The course, which opens for the season June 6, occupies a lot at 12 Wyckoff Avenue that was a former dumping ground for everything from broken toilets to car parts. It will be built almost entirely from repurposed materials.
One hole, for instance, will include obstacles like scrap-car doors to simulate the hazards of city cycling. Another will use recycled soda bottles to create a water feature with a pier-like structure. A third will have a mock bodega where golfers will have to navigate around boxes and milk crates.