5 Helpful / 5 Not
Slicker than Goose Poo!
Pros: Water holes! Throws through trees and then over water. (Unless you want to lay up) Water is nearby on a few others.
Cons: Goose Poo everywhere! (wear cleats!)
Crowded, except during the off-season.
Other Thoughts: This course can be fun, but it is outdated with the introduction of modern golf discs. I would up my rating if they re-installed the blue ufo-looking baskets they used to have. I have never seen those anywhere else.They were frappin' awesome!
5 of 10 people found this review helpful.
17 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Great course to teach the kids on. Some challenging holes (like 5 and 3 which are a 90 degree dog leg and a shot through woods over a geese pond respectfully) There is a fair amount of tough shots through and under trees. There are also quite a few of nice and open shots. The course offers a very nice and relaxing atmosphere (at least it does in the offseason).
Cons: Holes one and three you have to play through tee pads that are covered in goose poop and hole three is typically covered with geese. Impossible to play 18 holes (holes 1-9 backwards) if anybody else is playing. Hole 5 fairway is over a pretty busy road that you have to be careful not to hit any of the vehicles driving by, walkers or runners. If you are going during the summer you have to watch out for picnicers, zoogoers and other DG'ers.
Other Thoughts: Hole 10 is throwing from the small picnic pavilion F to the ninth basket. You can also start throwing backwards from this point. Hole 1 is close to the anchor and right off the side of the pond. If you decide to brave the summer traffic on the weekends either go at dawn (when the park opens) or later in the day after the zoo has closed as there will be less people there. Zoo closes around 3:30-4 so I would recommend going around 5-6 in the evening.
The posted pictures I took after we had some heavy rain so there typically isnt that much water there.
17 of 17 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 4 Not
Another course you can say you've played!
Pros: Nice scenic park. Short, finesse holes that can challenge some of the shots in your bag. It's a good course to take the kids with you!!
Cons: Poor signage, and difficult to navigate, even though it's a very short course. Being that it's a public park with water, there is the standard overabundance of goose/other waterfowl dung throughout the course. Depositors of said dung were mildly aggressive, at times, also. Although I never really felt threatened by them.
Other Thoughts: I, too, played in the early morning, and can only imagine how crowded this park would be mid-day. Indeed a nice escape from the typical "beach vacation activities!"
5 of 9 people found this review helpful.
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