+1 votes Dan Sinkey › April 4, 2012
The tees are dirt rutts it's mostly flat and poorly marked and maintained so what does this course have ? Answer : the most beautiful huge oak trees old old trees they make the place also the course layout is imaginative as well
+0 votes Mike Ellery › November 9, 2010
+0 votes scott slauson › October 6, 2010
+0 votes Sean Curley › February 24, 2013
+0 votes Jon Schoof › October 12, 2011
Nice, long course, variety of length of holes. Very flat, fair amount of mature oak trees, river near two holes, but does not come into play. Rarely over-populated. Almost impossible to loose a disc. Masquitos are bad during masquito season. Course is very muddy in Spring.
+0 votes Aaron Stone › August 6, 2011
One of my favorites, even though it has dirt tees & flat. Nice baskets, pro tees R marked W/ white stones most o' the time about 30ft. behind the AM pads. Small creak & walk ways run through the park 4 O.B. & hazards. Some big trees 2 get around.
+0 votes kris kuykendall › August 21, 2011
+0 votes Brandon Kinsey › August 5, 2014
The short tees are beginner friendly. The long tees do add some challenge to this course, but are not well marked. The course is pretty flat with very little elevation change. The back nine plays much shorter than the front nine with birdie attempts on every hole (short tees) there is a couple of pin changes on some of the holes but is easy to figure out from the tee. For now the tees are natural and can be pretty wet if there has been any rain. If there has been lots of rain some of the fairway ...
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The short tees are beginner friendly. The long tees do add some challenge to this course, but are not well marked. The course is pretty flat with very little elevation change. The back nine plays much shorter than the front nine with birdie attempts on every hole (short tees) there is a couple of pin changes on some of the holes but is easy to figure out from the tee. For now the tees are natural and can be pretty wet if there has been any rain. If there has been lots of rain some of the fairways hold lots of water which can be pretty mushy to walk on. The number one attraction to this course are the HUGE trees that are scattered all over this course. I have played several different courses in multiple states and I would say if you are a beginner to moderate player this could be a fun afternoon for you. If you are a very advance player this is not a must to play. And would suggest to head to North Milwaukee to play there.
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+0 votes Thom Millane Jr. › August 11, 2011
+0 votes Jeffrey Nycz › May 16, 2014
+0 votes Marc Baillargeon › May 12, 2012
+0 votes Nick Jelich › May 23, 2012
The designers of this course did a great job with what they had here. Pretty much zero elevation change and not many trees, but all the trees that are there are used well. Most of the pins are tucked within pockets of trees and there isn't always a direct line to the pin. Most holes are within 300 feet, except for the one or two that stray beyond that. I like the new signs and number markers. It makes navigating easier.
+0 votes Abel G › August 7, 2012
This is a nice course if you are just starting out! It's a flat course and it makes it easier to keep track of your disk. Fun clean course!
+0 votes Mark Olver › January 15, 2013
+0 votes Scott Parr › December 13, 2012
I've played the short/normal tees about 20 times. Today was my first time playing the longer Blue tees. I liked it a lot more. Different looks, longer holes, obstacles. I'll be playing from the longer Blues from now on. I'm just starting the game but I'll drive 10 miles further from my home to go to Silver Lake's Grey Fox before the closer Mukwanango most of the time. This helps. Dirt tee areas that are very worn. Very wide open course. When I invite friends that are new to disc golf, I'll bring them here.
+0 votes David Whiteside › March 29, 2013
Nice course for a relaxing round of golf unlike some other crowded courses in the area. Not championship but the pro tees add a different experience with 1200+ additional feet. No real elevation changes to speak of yet trees will give you trouble on 7 or 8 of the holes.It can be swampy and have mosquitoes but it's Wi.,get over it. Tee pads are being planned for 2013-2014 which will be a bonus.
+0 votes Alex Jensen › June 22, 2013
+0 votes jesse dixon › September 9, 2013
-1 votes Michael Tilidetzke › April 22, 2012