Village Park

Sussex, Wisconsin     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Jon Schoof › September 4, 2013
Not a bad course. Plays around a large park. Typically very well groomed and only one small pond to worry about. This course allows a fair amount of elevation, especially the first couple holes and last several. Many of the holes are fairly open with thick tree lines and/or large trees. A couple of holes in the middle play through the woods with skinny trees everywhere and very little shrubbery. Good variety of distances, challenges, and lines. Make sure to check this webpage to make sure the co ...
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-  +1 votes  + Zach Walczak › May 7, 2011
Great course pretty challenging pond at hole 1 if u forhand i recomand u start at 4 unless u want to have a good chance of losing it but other wise a great course!!!!!!!!!!!
-  +1 votes  + Ryan Haunfelder › July 26, 2011
-  +1 votes  + Mike Szachewicz › November 9, 2011
The positives are nice elevation changes, a good mix of heavy woods, open, and holes with some trees. Very well groomed, almost impossible to lose discs, and it is never crazy busy, but there are always people playing. Negatives, no alternite tees or pins, and very biased against left handed throwers.
-  +1 votes  + Kevan Greunke › July 6, 2017
-  +0 votes  + brandon burbach › April 3, 2011
-  +0 votes  + J.H. Grimson › July 18, 2017
Big hills that are fun to throw up and down, but hard to climb in the hot sun! I like that you can play this course and not loose a disc. People might call it plain jane, but I'm not an advanced player. The course needs to add some pavement stones pointing from hole 2 to hole 3; I walked around too long trying to figure it out.
-  +0 votes  + Grant Harris › June 24, 2019
Good course for my level. Some short tunnel throws. Good amount of trees. Some long holes to add variety. Some uphill and downhill holes and my favorite thing about this course is the very long cement tee pads.
-  -1 votes  + Brandon Pungarcher › August 15, 2011
-  -1 votes  + Bill McKnight › October 11, 2011
Very clean. Not much in the way of tree's. Nice up and down though. I liked the back a lot more than the front. Not bad for a city park.
-  -1 votes  + Jeffrey Nycz › November 14, 2013
-  -1 votes  + Ryan Denney › October 19, 2012
Lots of elevation changes. Course flow blows especially if you haven't played there before. Pond was completely dried up eliminating the only water hazard. would like to try it again soon
-  -1 votes  + Scott Zwicky › May 2, 2013
-  -1 votes  + Jake Lehman › September 10, 2013
-  -1 votes  + Keith Kacanek › May 6, 2015
-  -1 votes  + Big Jon Savage › April 18, 2015
-  -1 votes  + Jason Callen › August 2, 2017
My current "home" course. At least half the holes are birdie-able, though not necessarily gimme's. A very good course that could be a great course if the were to add pro tees and additional basket placements (and maybe a couple more holes). Good variety though.
-  -1 votes  + Nico Federico › August 14, 2017