The Willows

Winona, Minnesota     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Paul Solberg › January 31, 2011
Concrete tee pads, always level, a good array of long holes/short holes and water hazards, not too busy

parts of the course can flood if the lake level rises, not many trees for obstacles, a few roads border the park and cars are easily hit, goose poop on holes 5 and 6, sometimes people walking on the bike path have picked up discs and kept walking.


One person can finish a round here in 45 minutes to an hour. It's a short play but not good if it's really windy. Better to head to The Woods up at Saint Mary's University then.
-  +0 votes  + Todd Dale › September 29, 2010
Easy walking course. The holes are pretty wide open. It borders a lake and a couple of holes can get interesting with the lake. Great course to bring the kids along and let them loose.
-  +0 votes  + Matt Wubben › June 27, 2014
This is a great course for beginners when it's NOT WINDY. Let me say that again, when this course is windy it turns from a great beginners course into a horrible soul crushing, impossible course. That aside the course is relatively flat and a little lacking in obstacles, which makes it a great place for a new player and good practice run for experienced players. I particularly enjoy hole 16 just because it is so long and you can really let it fly on that hole. The rest of the course is filled wi ...
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-  +0 votes  + Matt R › April 21, 2015
Pros: Its a good beginners course. It has concrete pads. The first time can be a little confusing, but for 18 holes there isn't a lot of walking. Some water hazards, little obstacles. It takes me 45 mins to do by myself. The lake shore has a buffer zone, so weeds will stop your disc from rolling in the lake for the most part. Mostly flat Touraine. Holes are medium length, expect two holes that take two-three good drives to get into putter range. Cons: There is hardly any buffer from the wind ...
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