+0 votes Tim Kopacz › November 20, 2013
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+0 votes michael steel › October 15, 2013
Very Awesome course. Up keeping of course was good. Worth the 2 hour drive from Indiana. Couple of cool holes. Some holes do not have signs, and the ones that do look like a 10 yr old made them. Plus some holes you have to walk out so you can see the pin before shooting. Other than that this course is fun to play. Also another course worth a drive is Lemon Lake in Crown Point Indiana. 4 championship 18 hole courses there!!! There's a reason the Worlds have been there 2 out of the last 4 years!!!
+0 votes Jake Lyons › September 11, 2013
What a great course! No two holes are the same. Good use of elevation. A lot of technical, wooded shots through long tunnels. Many holes where a 3 is a solid score. So close to being an A. I think that some of the shorter pin placements were too easy but still fun. Had a blast!
+0 votes M L › August 26, 2013
+0 votes Bee Yang › July 14, 2013
+0 votes Chris Milano › July 8, 2013
+0 votes Jason Jones › April 2, 2013
+0 votes billy barnes › November 28, 2012
+0 votes Chris Winkel › November 26, 2012
First time here for cold turkey VII. Great course with lots of variety, front nine is pretty open with lots of birdie opportunitys, but the back nine is much more technical with some wooded shots. If you get off the fairway you'll probably be better to pitch out on some. hole 13 island shot is fun, as overall its a fun course to play!
+0 votes Mark Olver › November 19, 2012
Beautiful course! probably my new favorite.
+0 votes Donny Ferguson › November 17, 2012
+0 votes Scott Parr › November 7, 2012
I love this course. I've only been playing for a month or so. I've been to about 6 places but I've played Grey Fox about 20 times now. It's 25 miles away from me but it's my 'home course'.
+0 votes Connor H. › July 25, 2012
Good course, plays real fun. Cleaned up well, even in the forest it's easy to find discs. Love the long holes play like a 4 should.
+0 votes Charles Martin › June 4, 2012
+0 votes Marc Baillargeon › May 5, 2012
I really enjoyed this course. Playing through the woods and up and down hills was a lot of fun.
+0 votes Jason Rocks › April 15, 2012
+0 votes Dan Sinkey › March 25, 2012
This course is a mission . Long open terrain shots , tite fairways that change direction ,hole 18 is spectacular
+0 votes Seth Brozenec › March 22, 2012
+0 votes Matt Springsteen › September 9, 2011
+0 votes Brian Payne › July 1, 2011
+1 votes Jimmy Williams › June 13, 2012
+0 votes Jeff Lockwood › March 1, 2011
+0 votes Mike Ellery › November 9, 2010
+0 votes Jerry Linker › October 19, 2010
-1 votes Luke"Gringo Bandito" Gapko › October 9, 2010
+0 votes Kevin "KEV-O" Kugler › October 8, 2010
+2 votes Jim ONeill › May 28, 2012
This is the best course I have played. It is very challenging for any player. I have seen some very new players on it and they were having problems because of the hills and long walks. I sent them to the easy 9 basket course in the same park, good for a warm up. There is little to say about cons to this faclity, but it starts on the first hole, there are two basket placements for each tee off, and #1 is too short or too many branches that make it a hole too hard for most players, there just are ...
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This is the best course I have played. It is very challenging for any player. I have seen some very new players on it and they were having problems because of the hills and long walks. I sent them to the easy 9 basket course in the same park, good for a warm up. There is little to say about cons to this faclity, but it starts on the first hole, there are two basket placements for each tee off, and #1 is too short or too many branches that make it a hole too hard for most players, there just are no openings through the branches can't figure the design idea. But after that the the course is just one great basket afteer another. Up high hills blind shots, shots through small openings in the trees, such as basket 4 in the short position, fun basket. Also the fromt nine ends where the back begins and the back ends where the front starts, making it easy to avoid backups at the start, plus bumping into freinds easily to share a round. The front nine is more open, and the back nine can be brutal so stay out of the woods. There is a lot of being content with a 4 on three or four baskets on the back nine where the front offeres only one. Many cources offer cuce chances, there are a smaller amount here but it depends on the basket placement. The park is great but little aside from a beautiful park, not family friendly except from a nature angle. You want to play this course, be amazed.
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