Tootleville Park

Miltonvale, Kansas     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Dakota Beals › September 2, 2013
A-
This is an 11 hole course Hole1-a 390 ft right handed hyzyer with a creek and football field OB on the right and left Hole2-a 248 ft tunnel shot with a tennis court ob to the left and a creek ob to the right Hole3-a 370 ft dog leg right with a creek OB to the left and long Hole4-a 246 ft straight shot slightly up hill with ob to the right Hole5-a 120 ft straight shot downhill with ob right behind the basket Hole6-a 325 ft dog leg left with a ton of trees around the basket, and a ob creek r ...
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-  +0 votes  + Damen W › April 2, 2013
A
a good mix of short and longer holes that follow a creek through the park with just enough trees. Several of the holes can leave you searching for a disk and have a great risk/reward factor. A score under par is easily achieved if you can get off to good start on 1 and 2. The first two holes are the hardest on the course. There are tee signs and concrete markers on every hole and the tee signs also show the next holes tee as well.
-  +0 votes  + Brian Kargus › August 23, 2012
A-
Kudos to Dakota for putting together a fun and challenging course! Thanks for showing me around the new hole placements.
-  +1 votes  + Mitchell Brenn › September 5, 2012
B
Course just had 3 new holes added on right before the tournament. Great, somewhat easy course. The new holes need to have the kinks worked out, but overall a great place to play.
-  +0 votes  + Dimond Cutter › May 28, 2013
A-
The layout and design concept gets an A. Each hole required a different shot and forced me out of my comfort zone. I like the high risk/ big reward aspect of several holes. Some are very easy while others are next to impossible to find a line. Needs concrete T Pads and some of the Pads in the woods are uneven and too small. It also felt like the geometry was off with some of the angles on the pads but again that could be a product of being outside of my comfort zone. If you find a b ...
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