A little muddy from the rain but all in all fair
Par is 64. Difficult course with a open but challenging front nine and a tree-heavy, narrow, disc swatting back nine. Great course for a good challenge. The course was remodeled in August of 2014.
Concrete, Rubber Mat Tees
Prodigy T1 (Pro DG T1) Targets
Drinking water available
Great variety of shot shapes and distances. Course has a good flow and progression to it. Restrooms available on the front nine. Signage between holes was helpful on the back 9, though tee signs seemed faded on several holes. Overall a challenging, yet fun course that doesn’t require elite distance.
What a beautiful course. Huge old trees. One of the more unique courses in Texas. Gotta play smart. Hit the lines. And fight for pars. Not impossible but great practice overall. 10/10.
It's epic and it's FREE. Great courses are always a physical and mental battle, and the Beast does not disappoint. Forces you to play uncomfortable shots and work uncomfortable angles. Woods punishes bad throws. Water and OB in the park part does the same. Fantastic and humbling, but not so long that you need a bomber arm to play it.
Just need to keep up with some of the trash bins and trash thrown in the rough off the fairways. Other than that an overall clean course
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