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27 reviews (showing 1–20)

Shot variety/design
Tee areas
Sep 5, 2023
So much potential here hopefully 1 day it can be completed: hope 3 is absolutely awesome!
After playing Long tees - tee signs
Aug 4, 2023
Well maintained fun to play but the pars are all weird
May 13, 2023
Interesting layout. No tee boxes, no indicators for the next basket, get ready for a hike through the tall grass
Apr 6, 2023
Weird design, doesn’t flow well
Mar 19, 2023
Pars are terribly marked. A 900+ ft fairway should not be a Par 3. Tee pads are on bad locations. Open and kind of boring
Aug 26, 2023
Tee off areas can be very unleveled. Really needs tee pads. Upkeep sucks every time I’ve been there. However the lay out is fun and there are some cool shots to be made.
Sep 8, 2022
This course is not only fun and challenging but it is also beautiful and extremely well maintained. I am a beginner and was still able to have fun with holes as long as 900+ feet!
Sep 8, 2022
Awesome course, clear signs and well maintained! Can't wait for them to add the other 9.
Sep 4, 2022
Course is in great shape !
Sep 4, 2022
Very long course, tee box layout is kinda rough but a good course
Jun 27, 2022
This course is going to be great. Can't wait for the finished product of 18 holes. But for now we patiently wait.
May 31, 2022
Needs a fresh mow for sure but otherwise pretty decent
Dec 5, 2021
Got a little tired of the Pittsburgh tracks and came out here. Awesome terrain to play on, fair pars, nice scenery. Getting a hole in one on #4 didn’t hurt either.
Nov 21, 2021
The course is fine for what it is. Not having tee pads and some sloped footing to tee from doesn't help. Some of the holes seem like baskets were just dropped in open space causing a lot of similar straight shots. However holes like 1 and 3 make really cool shots. Definitely worth a look if you are already in the area playing Milton, but not quite worth a long trip yet.
Nov 20, 2021
Nice bomber holes. No teedpads which is rough this time of year. Teeing off from hillsides was a little sketchy.
Dec 5, 2022
Course is cool, a lot of long shots. Easy to lose a disc if you get off course. Tee boxes are well marked.
Sep 6, 2021
The actual route of each basket is very nice and beautiful. Unfortunately finding each tee box takes longer than it should. Part of the course is labeled and part is not. This makes play feel very slow and takes the fun away.
Aug 24, 2021
Early stages. Needs some work but this course will be sick. Major long bombs. Wide open shots.
Sep 9, 2021
Great course so far excited for the back 9 to be finished!
Sep 1, 2023
The tee signs for holes 1 and 2 are attached to the guard rails because we were not allowed to dig holes on the dam to install posts. The current 9-holes was designed in the areas of the park that were already maintained by the mowers and very little clearing was needed to complete the layout. The course is mostly open but uses the rough and hills and available trees to make placement and accuracy important as well as the distance that is needed to birdie these holes. The other 9 holes that will weave their way into what is currently the first 4 holes, will bring the water and woods into play and should be truly spectacular. But at the current moment the park is short staffed and under funded so that may not happen for a few more years. The current 9 is a bombers dream. The view from the tee of hole 1 is one of my favorites on any course. The rest of the course, while wide open really requires distance with placement to score well. It’s not an ideal course for beginner to intermediate level players. It’s designed for advanced to pro level players. With the land that we had to work with, and the fact that we weren’t trying to add any more mowing to the parks normal schedule, the course plays about as good as it can. It’s not perfect, but it’s not supposed to be a 9 hole course either. Concrete tees should be installed soon. Innova baskets in good shape. Grass has been maintained. The walk from 3 to 4 is stupid, but we haven’t had a chance to clear the woods for the 18-hole layout to eliminate that. In time. If you enjoy wide open courses that you don’t walk through poison ivy or end up in thorns constantly, I think you’ll love it here. It’s a beautiful walk at a beautiful lake with some really nice views throughout. You should be able to avoid walking over any guardrails (except to the tee of 1) if you follow the correct walking path. After hole 6, make sure you make a sharp right around the tree and back towards the flag pole to avoid having to hop the guard rail. I hope some day we can complete the course as 18. If not, I will eventually redesign it into a better 9-hole course. As this layout is supposed to be part of an 18-hole design that all gets tied together when complete. Where what is currently hole 1-3 will have holes 1-12 with quite a few beautiful shots over the water that will be jaw dropping the first time you see them. I sure hope the dream comes true someday. As is, if the tee pads get installed, it’s a pretty solid 9 holes. If you don’t like open courses, it’s not gonna be your favorite. If you aren’t a very good player, it will probably be too long for you. If you have dreams of the pro tour, perhaps you’ll visualize spectators along the dam road with vendors and food trucks and thousands of spectators watching Simon park hole 1 with ease for the eagle. Also, the water level is highest in summer, and the course is best to be avoided after a heavy rain as it can get wet and the tees can get pretty crappy as they are just grass. But when it’s dry out, it’s pretty nice.