Silver Lake Park

Fenton, Michigan     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Sol Brown › April 1, 2015
B
It's a little unfair to review a course this new, but it needs reviews so here's mine. It's 9 holes with reds & blue tees. Currently, the teepads are carpet strips behind marking flags. The baskets are beautiful, brand-new Discraft Chainstars. I only played the reds, but the guys I was with had just finished playing the blues and I heard them agree that the holes were quite different during their second round. The course doesn't have signage up so finding the first tee was difficult ( ...
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-  +1 votes  + Stephen H › January 28, 2016
D
Holes and set up are rather confusikg even if you have been out before. The carpet teepads they at least use to have were a joke. No maps, holes not marked, some of the time you werent even sure which basket to shoot at on the first few. Once you are in the woods the clearings are terrible, the woodchips r rotting and paths are covered over with plants and leaves where there is none to begin with.. Poison ivy is all over so pray you never end up off the paths. Finally they make you pay 5 b ...
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-  +1 votes  + Kevin Hamden › June 7, 2015
C+
It is a nice course with improvement potential.lots of poison ivy
-  +0 votes  + Tim Sylvain › October 10, 2016
B-
Decent for a 9 holer. Carpet pads are ok, would prefer cement. Wouldn't go out of your way to play it, but fun to play.
-  +0 votes  + Matthew Schwab › February 24, 2017
B
-  +0 votes  + Jon Camp › April 19, 2015
B+
Some cool holes definitely needs tee signs i come across 2 players that didn't know the course and being my first time out playing by myself i couldn't tell them anything being a smart disc golfer i was able to figure the layout of the course. Some clearing and leaf removal would be extremely helpful. A piece of old farm equipment on i believe hole 3 could be taken out of there also (nobody likes to mess there discs up on metal or concrete) true tee markers and hole signs would help tremendously ...
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-  +0 votes  + lwwj mailman › May 6, 2015
B
kind of short trees make it play tough
-  +0 votes  + James Gaves › April 4, 2017
C
-  +0 votes  + Jeff Hulet › April 29, 2015
B+
This is my second time playing here, but my first time I finished the whole course. I liked the course and will play it again, since it is only 5 miles from home!
-  +0 votes  + Kevin Jenks › August 4, 2018
B+
Maybe not worth going out of the way to play, but fun to throw.
-  +0 votes  + Shawn Herbert › June 13, 2017
D
This can be a fun little 9 hole course in the late fall / winter / early spring. The course layout is nice and gives you a couple of big open drives for the first two holes, then it goes into the woods and demands a bit more of a technical game with some forehand and backhand tunnels through the woods. I would easily give this course at least a C+ if it was taken care of at all. The holes in the woods are completely overgrown and you will spend as much time looking for your discs as you will ...
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-  +0 votes  + Garrett Gormley › May 24, 2017
C+
sometimes it can be hard to tell where the next hole is and carpet squares for tee-boxes really turns me off.
-  +0 votes  + Michael Davis › November 16, 2018
B-
-  -1 votes  + Dave Minock › March 30, 2015
A
I might be biased because I'm tired of driving way out to holly, but I loved it! Lots of potential!
-  -1 votes  + Parkour aka Spiderman › April 21, 2015
A
I like this course.