely fun and worth the visit, but can be frustrating at times.
+0 votes Zevon Adkisson › July 3, 2012
+0 votes Ryan Gady › June 21, 2012
By far the best course in Bloomington. It is much more challenging than the other two, and has a pretty nice mix of heavily wooded shots and wide open shots. None of the holes are super long so the are all reachable with a good drive except 18 (for me at least) and some of the drives are tricky to get there. It gets pretty windy some days. Overall a pretty good course.
+0 votes Patrick Mcnett › March 26, 2012
Little bit too easy for my first round here. A couple good holes but mostly open.
+0 votes Marcus Gresham › October 16, 2011
This course is the best in Bloomington. It has more obstcles than the other two, but is still fairly wide open. There are elevation changes but the wind was the most difficult obstacle to overcome.
-1 votes Joel Wesseling › June 14, 2011
+2 votes peter kunoff › August 22, 2011
Located on "The Hill" adjacent to low income housing.....was known as the "dangerous" side of Bloomington when I was a youngster. This course has good use of elevation change, tree-lined fairways make for nice tunnel lines. All pins are reachable for an average arm. New cement pads (long tees) are a great improvement over the old gravel pads. The course flow is awkward at times, improved signage would aid navigation, a lot of back tracking on the later nine. Holes 3 thru 5 are too easy and s ...
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Located on "The Hill" adjacent to low income housing.....was known as the "dangerous" side of Bloomington when I was a youngster. This course has good use of elevation change, tree-lined fairways make for nice tunnel lines. All pins are reachable for an average arm. New cement pads (long tees) are a great improvement over the old gravel pads. The course flow is awkward at times, improved signage would aid navigation, a lot of back tracking on the later nine. Holes 3 thru 5 are too easy and some altered pin positions would make it more challenging. Favorite holes: 1,2 15, and 16. Hole Sixteen's pin placement reminds me of Flip city where rollouts could be vicious. A fun course to run some baskets. Most baskets are three-ringed rust buckets. This area deserves a champ caliber course, sadly this is not it....
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+1 votes Ryan Overpeck › October 5, 2010
Interesting course. Lots of narrow windows adds intrigue to the course, but there are very few long holes to air out bigger drives.
+1 votes Jeff Reed › October 5, 2010
Not bad for the space they had to work with. A -lot- of trees on some holes. Really hard to find a few holes on the other side of the gravel. A couple really fun drives after that.