+1 votes David Reed › December 31, 2014
West Main Park DGC is a tournament length course with a mix of wooded and open holes. Tunnel drives and approaches will challenge most players. Hole 16 is so difficult, it needs a name. After opening the fairways in 2014, by mowing additional left and right landing areas, and removing central trees and bush areas from certain holes, the course is becoming one of the best designs in the fox valley area. Keep and eye on turning drives and use slower discs when trees present a hazard, or risk spending time recovering lost discs. No out-of-bounds designated within the park for casual play.
+0 votes Dave Hansen › July 21, 2014
This course is not long but very technical. The disadvantage is the grass/weeds grow long. Lots of time locating discs. I have played in the late fall when the weeds die out and had a great time. Play in the early spring is good before the weeds get too high.
+0 votes Eric E › August 21, 2015
+0 votes Michael Phillips › May 4, 2016
This is a nice course. It is very challenging in the middle of summer as there are a lot of tall grasses; it could be easy to lose a disc at this time. In the fall or spring it is very fun to play. It offers a lot of variety and some very challenging holes due to tree placement.
+0 votes John Levander › January 31, 2017
I'll agree with what the other golfer's have said thus far. Definitely play this course when the foliage is dead in late fall to early spring. Course does get pretty muddy when it's wet, as well. Challenges most players accuracy with the well placed trees and tree lines. I think hole 7 and 16 are beasts particularly because of their layouts. Some low ceiling holes and for beginners developing their drives, may be some longer holes, but nothing bad about that! Very well laid out course that will make you work on placing those drives right with your turn/fade well calculated.