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

Course Details

# Holes: 18
Target Type: Mach V
Tee Type: Concrete
Elevation: Flat
Foliage: Woodsy
Course Length: 6,000ft
Alternate Length: 5,022ft
Hole Length: Under 300ft: 8 | 300 - 400ft: 5 | Over 400ft: 5

Directions

I-75 north from Dallas; Eldorado Pky exit. Go north on service road to a right on Park View Ave. Take a right at the Wilson Creek Pky., 0.25 mile, turn into baseball field parking lot. 1st hole in tree at south end of the lot.

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Course Reviews

Rated
by texas52165 on Mar 8, 2012 at 11:01pm

One of the best courses around. Very difficult, but will make you a better player for it. The championship tees are extreme, but give you confidence for anything that you come up against. If your new to the game go across the street and have fun at Alex Clark, but if you want a run for your money and to test your skill Towne Lake is where to Tee off.

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by Cpotts1 on Aug 14, 2010 at 8:50pm

My first 5 rating. Great tees and most holes have a choice of harder one. Two pin positions on all holes as well. Great course to work on control. Most shots require you to go to the right, around trees, keep it low. Hole #8 is very tempting to go after. Its just left of a 30ft drop into a creek. Difficult and fun course. Couple of holes that are over 550ft. Didn't have a problem with mosquitos, but its pretty dry. Great course, but I wouldn't suggest throwing DX discs, because you will hit some trees.

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by TXAG09 on Mar 31, 2010 at 7:03pm

Best course I have played in this area. I lost one disc trying to throw high over the bend in the creek and I snagged a tree. As tempting as it may be keep all throws lows and take the extra shot. The Mosquitoes are horrible and I have yet to run into a snake but I am sure they are out there. Coolest part about the course has nothing to do with the holes because each tee box has a brush designed to remove mud from your shoes. Very fun and challenging course.

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by JDGuy on Nov 9, 2009 at 7:40pm

This course is challenging!! and he said it right, play it low and slow, because this course can easily snag a few you thought would be ok until a richochet sends it sailing back 30 ft the other direction into a creek. My friend lost 3 discs in one day in my preparation for my 1st tournament at this course. It is a woozie, it will challenge you, and you will be better for it.

The tee boxes, signs and maintenance are the best i've ever seen.

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by ThunderWalker on Nov 2, 2009 at 12:40am

Great course to really hone your skills, and to lose a disc or two on. This course will, I repeat, will eat your disc if you're not careful. Play it slow and low, that is the tempo, and this course will quickly become an all time favorite. I like to play at Alex C. Memorial first get in a good warm-up course, before tackling Town Lake.

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by gmos31 on Oct 26, 2009 at 1:45pm

One of the most difficult courses in the Metroplex. Course has both long and short tees and pin placements on most holes that are used for tournament play. Par is a great score on most holes with birdies being a bonus. Extremely wooded course requiring precision on nearly every tee shot, and some holes you have to get lucky to avoid a tree. Good combination of both long and short holes. A deep creek comes into play on more holes after rainfall. OVERALL-I'm mixed on the rating of this course. Although it's my favorite course due to the level of difficulty and I love a challenge, sometimes even a good shot is punished with a bad kick from the multitude of trees and the baskets are known for spit outs, however some of the best Advanced and Pro players will tell you this course has helped elevate their level of play. If you are looking for ultimate test of your skill, patience, and shot making ability you have to play this course, but if you are out to just have a good time and prefer smiles over frustration you'd have better luck at the course just across the highway. P.S. beware of snakes and mosquitos