Measurements acquired by: Tee Sign
Hole Info. Notes: Hole 2 lists a 2nd teeing area at 250', but it is a little hard to determine the location because there are no established tee boxes (no concreate, mats, stones, posts or anything other than a DGA hole sign).
Holes are clustered, but easy to navigate. There is a park bathroom in line of flight on hole 1, a pavilion in the routes of hole 3 and 4's play, a playground and basketball court on hole 7; all in all there isn't much room for scattered shots, save holes 8 and 9.
Hole 7's sign is a little unclear, but the teeing area seems to be between the playground and basketball court, adjacent to the tee sign, halfway between the tee sign and the creek (under the canopy of the trees).
All the distances are measured as the bird flies, not the fairway. and the par on the signage appears to be an inaccurate interpretation of Amateur or Recreational par based on the PDGA par guideline pdf that you can download from their website. Thus, I have provided the correct Recreational, Intermediate Amateur and Advanced Amateur par (Red = Rec, White = IAM, Blue = AAM).
The trail that runs through the park is not out of bounds, as it weaves through the park and several holes (5, 6, & 9). Please keep an eye out for other park users, and be polite while waiting for them to be on their way, or skip a hole if they are using the amenities that are within flight paths.
Watch out for the barb wire fence on the right that runs tight and adjacent to hole 4 and 5's fairways.