Mohawk DGC

Brantford, Ontario     1 course · 18 holes

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-  +3 votes  + Jeff Kennah › February 6, 2011
Lots of big trees. Some fun ace holes. You dont need to be a long driver to score well....but it helps.
-  +3 votes  + Ethan Brown › March 17, 2014
very unique course, in a very nice park
-  +2 votes  + Bryce Hill › November 23, 2010
Short & technical 18 hole course. Roughly 4650' / 1,417m, Par for the course is 54. Natural tee pads, wear good shoes, tee pads do dry up fairly quickly but are uneven in spots all the time. Your throwing at Mach 5 Baskets with orange marking tape on the pole. There is some slight elevation changes, the layout figure 8's through the park with excellent flow. Trees can be very deceiving here and can bite into your score quickly. Lots of shade in the summer, weekends can be hectic with picnickers ...
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-  +2 votes  + Atom Czar › July 24, 2011
Best course for beginners IMO, Shorter holes, mostly easy to progress to next hole w/o confusion, and always well groomed with so little room for a lost disc. You need to learn accuracy to get through the trees, and there is an adjacent soccer field to practice driving techniques at full power w/ minimal lost discs(if you throw them all at the same time)
-  +1 votes  + lester Bereziuk › March 26, 2012
Lots of Leaves in the fall. Best park to play period in hot weather as theres a lot of shade.Multi use park . Sundays there a lot of picnicker ..but have always been able to get through. Hard to lose your disc..accurate shots required or you'll be tree banging alot. Low shots required due to trees no high shots so the longer holes you have to have power..which brings in the trees again. Close to all amienities ..stores,coffee,lodging etc Lots of safe parking at hole #1 and #18 finishes there
-  +1 votes  + chris morlock › June 30, 2014
This course helps you fine tune your shots, as the many trees will cause havik on your overall score, if not avoided. Only one set of pads and in rough shape. Wet seasons are frustrating as there is very little drainage. Leaves can be as bad as snow, so watch closely. The tight loop is very nice, an average round takes about 45 minutes. It's well shaded on hot summer days, so play all day! There are many aces to be had at this course.
-  +1 votes  + Tim Young › July 11, 2012
Awesome course. Very technical, with shorter holes situated amongst 100 year old oak trees. Course really tests your accuracy. There's new tee signs now, and more soil has been added to the teepads. 18 holes, flows well, you'll want to come back for more. Beautiful park, Mohawk is where it's at!

-  +0 votes  + John May › August 3, 2011
Nice straight course through a shady park with well spaced trees. The lack of undergrowth makes play pleasant and forgiving. One of the few free to play courses in Southern Ontario which is a big plus!
-  +0 votes  + Kevin McIntosh › January 17, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Matt Walma › February 5, 2012
Wear your rubber boots, this course can real sloppy. Effort has been made by grounds crews to fix the driving pads. I find the pins difficult to see from the tees, and at twilight. Some good ace tries, and lots of trees make for a fun course.
-  +0 votes  + Dustin Fournier › April 10, 2012
Teepads are horrible!
-  +0 votes  + Mike Masters › May 22, 2012
Decent course. Fairly short holes that are well protected. Tee pads are a little on the hazordous side. i like playing this course a few times a year and you can usually play a round here pretty quick.
-  +0 votes  + Ken Myers › February 24, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Andy Smith › February 26, 2013
I rolled in to town at the perfect time for a full round at this beautiful course no wait and the weather was awesome. Lots of shade here and the only people I did see were really helpful and friendly. Bummed I didn't ask them to play with us I should have. The course plays threw old stand of trees some of which were huge! Short holes but good basket placement makes it challenging. This place would have my A + rating if it had tee pads. It's defiantly worth pulling off the highway for. We played ...
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-  +0 votes  + Bill Currier › April 28, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Jaynen Reibling › October 11, 2014