Brian S

Wisconsin, USA Righty - forehand

Brian's reviews

Irish Waters Golf Club › March 13, 2012
B-
Rollin Ridge › February 12, 2012
A
Freitag Memorial › October 22, 2011
B-
Kimberly High School › June 27, 2011
C
McDill Pond › April 9, 2011
C
Pierce Park › February 6, 2011
C+
Vallarta-Ast › January 18, 2011
B-
Hiestand Park › January 18, 2011
B+
Elver Park › January 18, 2011
B
University of Wisconsin Green Bay › January 18, 2011
D+
LTC Cleveland › October 31, 2010
C
Winter Park › October 7, 2010
A
O'Hauser Park › October 7, 2010
B+
Silver Creek Park › October 7, 2010
A-
Lower Cato Falls County Park › October 7, 2010
B+
Telulah Park › June 14, 2012
B+
Mead Park › October 7, 2010
C-
Standing Rocks › October 7, 2010
A
Pros: Unprecedented variety of holes. Beautiful views of lake and well-aged, sculpted forest leave a lasting impression. Large boulders and mature trees dominate the landscape, adding an artistic quality to the park. Tee pads and hole areas are frequently surrounded by deliberately placed rocks that serve to create flat, side-hill areas. Semi-soft, black rectangular pads make for mostly-flat tee areas. Most holes have two sets of tees. Roughly half of the holes have one obvious flight path while ...
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Pamperin Park › October 7, 2010
C+
Pros: Large, brick tee pads offer good footing. Holes 1, 2, 4, 5 and 9 are closer to the civilian area of the park and have well-maintained grass. About half of the holes' signs are still intact. Good half-and-half mix of short (200-300 foot), wooded holes and long (350-400 foot), open holes. Equally playable for backhand and sidearm throwing styles. Course traffic is almost always light, so it's possible to arrive at the course and tee off without waiting. Mature trees are a strong presence on ...
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Pinecrest Park › October 7, 2010
C-
Pros: Big arms have a few holes on which to really let loose. This makes a good practice course- majority of holes are wide open so any throwing style can find success. Two sets of tees. Holes 13-16 are wooded and curved in both directions to finally put some variety on the course. Cons: The four wooded holes at the end of the course are so wet and muddy that they are virtually unplayable except July through September. Wooden bridges are poorly implemented; you will find yourself stepping into ...
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Yulga › February 12, 2012
A
Pros: Excellent variety of holes in terms of path, distance, and tree obstacles. Course is carved from tall trees with thin trunks. Mature forest provides for a memorably scenic round. Majority of holes have signs intact for all three sets of tees. Large, concrete tee pads and benches made from tree trunks. Most holes are 250-350 feet but require precise turns and fades in order to successfully negotiate trees. Finish the round with your best bomb drive (420 feet with trees guarding the basket a ...
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PlamannApple Creek › October 7, 2010
A-
Pros: Plenty of space for big arms to flex. Several 350-450 foot holes that can accommodate any style of throw. Many possible routes for nearly every drive. Sky it toward the hole or wind around some well-placed, mature trees in the fairway. Excellent footing on concrete tee pads, many of which are surrounded by black mesh to prevent mud around the pad. Good accurate signage with a bench and trash can for every hole. Elevation changes are frequent and subtle rather than spiking uphill and downhi ...
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Grignon Park › November 28, 2010
B+
Pros: Grignon ("green-oh") Park has excellent variety of holes. Short (200-300), long (350-400), three steep uphill, two downhill, straight and both directions of curved holes are all present. The three most sloped holes have railings to aid climbing. 13 out of 18 holes have alternate tees. All tee boxes are cement for good footing. Signs with distance measurements are present for all holes. Nearly every tee box has its own permanent bench. Most fairways that are prone to become muddy are blanke ...
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Triangle Sports Area › October 7, 2010
C
Pros: Above average variety of holes. Elevation freaks will definitely get their fix at this course. Number 18 is fun as a potential game-breaker during competitions (large hill which any drive has a fair likelihood of rolling down). Good course for practicing elevation changes and windy shots. Large parking lot and compelling ski hill location. Mostly open holes are forgiving for beginners. Most holes have signs with distance measurements. Two sets of tees. Cons: Constant uphill, downhill hiki ...
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Perkins Park › October 22, 2011
B
Pros: Long course compared to others in the Green Bay area. Painted wooden posts for the tee areas. There are signs with arrows after each basket to help navigate the course. Course is almost entirely grass and very flat. There are only 9 baskets, but most of the alternate tees are different enough to make it feel like a full 18 holes (much more varied tee placement than Pamperin). Some of the alternate tees are hundreds of feet away from each other, so there is a completely different fairway to ...
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