Carrollton Park

Bridgeton, Missouri     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Jonathan Riddle › May 21, 2018
Huge course, over 10K feet. Mostly open with some obstacles. Narrow fairways.
-  +1 votes  + Bill Sublett › February 9, 2019
awesome course. all about placement here. gotta play smart golf here
-  +0 votes  + Paul DISC-OR-DIE Holstein › May 17, 2017
This was a very interesting course, built on an old subdivision that was wiped out by a tornado, bought by a nearby airport to use for runways, and then abandoned (somewhat, now there is a well maintained disc golf course there). 18x Gateway Titan baskets (plus a few extras that appeared to be alternate pin placements, maybe championship baskets). Interesting pin placements included several with death-putt elevation or OB roads directly behind. To get into the A range they would need scoreca ...
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-  +0 votes  + Allen Hooper › March 7, 2019
Championship caliber course designed by one of the area's great course designers, David McCormack. This course will challenge even the top pros with tough lines and plenty of out of bounds, but rewards well executed and placed shots with birdie opportunities. Now featuring concrete teepads and a stretched out back nine holes, it has made it's way into one of the best in the Saint Louis area.
-  +0 votes  + Ryan Koster › July 10, 2018
-  +0 votes  + Karl Simmons › March 6, 2017
Love the layout but not the naturals
-  +0 votes  + Timothy O Goldschmidt › May 29, 2017
-  +0 votes  + Grant Harris › November 10, 2019
This is my current favorite course in the area. Compared to the other three I went to, this does have great navigation, elevation, trees, no mud, rolly and bumpy elevation change, which is great, and no mud. Endicott also has these attributes but it is not in as safe of an area. The length of a hole varied from 230 to 800 feet. The navigation was awsome as it told me where every hole is on the map by hole 1, where the next hole was on the tee pad sign, and some navigation arrows on trees. There ...
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-  +0 votes  + Josiah Badenoch › February 3, 2021
-  +0 votes  + Michael Allgeier › February 27, 2023
-  +0 votes  + Kenneth Spencer › November 29, 2021
-  -1 votes  + Jason Rocks › January 20, 2013
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