+1 votes John Borelli › October 13, 2010
+1 votes Jeff Woodcock › November 12, 2010
great course for a newbie like myself. i played here a lot this past spring. it is not much of a challenge.
+0 votes Mike Davis › October 19, 2010
+0 votes Jon Hines › November 9, 2010
+0 votes Kevin Fox › November 22, 2010
+0 votes Kevin Fanning › March 12, 2011
Does a nice job with the land there was to work with. Love the extra tee's and use of the space outside the woods. Wouldnt hurt to move some of the pin placements. think the place as a whole has room to grow. The course has made major strides each year and is only getting better. I give it a C+ in the winter but by mid spring it will be a B-
+0 votes joe collins › May 19, 2011
+0 votes Ned Eisenberg › January 31, 2012
First time playing the course although I went and checked it out on a rainy day once. Tee pads are really rough but some have stone dust which is nice. Only problem I had is navigation...weird spray paint on trees but I found my way around alone.
+0 votes greg kunkel › June 3, 2012
+0 votes Jeff Glynn › June 8, 2012
I like the proximity of the course to Peabody and how quickly two people can zoom through it during the day on a weekday. It is a pain on weekday during the evening because of all the little league teams.
+0 votes John Mclaughlin › June 30, 2012
better tee box and better marked would make it much better.. short course pretty fun
+0 votes Brian Dunigan › July 3, 2012
The course is not bad for the location and what land they have to work with. The trees are good for developing your technical skills but can be pretty frustrating when you nail a tree more than once.