Tommy and Sue Brown Park

North Richland Hills, Texas     1 course · 6 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Derrick Jeffress › June 14, 2017
For a short course it's really fun. Great for working on approach shots with a turnover or flick. Lefty friendly and clean, no trash or pet waste issues on the course
-  +0 votes  + Brent Mohar › October 16, 2016
Not to be negative. But this course is just too simplistic. Nothing interesting in terms of elevation changes, trees etc. It just goes around a central playground. The tees are small concrete circles. Its ok for practice.
-  +1 votes  + Mark Roberts › August 5, 2015
I think this course is getting a bad rap. It's extremely well maintained and there's no searching for baskets, trying to find the next hole, etc. Nice concrete tee pads. Yes, it's very short but it's still super fun and maybe a place for the expert to get their first ace while the beginners enjoy a challenging layout that's fun to play.
-  +0 votes  + Miles "Deuce" Francis II › April 11, 2012
too easy but a lot of fun. Don't need anything but a putter
-  -1 votes  + Patrick Plaze › July 5, 2011
beginner course, bring your putter only, maybe a buzz, 6 holes all under 200 ft