Hole 1 starts at the parking area going to the basket behind the volleyball court. Hole 2 goes from the back corner of the basketball court going towards the music pavilion. Hole 3 goes from the music pavilion to the bleachers near home plate at the softball field. Hole 4 goes from the picnic shelter back towards the music pavilion. Hole 5 goes from the edge of the straight ahead. Hole 6 is a tunnel shot starting near the swingsets going through the batting cage to the basket beside the picnic shelter. Mando through the first set of batting cage poles. Hole 7 starts underneath the tree by the river going to the corner of the property past the boat ramp. Hole 8 start on the fence line and curves to the left to the basket behind the scoreboard. Hole 9 starts at the entrance of the park and goes between the softball field and road ending in the parking area. This is the only par 4. Mando right of the light pole.
fair conditions
Holes
9
Availability
Year Round
Tees
Grass
Targets
Black Hole Pro
Property
Mixed Use, Public Park
Services
Established
2019

Layouts

HOLES
DIST
PAR
1
239
3
2
332
3
3
279
3
4
323
3
5
254
3
6
239
3
7
301
3
8
246
3
9
400
4

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Course map beside hole 1Fifth hole runs right by the river
drqshadow
@drqshadow
Jun 16, 2021
3.0
Course runs through a dilapidated old playground and around a baseball field. I worried about the river on holes 5 & 7 and about the big, scary “beware of dog” sign on the fence beside 1 & 2. No tee pads and the practice-grade baskets are beginning to wear out but the course is still very playable. A few unique obstacles make it more interesting than your standard nine-hole afterthought. I’m honestly astonished to find a course at all, in such a remote part of the state.