Saint Mary's University

Winona, Minnesota     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Todd Dale › October 2, 2011
Fun, fun fun is how to describe this course. Lot's of up and down and a few creeks and ridge tops to make it interesting. Hole 8 is a blast! 550 feet all downhill from the bluff top.
-  +1 votes  + Paul Solberg › January 31, 2011
This course has great use of terrain, lots of up and down. There are a few water hazards on holes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 11. There aren't too many long holes here but some of the wooded ones require finesse at placement or an easy 2 can turn into 4 or 5 if you hit water. The course is open to the public too, just be sure to park in the lot next to the big The Woods sign next to the baseball field. Not a great course if you only have one disc and don't want to lose it.
-  +1 votes  + Will Monson › August 23, 2013
Great course with short and long pin positions, plenty technical shots, big distance holes, elevation changes, a healthy mix of wide-open holes and narrow alleys, water hazards and scenic views. Cages get switched between long and short positions once a month.
-  +1 votes  + Jack Smyth › September 11, 2016
This course, despite all the hype generated from its placement on this list, does NOT belong in the top 10 in Minnesota. The tees are just rubber padding, the course is infested with poison ivy, and getting to one hole from another was a difficult and long process. This course does have some merits, like the fact that the Mississippi bluffs present a nice backdrop to your game or the fact that it is free to get it. However it does not deserve as much praise as it has received.
-  +0 votes  + Damen W › August 8, 2014
The course was a bit of a letdown for me considering the reviews. I did not find it that had but all the baskets were short at the time. The pros, a lot of the holes are fun but seem pretty lefty heavy. It is in a beautiful setting and almost like a nature walk. Now the prepared to walk. This course could've been 27 holes with the distance between baskets and the next tee. The tee signs are just the same course map, not the individual hole. Two of the tee signs are missing. I ...
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-  +0 votes  + Conner Ellinghuysen › May 29, 2014
Great course to play, lots of difficult holes and hazards. This course features hole 17; a beautiful overlook shot from 500 ft away!
-  +0 votes  + Matt Wubben › June 27, 2014
This is an awful course to learn how to play on but as long as you're not a beginner and not too attached to your discs this course is a blast to play. Hole 17 is a really cool hole but I'd have to say my favorite hole is 10 just because of the cool drop off in front of the tee. To summarize, not for beginners but great for honing skill and frustrating you.
-  +0 votes  + Nathan Frischkorn › June 6, 2018
This course has the potential to be a great course. However, the appalling lack of maintenance and abysmal lack of signage, combined with a poor and inaccurate course map means you will send more time looking for discs and the next tee than you will actually throwing.
-  +0 votes  + Matt R › April 21, 2015
ABOUT ME:This is my favorite course so far, and fortunately I live near it also. I have played this sport now for three years and would considered myself an above average player. I mainly use three discs, Cannon, Halo, and Money Putter. If you are looking for a good challenge, St. Mary's course is for you. ( FYI, if you look at earlier reviews, the holes might be different from what I am saying, but that's because they flipped the course around. The holes didn't change, just the hole numbers.) ...
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