1 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Great place to take beginner disc golfers to get interested in the sport. Good course to take just a putter and maybe a Roc or some mid-range. This is a morale booster for those that need it.
Cons: Short, not challenging. Can be crowded if you play on a weekend.
Other Thoughts: This is the course that I learned how to play DG on, so it has some sentiment. I've gotten better and now it's a morale booster and place to play a casual round with some newbies.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Chandler Park (Old Course)
Pros: It's a fun quick/easy course. Great for beginner players. Trees are used pretty effectively as obstacles.
Cons: This is a super short course. I would guess that the average length is probably something around 230-240. The 3rd hole is the longest at like 320-330. Also the last 3 hole's tees and baskets have been jacked up by some different construction and such, making them difficult to navigate. Although I think they may have remedied this since the last time I played.
Other Thoughts: It's a quick course to play, and still a lot of fun. But if you're looking for a challenging course - this isn't it. Take a beginner and show them the ropes at this course - its great for beginners. Or just go here and try to shoot for an ace - theres a pretty good chance you'll get one on some of the holes.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Pretty park like setting. Short, mostly open shots make play swift. Easy to play but pin placement & select trees make line selection critical. Large concrete tee pads. Nice tee signs with picture of hole & arrow(s) showing line(s). Distance & Par marked. Pretty easy walk with flat terrain, grass & dirt. Two disc golf courses on the property.
Cons: Some of the tee signs are missing, damaged or modified (hole numbers are crossed out & new numbers written in). The flow starts off well at first but starts to suffer later on. Without a map or local to guide us we quickly became confused as to which hole was next. Some missing tee pads & mis-matched baskets added to the dilema. We ended up making up a couple holes in the end because of impending darkness. Mostly straight shots. No real dog-legs, elevation or super long throws here.
Other Thoughts: The course is on the west side of town in what looks like the tallest mountain in the city of Tulsa. The surrounding views are stunning but only seen while driving up to the course. This is a large park with interseting lava rock formations. There are flat rocks all over the course which will cause the disc to skip (or you to trip).
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: Difficult area to lose discs, short holes good for beginners. Many trees provide shade for those hot Oklahoma days. No water holes.
Cons: Many trees make difficult shots, some holes the best play is a skipshot. Many holes offer a simple path for only one type of throw (sidearm or backhand) not both. Unable to locate tees for holes 15 & 17. Course layout not easy to follow.
Other Thoughts: Due to the many trees, be prepared to warp a couple of discs, unless you have the high grade plastic. 2 of our threesome bent discs after bouncing off of trees. Hard ground and rocky terrain makes for good skip shots and long rollers, even beyond the basket.
0 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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