Milligan Park

Crawfordsville, Indiana     1 course · 22 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Ryan Overpeck › March 17, 2012
This is a pretty short course, lots of uphill and some downhill shots. Pretty technical course. Overall I thought this was a pretty good course. Although I think they would've been better off to only have 18 holes and stretch out 2 or 3 holes to be a little longer. They do a great job using what's available to make interesting shots. Also if there's a reason why this course seems to have par listed as a 68 instead of 66 I'd love to know. I don't remember any of the holes being par 4 and even going by the color code on my scores I only got 5 birds and 4 bogies, but it gives me a -3.
-  +0 votes  + Jeff Reed › April 19, 2011
A really pretty park and course with a lot of golf and a lot of uphill shot practice.
-  +0 votes  + Rob Sparks › August 3, 2011
Nice course as it offers short easy to reach holes for beginners as well as lots of OB's and hills to make it somewhat challenging to more advanced players all and all a nice course with a lot of potential.
-  +0 votes  + Jameson H. › January 23, 2012
Great use of available land! Diverse course for all abilities with some challenging shot! I like the creek meandering throughout most of the course! Excellent signage!
-  +0 votes  + Tim L. › June 15, 2014
Beautiful park with a creek that comes into play on several holes and disc retrievers laid out all over the course in case you go in. Possibly the prettiest course I've played in Indiana.
-  +0 votes  + Ross Robertson › April 17, 2016
This course has come a long way. Now it has 22 holes and nice spots of OB and mandos. Many shorter holes for beginners. You can use tight lines, or hyzer bomb most holes. Much cleaner than the average park.

They even keep poles next to the creek, that zig zags through the park to help retrieve discs.
-  +0 votes  + Brody Monts › January 7, 2019
-  -2 votes  + jeff powers › March 28, 2011