Woodland Park

Collinsville, Illinois     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Justin Stern › April 18, 2013
-  +1 votes  + Alan Amos › October 24, 2016
This is just a well built course. The flow is good, there are trash cans around, good bathroom facilities and fair holes. Water comes into play on 4 holes, but can either be carried or avoided without much difficulty. Each New Years Day the local club runs a great event called the Headache Bowl. Defiantly worth the ride to play this course.
-  +1 votes  + Matthew Bowling › March 19, 2016
-  +1 votes  + Matt Faulkner › August 3, 2018
Ignore the old 2012 review, this review is from my playing of this course from summer of 2014 to present. Signs and pads are fine (little muddy after rain), and the course is easy to navigate. Plenty of variety....uphill, downhill, trees, water, etc. Pedestrians are never a problem.

The only legit complaints are the gumballs (grow a pair) and the litter. Wear shoes as some areas have shattered glass that is impossible to clean up. Some punks can't behave in public.

This course is awesome overall. No glass/litter earns it an A+.
-  +0 votes  + Ramon Espique › September 17, 2018
Very nice course that can use some new teepads, but more importantly new baskets. Difference between red and blue teepads are great that it makes one think they are playing two difference courses.

Edit: New baskets (Veterans) going in soon. Also putting concrete down for red pads. Once blues get concrete this will be an A rated course.
-  +0 votes  + Keo Sabengsy › February 9, 2017
-  +0 votes  + jeff Balthazore › June 23, 2017
-  -1 votes  + Kompact Kites › February 23, 2012
This course is easy to find, and looks beautifully woody, which the name suggests, and has some shallow water hazards that make it unique. Wildlife such as ducks, geese, and swans also hang out in the water which gives it a nice touch; Unfortunately there are lots of gumballs, kids, pets, and other park goers that completely ignore the disc golf players, and pavilion and pathway users are littered on good weather days, which is right next to holes 1 and 2 to start out. The tee box's are a f ...
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