Red Oak Park

Burnsville, Minnesota     1 course · 10 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Jake Moening › March 4, 2011
-  +1 votes  + Alex B › April 24, 2011
-  +1 votes  + Jon Tveite › August 22, 2013
I played this course recently (summer of 2012) for the first time in a number of years (8 or 9, probably). It has improved a lot, probably because a club has been formed to take care of it. There is excellent signage now, and nice concrete tee pads (they were just dirt pits the last time I played). Each hole has two pads, so you can play the course twice without repeating the same tee shot. I only played nine this time, so I can't comment on the extent of differences between the tees. I thin ...
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-  +0 votes  + Jeremy Bilyeu › August 20, 2012
heavily wooded course, very unique uses of elevation change and pin placement to make this small short course very challenging. Only one hole on the course I would call a difficult two, that being the 10th or 20th hole respectively, but a bad drive will often penalize leaving a tough par save or even a bogey. Average hole length is around 250ft. Fairways are clean and groomed, a little more length and this course could be and "A", maybe a pro loop smewhere out there? 5 birdies and 5 bogeys my first round.
-  +0 votes  + N A › September 3, 2011
It was awsome
-  +0 votes  + jeff m › March 19, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Matthew Johnson › April 3, 2012
Great course to play. They have multiple tee boxes as an attempt to make it a 20 hole course, but most of the 11-20 hole tee boxes play the same as the 1-10 tees. The course has plenty decently challenging holes and a few really short ones. You're pretty much guaranteed to enjoy playing here as it is very easy to navigate and plays really well.
-  +0 votes  + McLane Hearn › November 12, 2014
It is only good in the fall if you play it any other time you will lose alot of you discs. Super overgrown and unmaintained.
-  +0 votes  + David Martin › September 27, 2016
-  +0 votes  + Micheal Hall › April 23, 2017
Great course that offers a good variety of technical shots as well as a few "wide open" shots. Eagles are obtainable through the front 10 but the back 10 posses more of a challenge. Minimal traffic.

Very easy to lose a disc due to the abundance of trees and bushes. I have not lost one yet but i have spent 10 minutes searching for 1 or 2. There are signs but it can still be confusing the first time playing.
-  -1 votes  + Seth Peake › January 6, 2012
the home course. it has come a long ways. itz got elevation changes. wooded and open holes. i like the way it plays. hole 1 short tee pad, then hole 2 long tee pad, then hole 3 short and so on. ALOT of different lines on the majority of the course. In my opinion, the BEST short course in the state.