Ockie Wisting Recreation Complex

Rio Grande, New Jersey     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + James Zeamer › June 27, 2017
Frustrating course to say the least. Some of this dislike towards the course comes form the fact that whatever recreation complex this course is behind is currently closed. It takes a long time to find the course because you have to park outside the closed park and walk blindly until you find a basket. We split up and eventually found hole 1 and this course was one of the tightest courses I have ever played. Part of that was due to the fact that it was not kept well, and I wonder if it is becaus ...
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-  +0 votes  + ray mclaughlin › August 5, 2019
This is a fun course to play.It is fair but still challenging.It makes very good use of the terrain available,There are few signs to direct players to the course but if you follow the trail along side the soccer fields you will find 18' basket..look for an opening under a gnarly tree that JRR Tolkien would love and you will find the first tee.Signs are good and the distances seem accurate.The course is an out and back design with the front 9 nearby a marshy water hazard that gives the opening ho ...
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-  +0 votes  + Keith M › February 23, 2020
Only the 3rd course I’ve ever played so I don’t have a great point of reference but I thought it was really good. I was told by another player they had recently upgraded it with signage and markers which made it really easy to navigate. Mostly par 3’s and the majority of the holes were pretty straight but still challenging. Would definitely play there again.
-  +0 votes  + Andrew Stocklin › March 9, 2021
Ockie Wisting has potential. The holes are pretty diverse with a mixture of long and short holes, along with OB water and some other additional OB and a mandatory. It's not the most challenging course, but I had a ton of fun playing in a tournament there. My recommendation is to use mostly putters and midranges because the holes are generally short; there are a few par 4's, one being over the water, so a driver could be used. There are also a few open holes that a driver could be used on. My onl ...
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-  +0 votes  + Bryan Ricco › August 15, 2022
Just played this course after attending the tattoo convention on the Boardwalk. The coarse landscaping was near perfect. Some really great holes to tee off from, the potential for this course could be huge. The club presence must be strong.. zero trash and beautiful trash cans/benches at every hole!! Walking into hole one was VERY COOL! whomever helped with any part of this course thank you for the experience!
Sending Love from Cleveland Ohio
-  +0 votes  + Tom Terk Gindville › June 28, 2023
Good mix of open and wooded holes.Will challenge both forehand and backhand players alike.well marked, paver tee pads,benches at every holes,brooms to sweep tee pads,and trash cans everywhere.bar codes at every hole will give you a drone fly through of the proper line to take! Bring bug spray in the summer months. Bugs are the only negative about the course.
-  +0 votes  + Tim Scott › July 15, 2023
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