Johnson Street Park
Great course! I've been playing for about ten years, and have played a large number of courses all over the state. Johnson Street has to be in my top three. One of the best marked and maintained courses I've ever played.
It's got a good mix of wooded and open holes. Multiple tee boxes make it a good course for beginners as well as advanced players.
If you're in the area definitely worth while to stop in for a round!
maybe it's because this course is 3 mins from my house and I started here.I would give it a 5 however the only thing to me seems to be only that the are no exceptionally long holes, but as a beginner (1.5 months regularly and a few times 3-4 years ago) it is awesome as i cant launch a disc but only 275-325 feet at the moment. The course is a great mix of wooded and open holes. The woods and brush around the course are also no too thick, so you can maneuver around to find your discs (that stray off the fairway) with little difficulty. I have yet to play from blue or gold for a whole round but plan on doing so on my next game. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!
Also the holes are very strategically placed, and EASY to follow, you simply can not get lost!
This course in design is probably worth a three (3), but due to the signs on almost each hole which give you distance from each tee, a map, and directions to the next hole, I bump it up to a four. This course is one of the easiest to navigate that I've played.
Good mix of terrain. I played this course for the first time in 4-5 years and shot par from the blue (intermediate) tees, so not overly difficult. But the gold tees - yikes. A few of those gold tee positions need to be rethought; my discs cannot travel through trees.
Popular course so don't be surprised to get caught behind a few other groups. It's worth the wait.
This course is well maintained and the terrain is fun. The course is of moderate difficulty, and it quite short/straight from the Whites. Have a look at the Gold "Extreme" Tees just for fun!
Overall, great variety of shots with some interesting obstacles (creek bed, wall of pine trees, electrical tower). Keep it together for the big bombers on the back nine!
Con: Course not aging well. Recent tornado in the area caused some damage to the course. Often soggy, even when it has been dry. A hard course.
Pro: Well planned and easy to follow. 3 levels of difficulty available.
Score would be higher but the course is almost too hard. Two holes have absolutely no fairway from the blue and gold tees. Built on a tract of land unusable for housing, it is cris-crossed with streams, ravines, and culverts, and the ground is constantly wet. Unfortunately, over-use, erosion, and dying trees are really taking a toll on the course.
4/5 Rating is well deserved because this coures offers 3 sets of teepads and is incredibly well maintained and populated.
3 sets of teepads (white, blue, gold) that increase in difficulty respectively.
Great club that has Tuesday leagues at 5:30pm and Sunday doubles at 2:30pm
Mostly wooded course definitely challenges midrange and control shots.
Home to local pros David Wiggins Jr. and Andrew Coggin
Course is a little short, no real bomber holes minus 18 which is about 450 uphill.
It can get very crowded at times and has three holes that can potentially put you in danger if someone makes a mistake throwing on a prior hole. (hole 7 blue pad, hole 16 fairway, hole 18 white and blue/gold pad)
All in all this course is great!
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