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About the Course
First tee is right by the swing set area. Go towards the woods and look for the bricks. There is a map and par information on the bulletin board by the parking area.
9 Holes
rubber Tees
Mach I Targets
Mixed Use, Public Park
Established 2018
Dogs Allowed
Cart Friendly
Drinking Water Available
Restroom Available

Course Traffic

Players usually spend 1 - 4 hours here.

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May 25, 2022
"Really is a fun 9 holes. Grip it and rip it. Don't think your safe from losing a disc, the woods left on 1, 5, and 7 will swallow them and the 3ft and growing reeds on 3 could be trouble. I wish and hope they will add 9 more."
Dec 7, 2021
"open course with a bit of elev. change. Good beginner course because of wide open or 2practice your drives shapes without many obstacles. Dga mach 3’s,rubber mat tees many not level. The tee signs are Too close to tee pads and more space should be given.Watch your hands. I whacked one. First time but it appears this course is not heavily used. Not worth playing if you’re passing through. I suggest Northwoods, westwoods in morton. Mc naughton or Bradley park. These are all much better courses."
Sep 17, 2021
"Bombers paradise. High power shot shaping makes this course really interesting. Tough with the wind. Long course from the blue. Distance on tee sign seem to be lasered, but elevation plays a big role on most holes making them play longer/shorter. If you can throw far definitely worth the stop. "
Aug 5, 2021
"Someone should definitely look into making this an 18 hole course….get rid of the long tees…592ft par 3???? This isn’t the freaking pro tour. Who ever designed this must have been drunk or something else…ppl park their vehicles within 10 ft of hole 3 basket…kind of a joke for those who actually enjoy it "


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