+1 votes Matt Smith › April 28, 2012
The park is tough to find, stay on Lobdell after Monts. Nice surroundings. This course offers a nice mix of open and wooded shots. There is some tall grass, so watch out for ticks. There are also some small water hazards. This is fun and challenging, worth the trip.
+0 votes Ryan Sitler › December 27, 2010
Awful perty in the snow.
+0 votes justin mccall › March 6, 2012
+0 votes Bryant Williams › March 17, 2012
this curse was great alt of elevatin changes.
+0 votes Rob Jackson › April 12, 2012
great terrain and a little of everything...open fields, narrow wooded holes, cliffs, creek, long, short, yep!
+0 votes Tim Rice › May 10, 2012
+0 votes Josh Isaac › April 30, 2013
+0 votes Aaron Collins › March 12, 2013
This course is a long walk. Several miles walking for one round
+0 votes DETROIT J › April 11, 2013
Some fun shots here. A lot of "throw your arm off" type holes. Rangers watching , hidden in woods and on ridge top. Deer-flies totally ruined my game both times & I haven't been back.
+0 votes Rob G › April 16, 2013
This course has everything your looking for-- concrete tees, open fairways, woody impossibles, scenic lanscapes wilth minimal distractions. I play this course every other week as it is only 15 min. away. Worth the drive from anywhere!!
+0 votes Ashton Doyle › June 13, 2013
+0 votes Chris DAndrea › July 30, 2013
+0 votes Phil Tucker › August 25, 2013
great course! like anywhere outside there will be bugs. pull your skirt up and get out there
+0 votes Glenn Burtis › January 7, 2014
+0 votes Chris S. › March 17, 2014
+0 votes Nic Rehl › March 27, 2014
+0 votes L S › August 27, 2014
Perfect course, long holes that somehow ALWAYS seem to be maintained.
+0 votes Nicholas McDowell › March 29, 2015
+0 votes Mac Walker › April 23, 2015
+0 votes Ben B › May 3, 2015
Awesome mix of long distance to shorter holes. If you can throw in the 300+ range consistently, the long tees are super fun. Nice elevation changes, and a few down in the woods give it nice diversity.
+0 votes Cary McConnaughey › July 1, 2015
First time back after a few years, tough finding it due to construction (not the course's fault). No map of the course and limited, to no signage at the pads. Thankfully someone drew the layout of the holes on the posts with a sharpie. Without the cave drawings and other than the direction of the pad I wouldn't know where to throw. The course was in great shape considering the recent rain. Once we figured out where we were going it was great and we had a blast. Need to remember to bring a voluntary donation next time - didn't bring cash.