Parking and access to both courses begins at the Farm's gravel parking lot and along the MetoParks Bikeway spur trail. Signage and a practice putting basket are located at the trailhead. The 9-hole FIELD Course is designed as a learn-to-play facility for beginners, or a quick warm-up for more experienced players. The FIELD Course begins to the right of the spur trail along a grassed farm lane. The course wraps around the Farm's fishing pond and children's natural playground. The first four holes are open and played across a mowed lawn, while the final 5 holes are located in the adjacent woods. The 18-hole FOREST Course is accessed by walking the length of the spur trail, crossing the MetroParks Bikeway, and traversing the grassed farm lane of the Mindy Henning Memorial Trail to reach the #1 Tee at the edge of the forest. The FOREST Course is a challenging course requiring skill, accuracy, and creativity This par 60 course has narrow, tree-line fairways, blind tee shots, undulating terrain, tributary crossings, and a few surprises along the way. The heavily-wooded front 9 makes way for a unique back 9 with holes surrounded by meadow, water, pine groves, and other habitats. Both courses provide diverse and picturesque settings, memorable vistas, and educational experiences regarding agriculture and natural resources.
Concrete, Dirt, Grass Tees
DISCatcher Pro (original) Targets
Mixed use, Public park
Drinking water available
Mill Creek MetroParks: 330-702-3000www.millcreekmetroparks.org
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If this course had better tee signs with eagle eye view, I would rate this course a 5. It’s a great layout for any level player and provides enough challenge to make me want to come back.
lot of trees down in the fairway
This is definitely a fun course. It’s mostly wooded and you can play from three different tees. There’s a good variation of distances and shots. If you want to improve your game, this is a good course for it. My one downside is that two of the tees (beginner and amateur) don’t have pads and can get pretty gross in spring, fall, and winter.
Needs a few trees cut down and teepads for the short tees
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