Harry Dunham Park

Basking Ridge, New Jersey     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Chris K. › November 10, 2022
-  +0 votes  + Evan Losh › September 24, 2018
Great little 9 hole course, has some challenging lines and obstacles, not meant to be a big tournament course, if you want to work on your game without fear of losing discs, HD is the place to be, forehands and backhands needed, DisCatcher baskets, far enough away from park-goers. Holes 1 and 9 are soft pars but a lovely course on the whole.
-  +1 votes  + Hugh MacNiven › February 1, 2018
Great for beginners. Short. Even though it's an open, park setting, there are a few shots that require shaping due to trees - so I'd say it's not a bad practice course for intermediate players. Well maintained, good signage and tees. Quick to play. A few of the holes feel very different based on the choice of tees. A fun course.
-  +0 votes  + Fred Busler › August 10, 2016
Its very close to home for me and a nice change from Chimney Rock. Pretty wide open. Lots of birdie holes from the front tees.
-  +0 votes  + Adam Sullivan › June 7, 2016
Decent course. Tons of foot traffic on paths. Pretty big for being 9 holes
-  +1 votes  + Greg Bikofsky › February 3, 2016
The Dunham Park course is an oasis in a bit of a disc golf desert in northern NJ. I have played it a few times. The parking is good, the facilities are clean. This 9 hole course is set logically around the perimeter of a well manicured park. The tees are well marked and the baskets are yellow and visible from each tee. There are some thickets along narrow fairways on one or two of the holes, and one or two dog legs, but mostly the course is pretty open, with just a few trees here and there. Th ...
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-  +1 votes  + Nick P › August 18, 2015
Fun course, few challenging holes. Some of the holes offer ace opportunities. Pretty much little chance of losing a disc except for holes 7 and 5. Hole 7 has a thick patch of thorny funk between short and long fairway and hole 5 has a thorny wooded section just to the right of the short tee. Overall fun 9 hole course.
-  +0 votes  + Angelo Di Carlo › October 21, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Andy Aupperle › June 25, 2011
Pros: Good if you are looking for a quick round
Cons: Out in the open
Share park with other amenities
have a few shots that are next to main road or throw over walking path
Short holes even with extended tees
Other Thoughts: Don't expect anything too challenging
-  +0 votes  + Dave B. › April 19, 2011
This was honestly my first time playing at a wide open course and I didn't think I would like it. But this course had some challenging lengths and kept me very entertained. Will definitely be back.
-  +0 votes  + David Katz › March 31, 2011
okay for a city course, very open.. soooo many thorns
-  +0 votes  + Patrick Chin › November 11, 2010
-  -1 votes  + Ira Divoll › September 26, 2010
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