+1 votes Matthew E. Pawlowski › July 4, 2015
A grand example of urban decay. Broken glass, bramble and bricks create a fairway of post-apocalyptic play. Terrible signage or lack of signage creates confusion for navigating the course. Thankfully, someone with spray paint was so kind to mark the pads, the trees, the wastebaskets and every other object in Gillies’ park. The course was easy and for it being a technical course, poppycock, Bayville, Pharaoh’s Tomb, and University of Richmond are much better courses to hone ones technical skills.
+0 votes charles barrie › July 3, 2015
+0 votes Rex R › June 28, 2015
Fun course. Tree's and hills. Nice layout. Only thing I'm not a fan of. My dog goes everywhere with me. No dogs allowed on the course. No body gave me any trouble though.
+0 votes Gerrett Lawrence › August 10, 2012
I liked the course but had to walk it back wards to find hole 1. I didn't even know if I was teeing off from the right place for 1. The whole course is very confusing with holes and pads all mishmashed, and there was no map or legend at the start (?????) to top it off. I did like the varied field and wooded holes and the different elevations.
+0 votes Patrick Nowaczyk › March 27, 2012
personally i can't stand the course. but this is where the best disc golfers in richmond play. it's very technical. area is kind of shady. someone got robbed a few months back at 1:45 in the afternoon. i was playing at 1:15. If you can post a good score here you can handle any course in richmond