Findley State Park

Wellington, Ohio     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +6 votes  + Tim Krosse › September 8, 2012
B
The Findley State Park course in Wellington, Ohio now provides a re-designed 18 hole course. 20 minutes from Medina. 25 minutes from Norwalk. The new and improved layout (Summer 2012) by local players is now the type of course when you finish playing 18, you're going to want to play 18 more to get a few strokes back. Timewise, it takes about 75 minutes with a two-some and about 2 hours for a four-some. The newly positioned holes are strewn about many species of mature hardwood trees in a mostly ...
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-  -1 votes  + John Sales › May 2, 2011
C-
I rate this course 2.5 out of 5 stars. - Plenty of parking - The park itself is very large with camping and multiple activities. - There is a bathroom (permanent outhouse) by hole #8’s basket - The entrance is marked with a very nice sign and billboard - The flow could be considered a con, however, the use of available land was done well even though the overall flow can be difficult to follow. Thanks to the accurate course map posted on the billboard, you can navigate your first time o ...
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-  -1 votes  + Dave D › May 28, 2011
C
-  +1 votes  + Brian Shega › October 25, 2012
B+
-  +1 votes  + Larry Bright Jr. › January 1, 2012
C-
interesting course that is for the majority densely wooded. the first two holes tease you with easy open birdie shots, but then you get thrown into some serious trees (and muck when i was there) for the remainder of the course. not many distance holes, but very very technical. still enjoyable tho. natural tees always bring a rating down, as traction was iffy at best. the baskets were also smaller and harder than the standard basket (i think they were the lightning ones), which caused a few ...
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-  +1 votes  + Jim May › October 23, 2012
A
Great job out here guys it is like a new corse tee pads rock thanks again this is my new hang out/get away from a C to a A
-  +2 votes  + Adam Selzer › August 15, 2012
A-
Findley State Park now has 18 holes with the original front nine completely revamped. The front nine is much longer and alot more difficult now. Altogether a much different flow and feel to the course.Concrete pads coming soon but for now the natural tees are in good shape.
-  +3 votes  + Gina Devereaux › August 15, 2012
A-
A-
-  +2 votes  + Jared Heberling › August 22, 2014
A
Must play! We are in the process of remounting baskets permanently.
-  +3 votes  + Thomas Armbruster › October 9, 2012
B
a B for now give it time to get broken in an some dead wood to fall an this course could quickly become an A ,over all well done not to long but not a pitch an put either, lots to challenge all plays this is a hard course if you dont like trees,as there are trees on all but 2 holes ,with that said the play still seamed pretty well fair from both sides (left or right) so have fun an may your disc fly true.
-  +2 votes  + ManFred "The Basket Molester" › April 16, 2013
A
This place has been re vamped BIG TIME! It went from mediocre to outstanding in my opinion. New design, new tee pads, new feel. Make a trip back out to Findley State Park, you won't be sorry
-  +2 votes  + Matt O › November 4, 2012
A-
Relaxing, quiet, place to play. Very technical, heavily wooded course. More people should come and check out this hidden gem. Relatively new, already has concrete tee pads, benches. If you like Parma, Punderson, Portage Lakes or Massillon, you won't be disappointed.
-  +1 votes  + Vic S › January 27, 2013
B+
-  +1 votes  + sean black › June 23, 2013
A+
-  +1 votes  + Dominic G › July 15, 2013
B
The course is a ways out there and there isn't much close to get a bite to eat so pack a lunch. It felt like a cross between Punderson and Portage lakes for those that have played both. It was pretty flat so I didn't get too worn out playing and it has tons of shade for hot sunny days. Some fairways are pretty tight with trees throughout. The layout feels well planned and concrete tees are nice. You have to be on top your game to score low. Very nice place to play.
-  +1 votes  + Jesse Both › August 15, 2013
B+
Fun,technical,wooded,challenging,leaves you scrambling most of the round,better birdie the holes you should birdie.
-  +1 votes  + Dale Hodgson › August 19, 2013
A-
I've only played this course once (June this year) and loved the place. Definitely coming back. I understand the course has changed a lot in the last year or so; hopefully those changes will continue. The holes are not overly long but can be technical. There seem to be a fair amount of left to right shots here so lefties and folks that throw good forehands should be comfortable. I can't do either but can throw decent anhyzers so it didn't bother me in the least. Personally,I love the way it sets ...
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-  +0 votes  + Isaac Lilly › July 12, 2014
A-
They could really use some permanent basket placement and a bit more signage for direction. A few holes had really deep brush fairways making locating drives difficult. Other than that. Loved this course. First time play through and it was a ton of fun.