Camping: no
Facilities: yes
Pay to Play: no
Handicap Accessible: no
Private: no
Tee Signs: yes

Course Details

# Holes: 18
Target Type: Mach III
Tee Type: Concrete
Elevation: Some Low Hills
Foliage: Mixed - Trees/Open
Course Length: 0ft
Alternate Length: 0ft
Hole Length: Under 300ft: 12 | 300 - 400ft: 5 | Over 400ft: 1
Course Designer: Phil Hullin


Hwy 41 to Fond du Lac, exit Johnson St. East (Hwy 23), left on Hickory St. Course is on the left next to skateboard park. 1st tee next to the bench and signboard near the river.

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Course Reviews

by trashman on Jun 21, 2015 at 11:43pm

This course could be significantly improved by simply adding navigational arrows. They were apparently in place at some time. Without them, it was impossible to try to navigate the random, zigzag holes. My son and I traveled 50 miles to play a round, and gave up after 8 holes. Beautiful park with great elevation challenges, but without a guide, we won't be returning to play.

by Ukelay13 on May 24, 2014 at 10:52pm

My home course. It has water, wind, hills, and a few trees but is mostly wide open. A fairway lake (nicknamed Lake Adelaide) appears on hole 10 after heavy rain storms. Some holes may be intimidating to new players but it is a great course to learn on. You will learn to read and play wind on this course.

The green arrow on the pad points to the basket and the red chain on the basket points to the next pad (some are wearing off). Some signs do need replacing. This course was redesigned 3 times since 2001. Unfortunately, since the course's creator Phil Hullin passed away the course is showing some wear. This winter the big tree on hole 2 was removed and made hole two much different. Hole 3 is the only remaining original hole from when it was a 9 hole course.

Please pick up your trash and enjoy this nice course.

by hoferchr on Jul 3, 2013 at 9:12pm

In response to "Longtees", the reason why there have been some changes to this course are the following: 1) It was originally a 9-hole course where each hole was considerably longer than they are now. 2) An additional 9-hole course was built at Buttermilk Park here in town. However, neighborhoods started to complain about too many discs in the yards, and so that course was moved to Adelaide Park. Adelaide Park became an 18-hole course with shorter fairways. 3) We had a flood come through town a few years back, and due to that some of the terrain at Adelaide needed significant repair. Since the flood, no significant changes have been made to the course.

by Longtees on Oct 27, 2009 at 12:50am

A mostly wide open 18 hole course with elevation on a few holes. Recommended for recreational to advanced players. Wind is almost a constant factor. A couple of tee boxes do not face the right basket and the course seems to be redesigned almost every year.