Pros: short course.
hole #1 is nice.
Cons: This course needs some serious TLC. The baskets are extremely old and short. The tee pads are 3x3 blacktop and are wearing away.
Signage? Ahhhhh no, not anywhere except for the first tee. No distances, no direction.
Trash and downed trees everywhere.
Course is very short but not good for a beginner because it is all in the woods, you need to be very accurate and technical.
I would not recommend this course, even if you are in the area, unless you play hole #1 nine times.
Other Thoughts: I'm sure the city doesn't have the money for the upkeep but they should find a way to make it work.
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Pros: There were a few interesting lines through the small wooded area, with some decent uphill an downhill shots.
Cons: These were the worst baskets I've ever seen. They were mounted about a foot too high, and the combination of single chains and the absolute worst cages you'll ever find make these the most horrendously catching goals you'll ever see.
The teepads are ridiculous. I couldn't even do a standstill on these raised 3'x3' "teepads". We teed off next to them, and half of those areas had roots popping out. Just not good.
Other Thoughts: I guess if you only have a half hour and HAVE to play, this is serviceable. You'd be just as good just going object poles and playing it that way. I've never seen a soft 3 foot putt spit out the back side of chains before. Potential here, but in a town of just over 1000 people, I'd doubt that it will ever be upgraded.
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Pros: - Course is set in a small little city park that has a section of forest and some sloping hills. The only possible interference would be from park-goers using the open section for a picnic or similar. Some playground stuff is present, but it looks pretty much abandoned.
- Best holes of the course are located in the woods; #5 is an tight uphill flex shot, #6 is a hyzer with a gap halfway, #7 is an uphill RHBH anny or flick shot, and #8 is a steep downhill hyzer. #3 is a tricky slight uphill shot with a rolling fairway, and #9 is a low ceiling shot that ends back in the woods. Some of these lines are pretty tight and need good accuracy.
- Elevation changes are used well here, both in the uphill and downhill shots and off some fairways. Going long past #1 can lead to a nasty voyage down a rough slope.
Cons: - Baskets are in very bad shape, teepads are ridiculously small and get in the way of any run-up, and the signage is long destroyed. Navigation can be a pain with numerous fairways intertwined in the woods, and multiple baskets available to choose from in some places. Yikes.
- Holes are extremely short, including a very, very short 120' hyzer. The course is best suited to a superclass type of golf, both due to the hole lengths and the safety concerns.
Other Thoughts: - Well, it's a course. Good for beginners, as long as they don't kill each other with modern driver technology.
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Save the trip
Pros: It is a disc golf course.
Cons: I was traveling to Milwaukee and stopped at this course because of its close proximity to the highway. 9 holes with very poor baskets, no markings and the smallest tea boxes I have ever seen. The first 2 holes are open, after that you go into a mosqito infested muddy dark and over grown 7 holes i have ever played. No hole required me to throw anything but my putter and mid range discs.
Other Thoughts: If you can spare an extra 40 minutes drive to Wakanda Park it is well worth the drive.
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