Tomlinson Run State Park

New Manchester, West Virginia     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Robin WW › September 26, 2015
B+
Easy walking with some really good holes. Only one tee pad and pin for each hole. All flat except for a fun downhill #10. Long walk from #18 back to #1. Quiet and Beautiful.
-  +0 votes  + Vic S › February 10, 2013
B-
Fun open & wooded hole course with a few possible ace runs ! Good challenging mix!

ATTN: lost a Yellow CE w/ a Grateful Dead "stealie w/ leaf inside the skull" on hole 14 near basket beautiful shot then it glanced off tree & must of buried itself in the snow. Searched for a half hour but lost light . I live in ohio otherwise i would have gone back out myself
reward if returned, no name on disc so please contact me here if you spot it. THANKS
-  +0 votes  + Michael Rickerd › April 23, 2013
A
This is a clean, well maintained, challenging course with a very nice layout.
-  +0 votes  + Dave Hab › February 9, 2013
B
Played in the winter so the leaf cover was down. Good mid skill level course with some open but mostly wooded shots. The area is hilly, though most holes are level shots(except #11!). Very cool scenery with the rocky hill sides, stream, etc. Signage & baskets are very good, just needs concrete tees.
-  +0 votes  + Frank Leppar › February 26, 2013
B+
Great well maintained course. 18 challenging holes. The top 9 are generally very long par 3s where a birdie will be unlikely (there is an exception here and there). Then beginning with hole #8 the course turns from wide-open and long to shorter and much more technical. You can really be rewarded for attacking the baskets, but one slip into the woods and you can easily find yourself in trouble getting back out. I really do enjoy the course, just feels it's an all around great choice. Would love to see some PDGA events here, I think we will soon enough.
-  +0 votes  + Tristan Wilson › November 8, 2014
A
-  +0 votes  + mark cherry › July 4, 2013
B-
meh... not bad... back is harder then front...
-  +0 votes  + Shawn Babella › April 15, 2016
A+
-  +0 votes  + Stephen Curtis › July 18, 2015
B+
The front 9 is pretty open and flat with a few obstacles here and there. The exception to this is hole 9, which has a very narrow throwing lane. In some areas the ground was very soft and muddy. Also, IMO, a few of the par 3's should be par 4's because of how long they were. I give the front 9 a B-.

The back 9 is more challenging with good scenery and a good mix of open/wooded holes. You'll want hiking shoes for this part. I give the back 9 an A-.
-  +0 votes  + Vince D › July 24, 2016
B+
This course is very well maintained and it is very easy to navigate. Really enjoyed the back nine, front nine not as fun.
-  +0 votes  + Andy Flemm › October 20, 2015
B-
-  +0 votes  + Justin D › February 22, 2016
A
-  +0 votes  + James Williams II › April 25, 2016
A-
-  +0 votes  + Macky D › July 4, 2016
B
I may be going crazy but tee pad number 2,12,13, and 15 say par 4. This site is giving me the wrong par on those holes. Par is actually 58. Overall the course is well maintained. No tee pads but the driving areas weren't bad. You have to walk a bit farther than you think from 14 to 15 (it's down the paved path). Garbage cans and outhouses are convenient enough. Really liked the back 9 scenery.