+0 votes Ryan B › November 28, 2010
great course, lots of water, nice and tucked away
+0 votes rocky frum › January 13, 2012
+0 votes Brett Becker › October 15, 2013
+0 votes LongJon Silverz › January 9, 2015
Very good course. Very open but with holes that make good use of the few trees scattered around the area. The only drawback is the constant risk of losing a disc in the water. Too many water hazards in my opinion, but other than that I don't have any complaints. There are at least 2 tees for each hole and the long tees are very difficult. The location is very scenic since its in the famous city park in New Orleans, which has lots to see and do. Some tees are natural but I prefer that so its not a drawback for me.
+0 votes Adam Hubble › February 19, 2016
+0 votes Steve Simison › June 4, 2016
Course was in great shape, signage was the best if ever seen. over all one of my favs. How this is only ranked #354 in the USA is beyond me,
+0 votes Clayton Tidwell › April 11, 2016
Very well laid out course for what the park naturally provided. Recently they have planted over 100 new trees that will create tunnels and further obstacles. Hole 9 has a very intriguing new design - it is a short 200' straight hole - but now with trellis like structure that requires a mandatory entry through a 'doorway' (see my pictures for a better idea). This structure appears to be designed to eventually have an ivy or some other kind of organic growth. Can't wait to get back and play. Within a few years this will be a solid A- course.
+0 votes Michael J › May 27, 2016
Course was recently cut by the park.