Sabo Park

Brewster, Ohio     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Matt Smith › May 29, 2015
Short squared city course that's all flat. On a plus note, it's a great course to try for aces. If I lived in Brewster, I'd go. :) Layouts are a little confusing.
-  +2 votes  + Chip F › October 12, 2017
It's only 9, but the addition of tee pads make this course one of my favorites. I usually play it 3 times. Hit up Oak Ledges after it's not too far away from it.
-  +1 votes  + Don Mullinax › September 2, 2011
Not enough in the park to even talk about
-  +1 votes  + Cory King › April 14, 2018
Short holes spaced across one another on a postage size tract of land. I played a few rounds on my visit since you can get through all holes very quickly. Layout is hard to figure out initially. Terrible loose stone tee boxes and lots of uneven ground takes away any chance of a decent drive. Would be a decent place to practice putting and short shots if it were closer to Canton. UPDATE 4/11/18 recently revisited and had a more enjoyable experience, gone are the terrible loose gravel tees re ...
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-  +1 votes  + Vic S › March 1, 2013
-  +1 votes  + Chris Mahaffey › September 5, 2017
Nice little course for a small little town. Definitely a favorite for me. Plenty of ace runs. One of the best 9 hole courses around. Especially with cement tees now. Very easy to follow.
-  +1 votes  + Tammy Spencer › October 31, 2013
-  +0 votes  + james moose graham › October 10, 2010
-  +0 votes  + John Sales › April 5, 2011
I give this course 1 out of 5 stars. Pros - Small parking area at hole #1 in the power companies parking lot - There is a baseball field about 200’ away - There is a small sign/billboard at hole #1 - The map posted in the billboard is accurate but hole #1 is marked as hole #7 - Gravel tees are okay, better than muddy natural tees, but they are uneven - There are wooden kickboards at the front of the gravel tees - I like the short wooden poles marking the tees with numbered label ...
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-  +0 votes  + Ryan Brahler › September 28, 2018
Addition of the tee pads raise the grade for me. Short, fun, easy to play course. This is the best course if you are short on time or sunlight and want to get in as many holes as possible. The park is always maintained very well. Not worth a long road trip but if you are in Stark County you should check it out for sure!
-  +0 votes  + Dave Hab › February 28, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Michael Emerick › March 9, 2017
One of my favorite courses. you can work on your short game. Can't wait for concrete tees.
-  +0 votes  + Lee Spencer › October 31, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Sam Beall › December 18, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Mark Reed › August 19, 2016
This is a good course for beginners, but if you are a seasoned player I would avoid it. The tee pads are gravel that are short and completely uneven. It is a nice place to go when other course are packed and you just want to get a quick fix in. I like taking my 3 kids and play 3 or 4 rounds.
-  +0 votes  + Brad Bailey › October 22, 2017
-  +0 votes  + Doug Gray › May 20, 2019
Pros: This is a really nice mid-range disc course. The designers have utilized every bit of the park to make this course. With new, cement tees and nice signage, this course is playable year round. Families and new players will find this course to be really challenging. It is short enough even the weakest arms can make it to the hole in two or three throws. It is also a really condensed so younger players don't have to walk really long distances. For more experienced players, many newly pl ...
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