+0 votes Mike Kershaw › August 7, 2013
Nice layout. Front 9 are mostly short, but more technical. Back are more wide open, but longer with more elevation change, blind holes and deep grass off the fare ways. Plan on looking for discs. Not overly challenging, but a lot of variety and very fun to play. Play is free, but it's in a state part so you must have an entry permit. $5 for the day or $25 gets you an annual at 2013 prices. Many other activities in the park for the whole family.