1 Helpful / 12 Not
Pros: VERY SHORT 9 HOLE COUSE THAT IS PRETTY. 2 HOLES OVER 200 ONE IS 300.LIKE THE EFFORT ELON PUT IN FOR THE KIDS SO IF UR SHOPIN IN BTOWN BRING UR PUTER AND CHALENGE A FRIEND TO A GAME OF PUTT PUTT
Cons: NOTE 2 EVERYONE THERE ARE NO ACES HERE EXCEPT HOLE 7 AND 8 REGARDLESS IF IT HAS A PAD AND GOAL 75FT PUTT IS NO ACE SORRY GUYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! we play the course as par 2 for every thing even the two long ones.
Other Thoughts: NICE DOG PARK BESIDE IT. BIG PLAY GROUND FOR KIDS, AND WALKING TRAILS
1 of 13 people found this review helpful.
14 Helpful / 1 Not
Shorter than a book on French war heroes.
Pros: Well kept park, bathrooms, amenities. All but 1 of the 9 holes has Discatcher baskets. The course is easy to follow with no difficulties of any kind at all. Mostly open with 3 wooded-ish holes. Sweet little building on hole 6. Plenty of ace opportunities.
Cons: It's ridiculously short. All holes are virtually straight ahead with only a couple ending to the right. Lots of other park goers, especially elderly and dog walkers. A little bit of a walk from 9 back to 1. Basket on 6 is kind of a homemade variety and catches about as well as the venus de milo statue.
Other Thoughts: A good place to bone up on your putting and approaching. I nearly aced #1 via straddle putt, it's that short. You can finish a round in 20 minutes easy. I'd just bring a couple of putters. Not really worth playing except for the aforementioned up shot practice, so if you're road tripping don't go out of your way to play here. Overall, a very nice little park with a nice little course.
14 of 15 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The scenery of this course is beautiful. Lovely eye catching flowers all over the area. Well maintained and kept up. FUN. Everything is an ace run! Very short, bring a couple putters and have a blast.
Cons: Too short to really be a challenge. Some homemade baskets that really don't catch at all... even good shots bounce out.
Other Thoughts: Great little course to have fun on while on your way to play the Burlington courses!
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 5 Not
elon disc golf
Pros: Fun for new players like myself, holes are easy for begginers but could be good practice for anyone, good place to practice technique
Cons: Short, you dont need to use a driver
Other Thoughts: I made my first ace here on hole one. The only one I have made yet.
2 of 7 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 2 Not
My first course
Pros: I just began playing disc golf in August. This is where I first started playing and learned the basics. It is a good course to learn on as well as teach others to play. It's also a good course to play when you only have a few minutes to get in a quick game.
Cons: I can play the entire course with my wolf and birdie every hole. I imagine more experienced players could almost ace every hole.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Below average, short course where I can reach every hole with a putter. I stop here for approach practice if I have to be in the area. Takes 15-20 mins. to complete. I would not drive out to this course unless you have small children to teach the game to, or would like a park that is handicapp accessible. It is that, and that is pretty cool.
Cons: 9 holes, basket damage
Other Thoughts: I have played there 2-3 times, and really do not drive out of my way to get there. I will ace hole #1 very soon, I usually throw it a bunch as it is about 70 feet, and very aceable.
6 of 8 people found this review helpful.
11 Helpful / 0 Not
Putt and Putt
Pros: This is a good place to teach people how to place disc golf. It is a beginner's course to the extreme (a couple of holes are less than 100 ft). The first 5 holes are handicap accessible, which is a nice thing to see. The last 4 holes are slightly more challenging. However, since the course is not heavily used, it is pretty easy to create your own holes.
This is the type of course you can just take a Roc to, though hole 7 offers a couple of different ways to the basket, and 8 is very tight if you go straight at it (you will shoot through a gap of maybe 4 feet between trees that are < 10 ft. in front of the pen - good way to learn to control your release).
Overall the park is well keep, has a wonderful playground, a Koi pond, walking trails, etc.....
Cons: Again, the course is very, very short. The top basket on # 7 is car wheel sans tire. There can be a little bit of traffic with walkers and joggers on 7 & 8. The distances on the score cards can't be right, but the lay out is.
Other Thoughts: Don't plan a trip to come play this course unless you are teaching a kid how to play, and even then, don't drive far to get here. If you live in the area and want to get in a few hole / chipping and putting practice, or teach your kid how to play, then it serves it purpose
11 of 11 people found this review helpful.
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