Ellicott Creek

Tonawanda, New York     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + mike w › August 22, 2013
B+
Nice park to play a quick round and learn new discs, and really close to home.
-  +1 votes  + Stephen Greig › August 18, 2013
B+
-  +0 votes  + Adam Woodward › August 2, 2013
C-
Short, wet, no tee pads, tee pads in low areas
-  +0 votes  + Jimmy Carman › June 21, 2014
B
-  +0 votes  + Aaron F › July 12, 2015
C
All the holes are super short, which makes for a fast round. The first bunch of holes are wide open and then the last couple are more wooded with tall grass and weeds. My party lost three discs in all that crap. All the holes are surrounded by picnic pavilions as well, so I think the best time to play this course would be during the week, when there aren't parties going on everywhere.
-  +0 votes  + John Roy › July 24, 2017
B
Decent course, especially with the land that is present. There is enough variation and obstacles to keep it interesting. It is a great course for beginners and is still good enough for experienced players.
-  +0 votes  + John OKeefe › June 19, 2016
C+
All holes are par 3 so its a short course. Some longer par 3's. Good for beginners. Tee pads are just dirt. Missing posts but easy enough to navigate. Nice park, lots of trees. Fun quick course.
-  +0 votes  + Mike Hulle › August 14, 2016
D+
Very flat and straight every single time. Also I had to play around people at family picnics who were just on the course because it is so close to the pavilions. It was okay though. Wouldn't do it again.
-  +0 votes  + Lauren K › August 17, 2016
C
This is a nice course for beginners or if you live in the area, as it is right in the middle of town. Very short course (my friend has gotten a hole in 1 on this course). The park really doesn't maintain this course well and most of the missing signage is from the park maintenance crew hitting the post while mowing the lawn. Front 11 are more or less open with one hole near water, the back 7 have more trees and water hazards. In heavy rains do not play as the tees are under water and you end up ...
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-  -1 votes  + John Marranca Jr › October 27, 2015
C
Generic. No tee pads. Can get ghetto if you play in the summer. Good for a quick game since the entire course is pretty compact.