+1 votes Dave Cudd › May 3, 2012
The course has some long hole in C pins along with some good doglegs. If you play all the roads as OB it’s a challenge and will reduce what looks like open fairways. There is little elevation change across the course.
+0 votes shawn headley › November 4, 2011
+0 votes Kristen Eberle McIntyre › April 14, 2012
Rough 2nd tee pads have been created, which offer more variety for the course.
+0 votes Donald Allen Jr › November 19, 2011
+0 votes Billy Safford › November 21, 2011
+0 votes Ted Van Brunt › March 10, 2012
+0 votes Jeremiah Burton › January 18, 2013
Very well kept....
+0 votes Bryan Grosbach › March 29, 2013
+0 votes LongJon Silverz › May 27, 2014
This was one of the best courses I have ever played, but the tees and basket layouts were very confusing, and hard to find sometimes even with signs. Other than that, this is a great course with a lot of variety. Long holes and short holes, open and lightly forested, and a good mix of left and right hole designs. The rubber tee pads were great. This course is in what seems like an abandoned part of the park with roads no longer in use throughout the course. Despite this, everything seems to be in good shape and well maintained.
+0 votes Sam Newman › August 12, 2015
Signs are clearly marked, tee is marked with a color red (short) and blue (long) at the front of the box. Maintained. Mix of left and right drives, not overly challenging but a great spot to go out and get some experience playing. Free to play.