1 Helpful / 2 Not
Field, and water close
Pros: First hole is a nice straight shot
There are picnic tables, tennis courts and basketballs courts.
Course is designed well so that at the end of the game, you'll be back to where you began.
During the summer its nice to disc here with friends just hanging out.
Cons: Theres a hole with a close pond of water nearby.
Also disc can get lost in a creek on the second hole, so watch your disc carefully.
Other Thoughts: People have gone fishing in this pond and found disc before, theres only one place for major water, but still disc get lost.
The creek on the second hole gets dry during the fall, so you dont have to worry about getting your disc in water.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 3 Not
Very Short Holes
Pros: Many many short holes going through trees. A bit of a variety but water is not really in play and not much elevation. Good signs.
Cons: You could basically play the entire course with a mid range and putter. Tee pads are poor.
Other Thoughts: Good beginner course or a place to play for a change of pace. Not a destination course.
2 of 5 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 4 Not
Good but could be better
Pros: Signage - tee signs on every hole most pretty accurate
Variety - not just RBHB biased
Cons: No Porta Potties, Holes not very long in distance
Other Thoughts: Good beginner course but if you're looking for a challenge i'd recommend Fallasburg Park
1 of 5 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 3 Not
Solid course, lots of leaves
Pros: - Nice elevation.
- Some technical holes, some longer holes.
- Playing around the Oak trees can be fun and frustrating all at once.
Cons: - Leaves everywhere! Easy to lose sight of a disc that way.
- Somewhat confusing for a first time player even with signs on a few holes pointing to the next hole, but it'd be easy after playing just once.
Other Thoughts: Could've been more well kept up with all the oak leaves. I don't think the park cleans them up other than maybe around the basketball courts and the playground.
Honestly if the leaves weren't an issue and the creek around the park was more in play I'd of given this course a 3.5 or a 4.
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 4 Not
A good mix
Pros: I play here with my son quite a bit, since he has a good time developing his game here. Not too hard of a course and not too easy. A good mix of tree shots and open field shots to work on a variety of throwing styles.
Cons: Can be crowded and some language not appropriate for a young kid.
Other Thoughts: Nice course to play, can play fairly quickly for 18 holes if the park isn't crowded.
1 of 5 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 2 Not
Well Rounded Course
Pros: A good mix of technical and long shots. Competition can go back and forth depending on your skill sets. The first few holes are quite tricky through wooded areas. A few of the middle holes have some wide open 400+ ft fairways.
Cons: Can be quite wet if it rains within a few days. Some of the technical holes are just sloppy with overgrown foliage, making the hole quite frustrating.
Other Thoughts: One of the better courses in the Grand Rapids region. Less crowded than Brewer, longer than JC, less water than Riverside and baskets (unlike Johnson)
3 of 5 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: To be completely honest for the first time playing this course I was impressed. The holes were not to hard which makes it a perfect beginners course for your friends that are just getting into the game. I would really recommend this course for all those people just starting out. It really gives a good feel to the different types of play, woods, field, water, and hazards such as people and pets that a new player needs to be aware off.
Cons: A couple of the holes, 12 and 13 I believe have roots can if your not careful can really cause some damage to your ankle. Some of the holes are missing the Mando but to be honest the drive distance isn't all that bad on those holes.
Other Thoughts: In late fall the course is really pretty with the different leaves changing color, so i would take that into consideration when choosing your disc color. I have not played in spring but can see where there may be a swamp/mud issue. Also this park seems to be busy everything I have played at it and meeting new people that enjoy the game is always a plus. Advice and tips can be shared as new as forming new friends.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Some Tee pads are in. A lot of short holes combined with a few holes you can try to throw for distance. If you can navigate the trees successfully you can birdie most holes. Mandatory shots help to work on your accuracy throws.
Cons: Tee pads really need concrete or some type of surface. instead of dirt and roots. could use a better way to cross over the little marsh creek between 4 and 5. when dry its ok but when wet it is really muddy. if park is crowded watch out for discs coming your way. front nine holes are way too close to each other.
Other Thoughts: great course to try and work on your accuracy. If you can throw some shots straight you can navigate a lot of the trees. With some nice shots you can score really well. first few holes you are trying to shoot placement shots to set up either your putt or your next approach shot. (9.10, and 11) you can open up and let the bombs go before you have more technical approach shots. nice course for the area they had to work with.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: - Great for beginners or people trying to disc down and be successful
-Many Different types of shots.(Short treed shots, long field shots, and water shots)
Cons: -Can be short for some people
-The field shots (8,9,10) can be hot if playing in hot weather
-The Water is the grosses water I've ever seen.
- A few of the tee pads have roots in them, and all natural tee pads.
Other Thoughts: Its a nice little short course, there can be people walking dogs but didn't seem like a problem when we were there. Hole 2 is kind of hard to find, it's to the left of the basket for hole 1. A lot of nice shots and a good amount of ace shots here too . The wind can play into the holes field holes a lot also. Sometimes you will kind condoms and other random stuff on the tee pads and other places. Between hole 4 and 5 can be really muddy or worse sometimes.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: -Beginner friendly, with generous amateur tees.
-Adequate signage, obvious flow, and a fair balance between short wooded holes and somewhat longer drives across a grassy field.
-Good use of the little elevation available, including a basket raised a few feet by rocks.
-A pond and small creek come into play on a couple of holes, but only the most errant throw risks being lost.
-Mandatories add to the difficulty in several spots, although one sign was missing (thanks to Terry C for guiding!)
Cons: -Well-worn dirt/natural tee pads are fairly treacherous. Beware roots, they'll push you down and steal your lunch money if given half the chance.
-Located in busy multi-use park. Some trash and graphitti.
-Due to the close proximity of each hole to it's neighboring holes, the chance to be hit by a disc is very real. Exercise caution when busy.
Other Thoughts: -Pitch and putt except for a handful of moderate length holes.
-A fun little course for casual play or if you're in the immediate area.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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