Jon Schoof

Wisconsin, USA Righty - forehand

Jon's reviews

Bear Cave Park › October 30, 2013
A
In my opinion this course is awesome. A few of the holes early and late are pretty open, but the ones in the woods are awesome. Very technical shots are required and holes very in lengths and elevation as well. When we were there, there was not another person there, so it was very tranquil. Also, in the woods was very picturesque, with a dry creek bed and up against a cemetery.
Village Park › September 4, 2013
B
Not a bad course. Plays around a large park. Typically very well groomed and only one small pond to worry about. This course allows a fair amount of elevation, especially the first couple holes and last several. Many of the holes are fairly open with thick tree lines and/or large trees. A couple of holes in the middle play through the woods with skinny trees everywhere and very little shrubbery. Good variety of distances, challenges, and lines. Make sure to check this webpage to make sure the co ...
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Spassland › August 29, 2013
C-
Very open, flat course plays through a small park. Every hole is about 150 to 250 feet, and there are barely any trees. Maybe a nice warm up course before hitting up Dretzka or Brown Deer.
Lion's Park › August 21, 2013
C+
Course plays around a well groomed city park. A small but deep creek runs along several holes. It is mainly flat, with a fair amount of small to mature trees. It is a fairly easy course with fairly open holes.
Justin TrailsClassic › August 19, 2013
A
Very unique course and location, EXCELLENT elevation, good mix of woods and open holes, $5 pay to play, well groomed. A good variety of very technical shots. Keep a good eye on your disc, five feet off the fairway could required some searching. This is a very long course and you may want to bring bug spray, there are outhouse throughout the course and decent signage.
Lustig Park › August 12, 2013
B
Large mature trees over rolling hills. Some holes are very cramped, so your line is about 5 feet from another tee pad. Excellent tees and adequate signage. A large river is near the course, but does not really come into play. The park is very well groomed with many amenities. The holes really aren't that creative or different from one another; your only obstacle is missing the trunks of all the trees.
Root River Parkway › July 21, 2013
A-
Excellent local course! A few wooded holes, a few holes open holes with heavy woods on one side and road on the other, a few short holes, a few long holes, one or two really long holes, a few holes with mature trees and minimal vegetation, some of these force tight lines and some allow some flexibility. aka an excellent well rounded course. This course is extremely new, so a few of the holes have to be beaten into shape and you could loose a disc. The tees are either dirt or secure rubber pads, ...
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Yulga › July 15, 2013
A-
Very well groomed, well laid out course. A variety of shots are required. Several holes are dog leg lefts, challenging a RFH player. Plays through a forest of mature trees, with limited vegetation; so the lines are fairly tight and the odds of loosing a disc is fairly low, but still possible.
Yellow Banks Park › July 15, 2013
B-
Way to overgrown on a few of the holes, and ridiculous water hazards. I didn't loose a disc and I appreciate water hazards, but overshooting a hole by 10 feet on multiple holes will end up in a pretty sizable river - dumb layout. The course does offer a variety of shots, and some holes are fairly picturesque. Watch out for the tripping hazards thought.
LTC Cleveland › July 9, 2013
B+
Very well groomed course plays around a community college. It contains limited elevation, and mainly open, but with a lot of mature trees that are often close enough to force some tight lines. Variety of length holes (pars on signs are very generous) and limited trash cans.
Randall Oaks › July 1, 2013
A-
Great course! Excellently groomed. Good Layout. Pars are very generous though. The holes a fairly short, but excellent use of elevation, tree lines, lightly wooded areas.
East Troy Middle School › June 13, 2013
C-
This course is very flat, no trees, counter-clockwise rotation, hugging the inside for a few holes, on grade school property. Public is welcome. Tee 1 and Pin 9 are no where near each other. On a windy day this course can be a ****allenging. It is well groomed and laid out around, and a little on a baseball field and soccer fields.
Traveler's Park › June 12, 2013
C
It's only a 4 hole course, so don't expect too much. For the beginner or someone who wants to learn their discs it is an excellent course. I go there almost every day during my lunch break to get outside and perfect my shots. It is quite open and on a slight hill, but it actually provides quite a bit of challenging shots. The mature trees are placed in locations that make the course a lot better than playing on a parking lot. So in summary - Pros: Never anyone there, well groomed, variety of sh ...
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University of Wisconsin Whitewater › June 11, 2013
B+
Very decent course. Built on a "glacial drumlin", so it provides very interesting elevation. Most holes offer tight lines with limited room to error. Holes about 4-8 are fairly tight, but still decent. Late Summer and all Fall this course is fairly mosquito ridden, and provides dense woods on certain holes. This course is right on campus, so people are quite laid back. Tees are beaten dirt or poorly laid bricks, but most holes do offer alternative tees. During school season it is not very busy, ...
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Tendick Nature Park › June 10, 2013
A
Excellent condition, challenging course. About half of the holes are skirt around the woods or are in the opening, with the other half in moderately dense woods. The woods create very precise lines, but still have an open feel to them. A couple of blind holes and long grass roughs present a slight chance of loosing a disk.
Valley View Park › April 5, 2013
B
Vollrath Park › October 12, 2011
A
Awesome course, excellent elevation. Beautiful up against Lake Michigan (water does not come into play). The first few holes are cramped but offer a challange with large valleys near the baskets. Pro shop open during normal hours.
Winter Park › October 12, 2011
A
Awesome course, great elevation, almost no one is there typically, so don't leave your light on in your car, because your battery will be dead and there will be no one there to help. Yes we did that, I had to walk miles to get a jump.
Quarry Park › October 12, 2011
A+
Awesome course, the best I have ever frolfed. Not too busy, excellent elevation, the first few holes are open and boring, but the rest make up for it.
Pettibone Park › October 12, 2011
A-
Very nice course, excellent scenery with the Mississippi River completely surrounding the course. Kind of a long course and a little confusing if you forget to look where the next tea is supposed to be. Fairly busy park but the course is not very busy.
Miniwaukan Park › October 12, 2011
B
Nice, long course, variety of length of holes. Very flat, fair amount of mature oak trees, river near two holes, but does not come into play. Rarely over-populated. Almost impossible to loose a disc. Masquitos are bad during masquito season. Course is very muddy in Spring.