Michael Stonestreet

Ohio, USA Righty - backhand

Michael's reviews

Deer Lakes Park › October 2, 2012
A
Maple HillGold › August 20, 2012
A-
Cedar Lakes › April 5, 2012
B+
Well maintained course with a nice variation of shots. Distance control a must, and just a fun course in a beautiful setting.
Moraine State Park › March 14, 2012
A
Awesome ! Is the best way to describe it
Lincoln Park (Oak Ledges) › January 29, 2012
A-
Monroe Community Park › August 1, 2011
B-
Schneider Park › July 26, 2011
D
To start, we have no idea where number ones tee is, so we played from the sidewalk. The tees I'm sure will be improved over time, sank in a few times in the tee pads. The layout is pretty easy, but may need some direction to hole 9 from hole 8. Which I'm sure since its a new course alot of these things will be addressed. ESPECIALLY THE ROUGH ! OMG, DO NOT THROW IN THE ROUGH, YOUR LEGS WILL GET TORE UP !!!!! Good course for a beginner, but for an advanced or open player, you will be bored. Li ...
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Wingfoot Lake State Park › July 2, 2011
C
Fun little course, with very nice scenery. Getting better as the amount of play increases on the course.
Gordon Holton Memorial › June 19, 2011
B
Belmont Park › April 7, 2011
B
Wingfoot Lake State Park › October 24, 2011
C
UPDATE, course is getting a little more fair as its use is increasing, and some grooming of some foliage has helped, especially since they trimmed up the bottoms of the pines. Some tee signs still need moved, but course is definitely improving. Definitely need some goretex if you are playing after it has rained, course gets saturated, especially holes 5, 11, and 17 down by the basket.
Arboretum-Spiker Park › April 19, 2011
A-
The course is fairly open, but has water in play on 1/3 of the holes. Two tee pads per hole, and withing the next couple years hopefully 2 pin positions for each hole. The course is pretty well maintained, but not perfect, can always use some work no matter what course you play, there is always something that can be done to improve the aesthetics of any course. Course is very popular and gets alot of use. Holes 4 and 6 are the only holes with alternate pin placements for now, 4 is extremely diff ...
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