Whispering Falls

Greencastle, Pennsylvania     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + LongJon Silverz › June 17, 2014
B
As others have mentioned, this is for experienced players only. This course has 27 holes and the design is great. Very hilly. There is good variety in holes including elevation changes, long and short distances with open and forested holes. Scorecards are available at the kiosk at hole 1. Rubber tee pads. The major drawbacks are that the course is incredibly difficult to navigate as a first timer and the rough is very dense in the summer and makes it likely you'll lose a disc. There is a ...
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-  +0 votes  + Shawn Norcross › March 31, 2014
B+
Great course, but first time there this year and it was hard. Easier to find discs because of the lack of leaves.
-  +0 votes  + Marc 2895 › September 17, 2013
C+
This review is just the newer holes 19 thru 27 as I only had time for those unfortunately. These holes are fairly boring . Big open holes without much in the way of a challenge. Several of the holes are very close to walk ways and parking lots which could present problems. One of the holes I forget which, throws right over the road and finishes left. Good chances of hitting a car or bike rider. Hole 19 tees next to the tennis courts and flys right next to the basketball courts. If you play here ...
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-  +0 votes  + Tim Bair › June 13, 2012
A
The course asks a lot of novice players and it loves taking discs into the woods for those unprepared to give chase. The holes can be unforgiving but the course is beautiful and provides great chances to shine and great heights to fall from.
-  +0 votes  + Matt Swartz › March 16, 2012
A
-  +0 votes  + Andrew Bankert › March 12, 2012
A-
fun coarse but pretty tough on some holes
-  +0 votes  + Geremy Gieryna › January 8, 2012
A
Would be an A+ if it wasn't for the long hike in the back of the park. Lots of elevation changes and great choices for pin positions.
-  +2 votes  + DJ Anderson › November 9, 2011
A
One of the best courses I have ever played, has everything you could ask for from a DGC. The locals are great and throw great tourneys!
-  +0 votes  + Sean Burkett › August 8, 2011
A+
-  -2 votes  + Kelly Dunnavant › September 17, 2011
C
-  +3 votes  + Dustin Hollingsworth › July 30, 2012
A+
By far the most difficult course I have personally played. The course mainly goes through a forest with tight fairways and different elevation changes. There are a few holes that are out in the open that has a ravine come into play (holes 5, 17, and 18). I find the front 9 a lot more difficult than the back 9. I think two different tee pads are needed on each hole instead of mulitple basket locations because the hole signs are inconsistant where the basket is actually located. 9 more holes ...
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-  +0 votes  + Randal Earls › June 28, 2011
A-
-  +2 votes  + Brandon Bryan › July 30, 2012
A+
Experienced players only. Tough course, great hike between holes 12-13 - a lot of people complain about this hike but it's wonderful!
-  +0 votes  + Billy Rommal › June 12, 2011
B+
-  +2 votes  + Kevin Kline › July 30, 2012
A+
One of the nicest and challenging courses around. The 717DC continously makes efforts to make this course better for all players. Multiple pin placements and some with multiple tee pads. A long hike between #12 and #13 is a slight pain but it's a nice break from the game to enjoy the "whispering falls". As of july 29th - the 717DC added 9 more holes, which are more open near the basketball/tennis courts is where #19 starts - great addition!