+1 votes RJ Roth › June 30, 2014
Odd layout with outdated pictures posted at tees and multiple outdated maps. There were a couple holes that were placed in ridiculous positions. Overall, not terrible. I would play elsewhere first.
+1 votes Brad Silvers › August 26, 2014
Army Corps of Engineers need to take care of the course. Needs more mowing. Also needs a land bridge on #9 in case water is high to make it playable.
+1 votes John Payne › August 11, 2014
Not a horrible course. I wish some of the pin placements weren't right up against the edge that drops straight into the river, that forces you to lay up a lot of shots or lose your disc... The 800'+ hole was a workout.
+1 votes Matt Smith › August 10, 2015
Interesting layout with some great elevation changes, but the signs were confusing and hard to follow. Be careful on hole #3, as it's easy to lose a disc down the hill and into the water. Nice mixture of open and wooded shots. Good for all skill levels. Definitely in need of some tee pads. I wouldn't make a special trip to play here, but you might as well hit it if you're already playing Mosquito Lake State Park.
+0 votes Josh Cleveland › June 14, 2015
+0 votes Vince D › March 30, 2016
Strangely I'm starting to like this course more and more, has a lot of fun holes and is a good challenge. Probably the second best course in Trumbull county, so check it out!