2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pro caliber? No. Fun? Yes!
Pros: Tons of "aceable" holes.
Every hole is "birdieable"
Enough trees to make you throw accurately or suffer the consequences.
Great place to have a mid range/putter round.
There's two courses here so you get more bang for your buck.
There is no better course for a beginner in town.
Cons: The baskets are little, beat up old machs and some of the worst in town.
The holes are all easy and a intermediate player could easily shoot -10.
The holes are all short.
The signage is horrible.
Because this course is so easy it is usually crowded.
Other Thoughts: This is probably the most popular course in Tulsa simply because it is easy and fun. With a little tlc and some new baskets this course would be great!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Nice concrete pads, good baskets, good signage.
Plenty of parking.
Pavilion nearby along with other amenities like a playground, nice bathrooms, etc. Just a nice place to bring your family or new players.
Very relaxing course
They have changed things around some and I really like the new hole 17(?). Seems to be someone taking interest in this old course.
Not much trash
Friendly locals although its usually pretty crowded
There is another course on site.
Cons: Very short. This course is nice for what it is, but if you like to watch a disc sail, this is not the course for you. Only one hole longer than 300'
Not much variety
Other Thoughts: Chandler has been around for quite a while. It has been surpassed by Tulsa's many other courses, but is still a good place to warm up or bring a newcomer or child. It's not a bad course, it just is not a great course.
I played disc golf my 1st time here. Great memories and a beginning to a recreational activity that has brought many more great memories.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Windy Chandler Park
Pros: Good course in a huge park, There are a lot of things in the park to do.
The signs are nice and the tees are concrete and pretty big.
Cons: There is contruction going on in the park and holes #14 And #15 have been moved The baskets are still in the park but the tees are not marked that I could find.
Other Thoughts: The course is probably windy most of the time as it is on top of a hill, It was very windy today.
I talked to a local guy in the parking area and he told me that park department were going to redo the area and put 2 18 hole courses in the park. They are doing a lot in the park so it maybe hard to play and may take a while to get the 2 put in. I guess they are doing the same at Riverside Park.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Classic old course,Great for beginners.Lots of fun short holes with a few long shots to test the arm.
Cons: Can't think of any,
Other Thoughts: If you can't handle a little wind then you might be in trouble.It'll make a golfer out of you.Builds charactor.Definately a fun course with alot of history.
Find it,Play it.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Great place to work on your up-shots or get an ace. Or you can take everyone's cash at the weekly mini with a -16 or better. Lots of am players play open division. Great place to play after rain because it dries quickly and mostly sand so no mud.
Cons: No room to let one rip. New design took out the only two holes you really need a driver for and replaced them with two holes that don't equal 300'.
Other Thoughts: Nice wildlife. I once saw a skunk there. Turkey, deer and antelope are frequenet. All of the elephants are gone but watch out for plate-coated bandicoots and sasquatch.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: The course is a good course for beginners to play and to learn how to throw around trees.
Cons: Very short course. Does not take long to play
2 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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