Plymouth Creek

Plymouth, Minnesota     1 course · 12 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + David Deuel › October 7, 2013
B+
Lot's of woods, water hazards, and AstroTurf! I would avoid this course after a heavy rain, other wise I play here whenever I get a chance. Lots of fun shots to take here and the AstroTurf is very unique. It's quick too at only 12 holes. This course got a nice update this year, 2013 (new benches, garbage cans, cleaned up down trees, new barriers to the creek, cleaned the AstroTurf, ext...) thanks to volunteered labor and upkeep. Love the course, hope to see you out there!
-  +0 votes  + Tom Sweany › September 15, 2013
D+
Prepare to loose a disc or two to the creek. This course is not well maintained. Some holes are hard to find. Bring your water shoes. Not a fun course.mo
-  +0 votes  + Shagz C. › June 20, 2011
B+
It was the first time I have thrown this park. It is entirely in the woods, very little grass anywhere to be found, but many mature trees and elevation to make it quite a challenging course. Hole 8 was over 600 feet and had a 90 degree turn to the right at the last 120 feet of the hole. Hole 8 has a little river on the left with a respectable grade leaning toward the river... Wear your nastiest clothes to this park and bring a few x tra towels cuz its very muddy and has little chance to dry out being shaded from trees and a long a river...
-  +0 votes  + Tim R › April 19, 2011
B+
Plymouth Creek is a very woodsy fun course. It runs either side of a large creak/small stream for plenty of alongside or close to water shots. There's several short holes through thick trees, perfect for a fun ace, as well as many hi/low holes. There's also 1 hole that will drive you insane unless you play it as at least a par 4. 2 perfect drives in a row will still leave you about 50 yards out. It's no Caposia or Acorn, but overall a fun medium sized course. Perhaps compare to Garlow in West St. Paul, but add a few long holes.