+0 votes Jeff Kaluk › June 29, 2011
Could use tee pads a distance/direction signs. Challenging holes along a creek with 20' drop offs.
+0 votes David Edmondson › February 28, 2011
not too exciting, but playing by the creek in the trees can be challenging. It takes a while to figure which way to go since the front nine seems to overlay the back nine. If you get creative, you can essentially play two holes at once for only one lap around the park instead of two. There are some avid players that gather there regularly.
+0 votes Tyler "Shanko" Raemhild › October 10, 2010
I think this course could be so much nicer if it was taken a little bit better care of.
+0 votes saylor s › February 27, 2012
course went in 1986-1987 ish. Was originally 9 holes. I saw racher ace #5, then we played 6, then he aced #7. True story. - Saylor
+0 votes Sean Steele › January 30, 2014
Friendly local the day I played which was a Thanksgiving. Without him helping I would've been lost. Super confusing to navigate as an 18 holer but he explained that it was expanded. If they changed it back to nine maybe that would make it easier but I still had a fun round. A few challenging holes mixed with some wide open easy ones. Lot of walking paths and people with dogs that could come in to play so be careful where and when you throw.
+0 votes Daron Shiflet › January 19, 2015
Layout is beyond confusing. Course has some decent shots, but the overall design is mind boggling. With the amount of PDGA level courses in DFW, I can't imagine coming back here.