-1 votes Michael Wildner › April 19, 2014
A little too much emphasis on the big arm, lots of OB to deal with, wind can really hurt you here, sometimes floods in the spring.
+0 votes My back is killing me › April 4, 2011
lots of big holes
-1 votes Matt Wiles › April 4, 2011
Beautiful park. Heard from a local that it's basically un-cared for in the summer. Didn't care for the course layout.
-1 votes John Gorrell › April 5, 2011
+1 votes Jeremy Gibbs › April 9, 2011
My favorite BG course. It doesn't get enough credit. When it opens up it is VERY open, but the woods holes can be brutal. The open holes are still designed well. Almost every hole has OB in play.
-1 votes Bryan C. › August 23, 2011
+0 votes Oscar J › November 4, 2011
Some really long open holes. Surprisingly the short wooded holes cost me. Played course "blind" and think I will improve. Lots of variation makes this course fun to play.
+0 votes Nick M › December 18, 2011
Great course, great location. Summer time leads to harsh conditions due to the tall grass. But, the layout is beautiful next to Drakes Creek., and also a great course for big arms.
-1 votes Dustin Fournier › April 12, 2013
+0 votes Ryan McMath › April 15, 2013
+0 votes Casey Connors › April 15, 2013
+0 votes Dan Janes › April 16, 2013
+0 votes Matthew Sherrod › November 14, 2013
+0 votes Alex Grimes › April 13, 2014
+0 votes Brad Brundage › April 14, 2014
I love Phil Moore, always play really well on this course, but it is just too wide open for anything higher than an A-
+0 votes Paul Holstein › April 19, 2014
Was in town for the BG Am tournament, played this one essentially blind during the tournament (with only a few warm up shots). Practicing a few of the mandos, and avoiding the OB, paid off. This was probably my favorite course of the weekend, mainly for the scenic shots near the river and serious OB that presented. Big course with one of the field fairways being 911. Thanks to Larry Leonardi / Essential discs being on the course selling water and Gatorade... I needed it.