Very hilly Heavily wooded Water in play on 9 holes It's called Highland Hills for a reason. It's hilly and a great walk (plus, the park is named Highland Municipal Park). Open from sunrise to sunset. Scorecards are in the mailbox by the first tee. Major elevation. Three sets of tees: red, white, and blue. Very memorable pin placements (for example, on top of three tractor tires, hanging from an artificial tree branch, behind a bamboo wall, and IN a creek!). Fun course! Recent changes and issues with property lines meant 2 baskets had to be removed also had some baskets stolen so there is now one tone pole. Holes 8 and 9 where removed.
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Jul 23, 2022
"This course used to be good. It has been abandoned. There is no signage or discernible paths, multiple missing baskets, and everything is entirely overgrown. Hopefully it’ll get the TLC it needs to be good again."
Sep 7, 2021
"Don’t waste your time until winter. Abandoned, unplayable during any warm part of the year."
Apr 25, 2021
"nice design, but missing 3 baskets and is not kept up really at all. Would be a 4 without those two things. Don’t play in the summer - May lose discs in the underbrush. "
Mar 15, 2021
"Truly a good course. Definitely needs some attention to the transition paths and fairways. Two hole have tone poles and the one open bomber hole basket is gone all together. Still playable. Also idk what it was on this day but a horrible smell lingered on almost every hole. Did not help the trek up and down hill sides any better. "
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