Mercer County Park

Princeton Junction, New Jersey     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Fish Food › November 5, 2014
B+
Course has had a major upgrade recently, MCDGC club is working to improve the course. That horrible rough has been mowed down between holes 6 and 7.... Many holes have been changed for the better and new holes have been created. New paver tee pads are a recent addition on holes 2-4...more to come...like 9 more hole have been agreed to by the park service.....all good things!
-  +0 votes  + Rob Girard › April 11, 2014
B
It's a shorter course with well groomed fairways, A and B gravel tee pads and DGA baskets. Mercer County DGC has adopted the course and has been working to improve the primary layout, in addition to adding another 9 holes to make this a fun and challenging round of disc golf. Even though it's located in a busy county park, the disc golf course is in an isolated area for the singular use of disc golf. It's been called "a big left turn" most of the holes bend to the left. the course is in the e ...
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-  +0 votes  + Timothy Henshaw › January 9, 2013
C
-  +0 votes  + Andrew M › June 29, 2012
C+
It's a nice course, and the designers did some creative things with doglegs (hole 9 in particular). I played the "A" tees. There is not much in the way of elevation, and many of the holes are pretty straight-ahead affairs, with little strategy required. Nice lengths, and very nicely maintained!
-  +0 votes  + Greg Breen › August 3, 2011
B+
-  +0 votes  + Andy Aupperle › June 25, 2011
C
Pros: Good use of wooded areas and open spaces.
Finally we have a course in Mercer County.
Course now has signs.
Cons: Poor course design, plays like NASCAR, nothing but left handed turns.
Whomever desided the course put the tee pads in horrible locations. Some of the B tees are way too short.
Hole 2 needs to be hole 1, why should I have to walk all the way down the path when Hole 1 ends at the parking lot and hole 2 starts at the parking lot?
Other Thoughts: Would be nice to have another 9 holes on this course

Play hole 2 first and end on one, until the pins numbers are switched.
-  +0 votes  + Patrick Chin › December 6, 2010
B