Princeton City Park

Princeton, West Virginia     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Jonathan Farley › July 25, 2017
Course is going to be nice once it is fully broken in. The front nine is a challenge while the back nine being is more beginner friendly. Greg Bishop hit another homerun with this one.
-  +0 votes  + Greg Bishop › September 1, 2018
Pros: * 2 distinct loops. The back 9 is great for families but a challenge to advanced players. * 2 tees per hole giving even more options. * Brand new discatchers * The course forces you to use multiple throw styles but also gives you many choices. * Practice basket between the two loops. * Nice park with swimming pool between both loops. * Great use of elevation. * Great use of limited land. * Shelters and restrooms available. Cons: * No signage YET.....FIXED * No concrete pads YET ...
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-  +0 votes  + David haynes › July 13, 2017
This is a fun course with a few punishing holes. While the is no water to lose you discs in, a bad throw and you could end up in the thickness, a hard rollaway, or just over the hill costing an extra shot. The challenge is reasonable with the whites and significant on the blues. If your short on time the second half is the easy way out. The terrain is much easer and flow as fairly quick. The front 9 is more of a work out but gets you out into parts of the park I had never seen. As soon as I saw ...
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-  +0 votes  + Ed Moore Jr › August 2, 2019
-  +0 votes  + Sean Beyer › July 13, 2017
Great course to introduce someone to the game on the front 9 from the short tees and a great place for the experienced player to shoot big numbers on the back 9 from the long tees. The course has great open spaces (several holes on front 9) and tight corridor shots(#11 from longs is a great example). The use of space is perfect.
-  +0 votes  + Daniel Pritt › July 15, 2017
-  +0 votes  + Jim Givens › August 6, 2018