Mulligan Springs

Suffield, Ohio     1 course · 10 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Don Mullinax › September 2, 2011
Unique 10 hole course with water in play on 3 holes. 2 400ft + holes, the rest are very short. They let me rent a golf cart to play Disc
-  +1 votes  + charlie arnold › May 5, 2012
fun course. lot of shorter holes 5 is an awsome hole the chains can kill a lot of birdie shots
-  +1 votes  + John Sales › April 6, 2011
I rate this course 3 out of 5 stars. Pros - Plenty of parking. As you pull in, drive past the Clubhouse and continue around the bend in the road and park at hole #1. - Pavilions/benches around back of the Clubhouse, with bathrooms and food inside during the ball golfing season - Full bar at the Clubhouse! - If you are a golfer, you could easily make a day of playing ball and disc golf - There is no ‘Disc Golf’ sign at the entrance, but turn into the driveway with the Mullig ...
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-  +0 votes  + Matt Smith › December 5, 2015
This course no longer exists, it wasn't too bad though. It played through an existing golf course which is still there. It offered some interesting basket placements next to little lakes and some longer open fairway throws. I was disappointed they pulled it, oh well. Plenty of other great courses in our area!
-  +0 votes  + Larry Bright Jr. › November 26, 2012
interersting course on a ball golf course that uses the course terrain very well. 5 of the holes have water that comes in to play, making shot selection key. and if you did manage to hit some of the water, getting the disc back wasn't all that difficult near the edges of the hazards, as the water was quite clean and clear. the main (and obvious) drawbacks are the natural tees and the fact that it's only 9 holes. the baskets also appear to be homemade, but they weren't all that bad and didn't ...
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-  +0 votes  + Greg Platt › June 17, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Cory King › November 21, 2012
Incredibly fun course that meanders around a small ball golf course. One of a kind baskets and tee signs, this place is unique from start to finish. All of the holes are good, and most let you air out some big fairway drives. Great use of the existing golf course as well as the trees, small ponds, and even what little elevation there is. No's 6 & 7 are my favorites, while 1, 3, & 4 get notable mention. Worth stopping by.
-  +0 votes  + Vic S › January 27, 2013
We could not find basket 8 at all (played hole #1 twice ) & looked for 15minutes. If i could make a suggestion i think 8 basket should be located inside the base of the windmill. Would make for a fun shot. Fun course over all !
-  +0 votes  + Dave Hab › January 22, 2013
Interesting course that works through a small par 3 ball golf course. Played here in the winter so no golfer traffic to deal with. Although the baskets & tee signs were in good shape, the signs only mark the hole #'s, they do not have specific hole info. A mix of water & trees bring some challenge to this course. Tees are natural grass and dirt. The distances range from approx. 250'-350' & one around 600'(nice hilltop throw). Took a min. to scout some of the holes but not to bad, except hole #8 witch we could not find. Overall a cool little course, go check it out.