David Whiteside

Wisconsin, USA Righty - backhand

David's reviews

Crystal Lake Park › April 5, 2013
Riverbend Park › April 5, 2013
Good little village of Horicon course. Not difficult but couple long shots and harder approaches. Good pads and signs easy to navigate. Stop in on your way up to Zobel to warm up if you haven't played it yet.
Rock River › April 5, 2013
Played for the first time besides winter today. Front nine is pretty decent good tees with two on each hole. Long holes for the most part and some difficult tee shots. Needs updated signage. Now the back nine is a beast with no signs at all and no tee pads thus the C rating. It could be a really good 18 if all the pads and signage were dialed in but other than that it's a fun course.
Valley View Park › March 29, 2013
Anna Page ParkEast › March 28, 2013
Woodlands › March 29, 2013
Stopped here on the way to Anna Page. The sign with the course map looked really nice but the par delegation is off on a couple of holes. Found the first hole but there are no signs for any holes so navigating the course was pretty tough. There were a lot of holes that are right doglegs. If you shoot good sidearm or left handed this is good but I didn't dig it.
Dineen Park › March 17, 2013
Charles Langer Park › February 15, 2013
Lustig Park › January 27, 2013
A really fun course to play. Not the toughest course but enough trees and elevation changes to make it a challenge. The tee pads are nice and big and the holes are marked clearly. Worth a trip out to Janesville to play.
Miniwaukan Park › March 29, 2013
Nice course for a relaxing round of golf unlike some other crowded courses in the area. Not championship but the pro tees add a different experience with 1200+ additional feet. No real elevation changes to speak of yet trees will give you trouble on 7 or 8 of the holes.It can be swampy and have mosquitoes but it's Wi.,get over it. Tee pads are being planned for 2013-2014 which will be a bonus.