Watertown, MA 
Arsenal on the Charles Share
Uploaded By: twicetenturns Hole #5 (Taken 8/2014)
3 / 210ft. Par / Distance:
Hole #5 Tee: Mando to the right of the tree



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    Course Conditions as of 4/22/2016
    1/31/16 Giant pile of dirt located by hole 2's basket due to construction. #4 and #9 baskets missing, so there are only 6 baskets on site. Also has piles of rubble on holes 3 & 6. All signs are missing, making navigation near impossible. UPDATE 4/22/16: Baskets Missing: #1, #4, #9 (5 remain) The giant pile of dirt on the hole formerly known as #2 (doves are crying) is finally removed and it plays well. Since this course is not much of one anymore, I will no longer refer to hole numbers from the previous layout. This plays like a safari pitch and putt, so make your own 9/18 hole. The ones I suggest are as follows: Start at Bright Horizons 400 Talcott Ave, Watertown, MA 02472 http://tinyurl.com/hodhr7k Look over the playground towards the small buildings and you should see 2 baskets. Play from here if the playground is unoccupied, play from the parking lot if there are no cars, or play from the sidewalk near the green shed if all else fails. 175'-300' Next hole is in a direct line with the walkway that runs between the two baskets, to the right of the big tree and past it by 50'. It’s on the crest of a hill, so long shots are punished. 150’-220' Next, backtrack to the gravel path that runs alongside the parking lot, and look away from the previously mentioned massive tree. To the left of the path, the ground slopes down and runs alongside a busy street. There is a building submerged in this hillside, and you can see the roof. The basket is to the right and slightly past it. From the T, which I play as long as possible, you can use the shortest light post as a visual marker. Be careful of pedestrians walking up the staircase just in front of the basket. 300'+ Next, keep walking past the basket until there are no trees immediately in front of you. The ground slopes from right to left, and the gravel path continues on the berm above you. Where the small brush ends, the basket lives. Very hard to see and attack, watch out for cars/pedestrians. 175’ Next, Turn around and play back to the last hole from wherever you want. (The parking garage has an open roof) 200-350’ From the hole next to the submerged roof, tee off in the grass next to the roof, going back to the previous hole. This was the original #2, so imagine it with a 50’ tall pile o’ dirt in the way ;) 300’ From the basket near the woods, shoot towards the small buildings at either basket. That will get you started, good luck!
    (Last updated by 2tones)

    Course Details
    PermanentCourse Type:
    2014Year Established:
    Mostly Flat & Lightly WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
    9 / 8Holes / Baskets:
    1868 ft.Course Length: Metric
            27 Par Info:
            19.2 DGCR SSE: [ ? ]
    No / NoMultiple Tees / Pins:
    GrassTee Type:
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    16 / 26.81 Rounds Recorded / Average Score:     
    -- Discs Lost:
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    Description: Urban short course among walking paths, brick buildings, and parking lots. Technical pitch and putt that is free to play.

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    02472 Zip/Postal Code: Map Zip
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