Public park. Daylight hours.
I realize it’s a work in progress, but you have to rate the course to what it is now. Great potential with tons of tricky gaps. The T Pads are rough and need to be bigger even with gravel. Potential!
Dan Doyle design. 2 open holes, 16 wooded. Moderate level hikes along hillsides. Currently open for play while under construction. Watch for working course staff on fairways. Vehicles on walking path are course staff only. Check uDisc cleanup events and Papakating Facebook group for the opportunity to meet course staff for direction. Park in the Woodbourne Park lot as construction is ongoing. Be wary of pedestrians and fishermen. A pedestrian/bicycle path runs throughout the inside of the course. First tees left of bridge near the pond. 18's basket visible in field nearest parking. 14, 15, 17 and 18 are adjacent to an active soy farm. Do keep feet and discs on the park grass. Hole sponsorships currently available. Advert will be displayed on course tee sign. See Course Contact.
Dirt, Grass Tees
DISCatcher Pro (28 chains) Targets
Mixed use, Public park
Not cart friendly
No drinking water available
No restroom available
No Upcoming Events!
I realize it's a work in progress, but you have to rate the course to what it is now. Great potential with tons of tricky gaps. The T Pads are rough and need to be bigger even with gravel. Potential!
First time playing this new course/white tees and I loved it. Great lay out with lots of potential, good signage and trails are well maintained. Hole 14 can go to hell. I’d really love to see some concrete tee pads in the future.
The more rounds this course sees the better it will get. Hole 3 is unfortunately a fast grower and needs some help at the moment. I also prefer to go down the hill to the right of 3s basket so it feels less like walking uphill just to go down the fairway of 4 to get to the tee. To eventually climb back up the fairway again after you throw. Shot variety is there. Challenging greens are there. Great tee positions (i miss hole 2 being a par 4). Current dirt tees are mostly good for the time being besides maybe a couple that are a bit short at the moment (ones a little sloping aswell probably due to wash out). This course is going to be fantastic in a couple of years if it gets the love and use it needs. Join the Facebook page and look out for workdays!
A classic Sussex County Experience, farm fields, brooks, and good views. The fairways require skilled woods shots. Be careful on the natural tee pads & watch for ticks, snakes, and bears. The maintenance crew is doing WORK but will always need extra hands.
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