+0 votes Jeff Kaluk › October 19, 2010
+0 votes Paul Metzger › October 21, 2010
+0 votes Reagan Schneider › June 4, 2011
Challenging, but the birdies are there if you hit your lines
+0 votes Andy Aupperle › June 25, 2011
+0 votes James T › November 23, 2011
+0 votes Lisa Harbour › April 9, 2015
Excellent course. Very clean. I haven't had a 7 on a course for a long time but found many today.
+0 votes Kirkoman L › April 10, 2013
An Austin favorite! A texas course--big, long, tight, ace runs, elevation changes.
+0 votes Gary D Juarez › December 20, 2011
+0 votes rocky frum › January 9, 2012
Love this course. Drove from Ohio to play
+0 votes Patrick Costyk › May 17, 2012
+0 votes Ryan "Tex" Kimbro › June 4, 2012
One of the absolute best courses I've played. Challenging, scenic Texas hill country.
+0 votes Jared Rittersdorf › November 24, 2012
+0 votes Luke Holtzapple › May 31, 2013
+0 votes Ben Creger › January 12, 2014
+0 votes Phill Cardenaz › April 3, 2014
I wish I lived closer to this course. It has long holes, short technical, tunnels, and a nice mix of some uphill and downhill shots. The signage is great. Hole 18 is a ridiculous 800'+ shot that is something like a question mark, that you have to cross a dry creek. Amazing course!
+0 votes Zoltan Kocsondy › April 4, 2014
+0 votes Trevor Templeton › August 24, 2014
Super challenging, well manicured course. Plenty of distance for the long throwers but tons of tight lines through the trees as well. Pick your spots carefully or your scorecard will quickly be marred by double bogeys.
+0 votes Patrick Kroll › February 23, 2015
I played this course for the first time today. Not sure how anyone could rate this less than an A+. It has everything, Long to short, Up and down hill, Left and right lines. Very unpredictable and challenging in every respect. The terrain varies from rocky outcroppings with "texas scrub" Cedar and at times thick underbrush to Oak trees and grassy fairways. Watch out for cacti! The water level was up in the creek so it even had water hazards. With no real threat of losing a disc, very shallow. J ...
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I played this course for the first time today. Not sure how anyone could rate this less than an A+. It has everything, Long to short, Up and down hill, Left and right lines. Very unpredictable and challenging in every respect. The terrain varies from rocky outcroppings with "texas scrub" Cedar and at times thick underbrush to Oak trees and grassy fairways. Watch out for cacti! The water level was up in the creek so it even had water hazards. With no real threat of losing a disc, very shallow. Just adding to the over all very pleasing aesthetics of this park. Although it was windy with drizzle (Austin winter) I had an amazing time here and would recommend this course to any real player. Not really for beginners. It is challenging and will test your manhood. Regardless of how you fair. No one will be around to witness your pain. The course has a lot of seclusion and natural relief. I enjoyed this course very much and will return. Oh and did I mention the most heartbreaking hole 18 I have experienced? lmao After the first 17 approaching 18 I asked myself "okay, what else could this course throw at us"? I literally asked that. To my chagrin I found the meaning of the word impossible! You will get stroked! Maybe have one? lol But like any real disc dog. At home at night when your curled up resting away you will imagine yourself at this park tossing and twitching, chasing the few "birds" you saw that day.
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+0 votes Jonny T › June 30, 2015
This is a really nice course with lots of varied shots. It somewhat technical with not too much distance on any single holes. There are always lots of people on this course.
+0 votes Tyler B › June 30, 2015
Fun technical course. Lots of variation in the holes and fun scenery. There are a few bombers holes too. Can get really busy depending on when you go. Definitely one of the best in Austin.