Carlin Weld Park

Palymra, Wisconsin     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Josh Ehrendreich › March 15, 2018
Of the courses I've played in Wisconsin, this would rank among the top 5 best, and that includes Rolling Ridge, Sandy Point, High Bridge, Tendick, Heritage Trails, Brown Deer. Lots of challenge, well maintained, great tees, and overall well designed with some fine touches to make it worthy of A type rating.
-  +1 votes  + Treeguy One › November 30, 2018
A- only because the pond hasn’t been used for some water holes and it being a little shorter coarse. A+ as far as signage, use of real estate, terrain change, tee pads, stairs on the steep hill. Pretty fun coarse all in all, but that pond screams for a hole or two to add that factor. Park is big enough for another 9 pads and 18 baskets.
-  +1 votes  + Jason Callen › November 1, 2017
Fun course. Great use of space. 18 baskets on 9 holes. Good signage and upkeep. I'll go back for sure.
-  +0 votes  + Grant Harris › July 9, 2018
challenging for my level. cool park. No one is there so I can get the course to myself. Close to my house. a lot of knapweed and long grass to create fairways to aim at. No uphill fairways. Organized, it is nice that they tell me where the next hole is. It is cool that Hole 1 is on rocks. A bathroom. Picnic area. Practice basket. Cement tee pads. More mosquitoes in mosquito season. A good amount of obstacles. I like the distance of this course since there is only one hole under 210 feet but this course is technical which makes it very frustrating but fun because I know I can get better.