Ford Park

Redlands, California     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Connor Dorais › December 24, 2011
There are 9 holes but 18 tee pads. The tee pads are not concrete because the city will not allow for any to be put in. Find a local playing and follow him so you can find your way around the course. Its a oddly challenging course because there are a lot of shots that you will probably never shoot at any other course. Its fun a couple of nice over the water holes. Dont go on a sunny weekend or youll be fighting against picknickers.
-  +0 votes  + Joe Rodriguez › April 9, 2012
Nice park. Its more of a safari course, based on no real tee pads and if people are in the way you could tee off from several spots to make the 9 holes very different each time. The regulars that played in front of me played 9 then played the 9 backwards to get a different view from each hole. There should be a sign near the entrance that shows the course layout. Hole 5 is played over the pond "IF" there aren't people fishing. Play early to avoid crowds enjoying the park.
-  +0 votes  + Jeremy F › April 18, 2012
9 holes, good baskets. No tee pads, Ive followed a few locals and each played it a little different. Nice course with some good trees and a couple water holes. The weekends get pretty packed with picnickers, last week I saw 4 birthdays.
-  +0 votes  + George Loepke › January 9, 2014
Nobody but disc players are there. We light up every basket. We also play a full 18.