Trap Pond State Park

Laurel, Delaware     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Papa Bear › March 9, 2011
For a flat course with no water, it's as good as it gets. $6 at the gate for out of staters. Pack extra water & bug repellant. Course has been modified but tee signs from holes 13 - 17 don't show correct holes. Best to play with a local. 2 tees & 2 permanent pins on every hole. A couple of the Short to short holes are extremely short and don't make sense but overall a very challenging course to play.
-  +0 votes  + Colin Marine › June 11, 2011
-  +0 votes  + Mark Mahaffey › June 28, 2011
course is playing well, does need a touch of grooming though out course,
-  +0 votes  + Cory Sokolis › October 11, 2011
-  +1 votes  + BRIAN MAY › June 15, 2012
Needs a little work and better signs. I like the course, tight and technical. Some long holes through very tight alleys. I like that the course wasn't overgrown and that there were actually fairways. I got turned around a few times, but there wasnt anyone on the course, would have rather played with a tour guide. I'll come back.
-  +0 votes  + Bryan Walker › September 13, 2012
The course is heavily wooded with a mix of mature and young trees. As a result, the course is very narrow and unyielding. There is also a lot of underbrush at spots. The signage on the course needs replacing and on three of the holes the signs are missing completely. This course has potential if a renovation was done. Also, bring bug spray.
-  +1 votes  + LongJon Silverz › May 27, 2014
Good course, very long, and forested. Very difficult with many trees throughout the course. This course could really use some maintenance. Many signs are in poor shape which make locating the baskets difficult, but a good course in a great park.
-  +0 votes  + Daniel Ragland › August 21, 2013
This course is a lot of fun to play if you can throw accurately. You don't need a huge arm, even for the gold tees, but you MUST be able to throw down the tight fairways without slamming into the first few trees. Plan to play twice to get the most out of your $6 parking fee.
-  +0 votes  + Will Dobrzykowski › August 14, 2017
New signs, good tees, well cared for.