Family friendly, dog friendly course installed summer 2018. Most holes are 300 feet or shorter, allowing newer or less powerful players to enjoy the course, but still a challenging layout for more advanced players. Teepads are now in place, with beginner/family friendly tee pads coming soon. Most holes have well mowed fairways with tall grass on either side defining them, and clear paths run between each hole. A bridge has been built to cross the creek on the campground holes, and steps to prevent future flooding have been taken in recent weeks. Bathrooms and water can be found in the rec center and the baseball concessions building near hole 9s basket.
Brick/Pavers, Grass Tees
DISCatcher Pro (28 chains) Targets
Mixed use, Public park
Drinking water available
Jefferson County Parks and Recreation
No signs on the tee pads, which are rather short. Long walk back to the lot from 18’s basket which is tricky to find your direction on the first visit.
It’s a nice walk in the park. It’s not a hard course so beginners and recreational should love the achievable holes. The tees aren’t good. So small and get so slick when wet. Don’t like the pavers. Not long and not hard but I enjoy it. It’s not all the same shots and I get to play around with rollers
Nice course. Not muddy after a rain the day before.
Teepads slick uneven, and sizes vary by hole. If you have a long walk up it is best to play by the side
The Hobbies Shop4.7 mi
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