Lakeview Church

Parma, Ohio     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Mitchell Sintic › September 18, 2012
-  +1 votes  + Dale Hodgson › April 13, 2014
The course is now a full 18 holes; the property is much more utilized than in the past. Obviously some thought went into the new layout. Holes through the woods were tight and required various types of shots. Holes that were not long required technical shot making. There was one map available on hole one which my group used; we put it back since it was the only copy. There were signs with arrows on the baskets but some were pointing in the wrong direction. Some signs were on the tees which he ...
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-  +0 votes  + Chris Konzelman › December 2, 2011
as of right now this course is set up the easiest it will ever be. for begginers and the youth gruops. Needs some clean up but the holes are short with birdies a plenty. Hole 7 long is the toughest one so far shooting about 300 over the water if you want that bird. but alot of potental on this course for future play. 9 more holes will emerge in the surrounding woods, and longer alternate pin placements in the future....good stuff!....not to mention its a great short course for GLOW!
-  +0 votes  + Larry Bright Jr. › May 18, 2013
not a bad little course. main drawback is the natural tee pads...footing was bad. but the layout was phenomenal. and hole 7 with the pond, impressive to say the least. that long tee will probably eat a good bit of plastic. the same could be said for the pin placement on number 8...putting strong could put your disc right into the pond. the other drawback was the walk back after hole 9. hopefully they will add some more baskets, cuz there appears to be a good chunk of open land back there that could accomodate and help pull the course together.
-  +0 votes  + ManFred "The Basket Molester" › March 14, 2012
My 1st Ace! Thank Jah there were some people fishing to witness it and sign my disc . I was just stoppin thru on my way home and was only going to play 1-6. After the UNO I had to finish the round. Too bad I missed 3 other birdie putts inside 20 '. Fun track
-  +0 votes  + James Humphrey › June 18, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Eric Reebel › July 12, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Stormey Giaimo › September 25, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Angela S › September 9, 2012
Good course for beginners !
-  +0 votes  + dan panfil › January 14, 2014
After playing the permanent layout quite a few times I love this course. I've heard it called beginner friendly but find that only half true. Some shots here very demanding and amongst the toughest in the area ( #6 #10 ). The layout is smooth after a few rounds, at first very a little confusing with no directionals or tee maps. Has come a long way in the last year and the designers have done a great job with the 'improvements. Beautiful scenery and laid back atmosphere never feels rushed or intimidating. Very fun course!
-  +0 votes  + Kevin Sinko › August 13, 2013
A little confusing the first time through. Some baskets are missing and the tee boxes are not marked so well. Nice course all and all once you figure it out.
-  +0 votes  + Rob Yaddi › September 27, 2013
Amazing Secluded Course! No signs or tee pads.
-  +0 votes  + Ruslan Lozitsky › May 1, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Jerrod Jacobs › July 12, 2014
This is my first review here. I made this account because I felt it a shame that some people migh t never play this course, or wait to play it. Look at the dates on the reviews. There is a huge upswing after course redesign. I have never played the old layout, but I love the course as it is now. Some nice tunnel shots, a 400 foot throw across a lake (Don't worry. There is a short tee.), and one of the prettiest walk ups to. Hole that I have seen (heading from hole 8 to 9). If you are from out ...
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-  +0 votes  + katie meloy › August 1, 2014
This course is very fresh, and definitely has room for improvement. Signage could be improved upon. If you're not familiar with the course you may get lost after hole 3. Some of the baskets do have tape indicating the direction of the next tee, but not all. Also, there are a few concrete tees--but they are SMALL. Overall, the area is beautiful and for being wooded I didn't see much poison ivy. Plays fast, and does have a few challenging wooded holes.