+1 votes Pat Linden › October 30, 2010
Oldest course in illinois, Needs a lttle work but still great
+1 votes Brett 'Barry' Lakin › June 18, 2011
Nice ChainStar baskets, but the natural tee boxes are lame. Nice and short with lots of birdies, very few driver holes.
+0 votes Robert Radtke › September 27, 2010
One of the first 50 disc golf courses ever built on earth!
+0 votes Keith Smith › December 9, 2010
I don't recommend winter play here to many sledders and steep terrain to get up and down.
+0 votes Gerald -Bussy- Crouch › June 14, 2011
Diffenately more challenging when the leaves are on the trees and the hills seem bigger when its hot out. LOL
+0 votes Justin Thompson › May 1, 2011
+0 votes Derek McKenzie › June 14, 2011
One of my favorite courses. I would have loved to have seen this course 20 years ago when the stairways were in good condition, bridges weren't destroyed, etc. Only thing missing on this course is some real tee pads.
+0 votes Aris Pashos › August 1, 2011
+0 votes Jason Rocks › October 7, 2011
+0 votes Shawn Story › January 23, 2012
+0 votes mark herbert › February 13, 2012
+0 votes Mark Oller › February 16, 2012
The most fun wins so this course is a winner.
+0 votes Noah Reynolds › June 20, 2012
Great course, lots of hills
+0 votes Donnie Longtin › February 11, 2013
If it had tee pads, it would be an A+
+0 votes Alex V › September 11, 2013
+0 votes Paul C › September 18, 2013
+0 votes Dan Sinkey › November 10, 2013
great park great course design lot of hills mostly shorter shots a few long ones stream in play lots of woods really fun to play , old historic course designed by Steady Ed ,love it!
-1 votes Chicago Matt › May 27, 2012
Learned here and will never stop playing here awsome course
-3 votes Kevin Dzekunskas › March 28, 2015
I know the course is old but that doesn't prevent upgrades like concrete teepads. Aside from that there were a lot of short holes and I found the course to be no challenge at all except for getting around and not getting carried away by gnats and mosquito's. Add concrete tees and it's a C course