Wilton Lyndeborough High School

Wilton, New Hampshire     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +3 votes  + Noah Proctor › June 23, 2014
Course is coming togther nicely. Nearing completion of all 18 holes. Saturday league is in full swing and growing every week- a great local course close to home. Please respect the school polices and practice "carry in-carry out" This course will test even the most skilled disc golfer, with many tress and tight holes. A great variety of wooded and open holes.
-  +2 votes  + Mat Ladroga › May 13, 2014
down to 3 holes left! with hard work this week, we should be playing all 18 Saturday.
-  +2 votes  + Huk Holt › May 21, 2014
Im Mark Holt, cant grade it less. Come check it out and give us feedback. This course was designed to be challenging, so if its hard, get better. Big Love to the SVDG crew
-  +1 votes  + Richard Hamel › August 6, 2014
Played Wilton for the first time yesterday. The course is very easy to find. As you drive up School Road a small kiosk is on the left and the teepad for hole# 1 is right behind it. The parking lot is about 300 feet further up the road. The course plays very short and is extremely wooded. It looks like holes 1-8 are the original course and 9-18 have recently been added. Fairways are laid out decently but a good number of trees still need to be cleared. Overall we really liked it .. ...
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-  +0 votes  + Sean Vaillancourt › August 24, 2014
Liked the front half. Very hard to follow the last holes, no signs, or arrows.
-  +0 votes  + Dennis MacCallum › September 7, 2014
My favorite course. Great layout. Great for All player levels, course I first started on in April. Requires alittle finesse on some of the holes, but definitely designed to be a challenge. They are still in the process of getting signage in place on the newer holes. Great place to go!!!
-  +0 votes  + Steven H › June 22, 2016
Not very well maintained, especially the Back 9. Front 9 is not too bad, hole maps are there and arrows posted to the next tee box. But.....I would almost classify the Back 9 as unplayable, no maps, very little arrows showing where the next tee box is, and the unmaintained vegetation (mostly ferns) makes it very easy to lose your disc (especially if you're a long thrower w/ out a spotter). I don't recommend this course to no one, unless you just do the Front 9.
-  -2 votes  + Tim Kimball › March 19, 2014
Ice and snow is outa hand!