Kinder Farm Park

Millersville, Maryland     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Tim Minefski › March 30, 2011
C
I lived 5 miles from the park and so I played it ALOT. Hole 9 was my 1st ACE ever. Mostly open holes with some elevation changes. There are several protected baskets and it has natural(rutted) tees. DO NOT waste you time or go out of your way to play this! If you have young children however and are in the area you might want to spend the HIGH entry fee and check out the very nice 4H area and antique farm stuff... You can also AVOID the fee and peel off left before the gate house and park in the ...
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-  +0 votes  + LongJon Silverz › August 21, 2015
A
(as of 8/21/15) Newly renovated, and still ongoing, this course is now a good course. The new improvements are great and hopefully it will continue to get better. There is now a good variety of forested and open holes and the distances are much longer than before. The new course is well designed and worth checking out if you're in the area. Keep in mind however that work isn't finished yet and many of the holes still do not have tee signs and are in need of some stump removal. Unfortunately ...
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-  +1 votes  + Jason Yingling › August 10, 2015
B
Freshly redesigned course (thanks to Steve Hawkes) still undergoing improvements. Fully playable 18 holes (9 in the woods and 9 out) including modifications to the existing 9 hole course.
-  +0 votes  + jordan doster › July 12, 2014
C
I live within walking distance. Good beginner course. If you are a veteran or active duty it's free no $6 park fee. Tee spots are natural so slightly rutted. A tee pad would make it a little nicer. I will continue to use this course as a quick play/practice field.
-  -1 votes  + Brian M › September 26, 2015
C+
course got a lot better with the expansion to 18 holes. course will get even better once they put the finishing touches on it.
-  +0 votes  + Neil Thompson › February 3, 2016
A-
The course has come a long way in the last year. All 18 holes are in and have been played and beat down nicely. The crew is dedicated to continue the improvements to include permanent tee boxes, signs and fairway sculpting. There are multiple pin location on almost every hole and the goal is to have long and short tee boxes with several already put in and playing. The wooded section of the course, all have carpeted tee boxes right now and believe it or not the grip is pretty good considering. ...
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