Thompson Park

East Liverpool, Ohio     1 course · 27 holes     Driving directions

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-  -1 votes  + Dan W › September 30, 2010
C
-  -2 votes  + james moose graham › July 10, 2011
C-
-  +0 votes  + Doug Cloutier › August 7, 2011
B
-  +0 votes  + Don Mullinax › August 23, 2011
B
-  -2 votes  + Eric G › April 24, 2012
B-
Front 9 is pretty open, allows you to get warmed up for the back nine (or eighteen) which are much tighter fairways and are much more difficult. Cant remember exact holes, but 21-24 (maybe) are hard to play because there are trees laying all over the fairways. There are several holes on the back 18 that are pretty cool. Ravines, creek beds, drop offs, and lots of scenery. I would recommend wearing some hiking boots, just because there is a lot of uphill and downhill walking, which could ...
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-  -3 votes  + Shawn Morgan › May 6, 2012
C-
First 9 holes which are all par 3 are set up good but the back 9 are terrible, nothing is cleared out and it is way to thick with trees and brush, the outback 9 which is hole 19 - 27 are even worse. If you play this course be prepared to probably lose a disc at some point
-  -1 votes  + Scott Campbell › January 15, 2014
A
Just wish it had cement tee pads. Then it would be an A+
-  +0 votes  + Kelsey Hedrick › January 27, 2013
A
This course was built with everyone in mind, from Grand kid to Grandma. Top Nine were first built and made easy for all, the Back 18 is for Disc Golfers, the tree's that are in the way are there for that purpose, your skill will get you around them...or not....Pro or Am the tree's don't care. The fallen timber in time will be removed to make the walking paths a little easier. Overall an awesome course for all.
-  +0 votes  + Frank Leppar › February 15, 2013
B
Front 9 is really for the beginner or after work player. Generally open shots, a couple of luck holes (which I am not a fan of), shorter distance tees with a nice mix of skill required. A good score is -4.

Back 9 is really where the fun starts. Beautiful backwoods with a fantastic balance of skill and finger crossing to get through some shots. A couple very short par 4s lead their way to an eagle here and there. A good score is par.

The outback 19-27 is very challengi ...
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-  +0 votes  + Dave Hab › April 9, 2013
A-
-  +0 votes  + Jesse M › April 23, 2013
A
-  +0 votes  + Stephen Curtis › July 18, 2015
A-
The front 9 are short, open, and well maintained. There are a few trees as obstacles and almost no chance of losing a disc. This is an A+ course for beginners and casual play.

The middle 9 and back 9 are much more challenging with half of the holes in a wooded area and some steep hills to climb. B+ for the middle 9. B- for the back 9.
The middle and back 9 have lower scores mainly because they need to be cleaned up a little and need tee pads installed. Also, beware of poison ivy.

Overall, it's a very nice course that's definitely worth checking out.