+3 votes Justin Hulsebos › March 27, 2013
Still far too new for a comprehensive review. This is a good mix of tight shots and open fairways. The shorts/longs are a nice touch for a 9-hole course. Beware the water on 7, as the river may carry your disc away.
+0 votes Kevin McGrew › June 8, 2013
+0 votes Floyd Genovese › July 22, 2013
Course still needs alot of work. Wouldn't travel to play this course. Overal a C-
+1 votes JD kozlik › July 23, 2013
+0 votes mike hammer › July 24, 2013
+0 votes Durk A. Gordon › October 2, 2013
+1 votes dan garrison › January 11, 2014
+0 votes Chad Cole › September 4, 2014
Great short course that offers a little bit of everything. I really enjoyed the layout, and the additional tee pads made it well worth our time to go back through. The park itself is in need of a little spring cleaning, but that's to be expected after the never ending winter we just had. Wished this place was a little closer, but definitely a fun course. Didn't even mind that almost all holes are drivable with the right shot. Best course I've found in the immediate area, but I've only played 4 near Saint Joseph so far.
+1 votes Chris Carpenter › May 31, 2014
Decent course with concrete pads, new baskets, and interesting holes.
+0 votes Miles Hansel › June 24, 2014
I had a lot of fun shooting this course. IF you play long one one short on two so on and so forth its super fun.
+0 votes Evan Garrett › April 16, 2015
Solid 9 hole course with short and long pads to play 18. Some tight lines from the back tees but laid out well for the small amount of space. Plus it's right next to a brewery that serves great beer.
+1 votes Brian Fitz › April 23, 2015
Beautiful fun course. A hidden gem.
+0 votes Matt T › May 6, 2015
Not too bad, but really short and a little too overgrown/new. It's right by the brewery (Arclight) which is pretty awesome and usually has good discs for sale. Make sure you go in the morning or early afternoon, because when school's out you'll be dealing with crowds of middle school kids smoking on tee pads and meth heads asking "how much dat deeisk cawst?"