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9 reviews

Sep 27, 2023
Beautiful park. Would be nice to arrange holes so first and last are near some parking. Very challenging for a beginner like me but it was fun.
After playing Main
Apr 27, 2023
very fun courde one of the best i played
Apr 27, 2023
Hands down one of the most fun and challenging courses i’ve played. Great conditions.
Aug 8, 2022
Good use of existing trees and terrain to create a variety of strategies and styles of shots. This course is spread out over a considerable stretch of real estate that could easily be turned into an 18 hole course. While the variety of landscape is nice there is significant space from many baskets to the next tee. Otherwise a great course, just give yourself an extra 15 minutes walking and navigation time.
Jul 31, 2021
Very enjoyable course. Some longer holes throughout a nice public park. If you are driving through Yorkton this course is highly recommended.
Aug 31, 2020
Beautiful course nice 9 posts for pads well maintained. Great use of hills and dips
Aug 31, 2020
I really enjoyed this 9B course. Nice use of hills and hazards. Loved playing around the water tower. First 3 baskets are near the water tower the last 6 are at the park across the street. Love basket 4 and how it sits on the side of a hill. Well done!
Jul 18, 2021
Elevation changes are a welcome sight on a Saskatchewan course, it's always fun to throw downhill. Prodigy baskets are great. It needs more signage. Several of the tee positions don't allow for a full run-up or are on uneven ground. The double mando on 3 ruins it. What could be a fun downhill flex drive is instead a tunnel shot under some low unkempt tree branches. I suppose it would prevent an absolute shank from ending up in the road, but moving the tee further along the road would fix this.
Jul 7, 2020
-tee signs provide no distance, par, or pin location -baskets are leaning and out of position -some tees and pin locations are questionable -hole 3 double mando does not serve the purpose of a mando by providing safety to surrounding area. All it does is force players to throw through a 15 ft gap with a ceiling so low and unkept that it forces the tee shot to be played to bottom of the hill. This hole is poorly designed at best.