+0 votes Joe "AAA" Supa › May 22, 2016
+1 votes Lucas Krupp › November 23, 2014
Nice variation between front and back nine (Front nine weaves in and out of woods and back nine have more range but are a bit bland and open) They have recently improved the chains which had been damaged. Decent course, but not tended to very well. Would greatly benefit from putting in some tee boxes and improving signage. Free to play, but not playable during school hours.
+0 votes Chris Johnson › October 31, 2014
Front 9 is great; back 9...not so much. The home-made baskets are amazing!
+2 votes Adam "Da Savage" Sanford › October 18, 2014
This course is squeezed in around the school and most of the holes play to the right. Great for lefty backhand throwers. Terrible for the rest of the world.
+0 votes Jeff Schettner › September 27, 2014
+1 votes Kevin Gillhespy › September 25, 2014
+3 votes Jake Nease › September 4, 2014
+0 votes Sol Brown › August 26, 2014
+0 votes Derrek White › June 1, 2014
Front 9 is wooded and offers some technical challenge. Back 9 is wide open fields where wind and long grass are really your only enemies. Fun to play when in the area, but advanced discers may find it a bit boring. Definitely a great course to introduce folks to the sport.
-2 votes Jamie Vincent › June 29, 2013
Plays at the elementry school..the first 9 are at the back end of the school..mainly short wooded holes all under 275 feet.. the back 9 holes are played in the front of the school in a wide open field..the first few are under 250 with hole 15 being a 475 wide open bomer.. hole 16 is 345..all wide opne so the wind plays a big factor..lots of ace ooportunities
+0 votes Nate Simpson › November 2, 2011
some thought was used for the first 9 holes(in the woods nothing an easily played putter or mid wont park) then it seems that they got bored and scattered the rest around a field an road