Potential more than reality
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Neat little neighborhood park. Great setup for having a great course. Holes are Laid out well with a lot of variance.
Cons: Course needs help from some DG enthusiasts. It need to be cleaned up. Tee boxes need to be repaired/built. Signage is needed showing lengths of holes. Looks like a low income area but did not feel threatened in any way. Lots of people just walking through here and there.
Other Thoughts: Wish I had this locally in my area. More potential than anything that is currently in use.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Fun short course
Pros: Short, relatively easy course, yet fun with the hills, obstacles, and even the creek.
A good course for beginners (beware the creek) and moderate players; top players will find it less-than-challenging.
Neighborhood park in a good residential area.
Little underbrush to search for discs; keep out of the ditch and you're probably not losing any plastic.
Cons: The teepads (well explained by earlier reviewers).
Not terribly challenging.
Other Thoughts: Course winds through a park with fairly big hills, large trees, a steep-sided drainage ditch, and among park features such as a covered bridge, swimming pool, amphitheatre (which you throw over). I only played during workdays while on vacation, but wondered whether the non-disc-playing public might be in the way.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Bring Extra Discs!
Pros: Challenging Basket locations: Some of them were either tucked in next trees or bushes or perched up on the side of a hill.
Scenery: Clean nice park and surrounding area with no poison oak/ivy to speak of.
Amenities: Benches and Trash cans on every hole.
Marking: All tee boxes are marked and cages are labeled with metal signs which made an awesome sound with the chains.
Elevation Changes- Again, made for a challenging round of DG which is sure to make you scratch your head.
Cons: Tee Boxes: Or should I say, lack there of. Some were plain grass(ok), some were makeshift cement/blacktop slabs that were more like a small circle of cement(BAD), one was sand and others were just plain dirt.
Baskets: Most disc catchers were in okay shape, but there was a wide variety of types as well as heights for them so no putting flow could ever be reached.
THE "CREEK/SEWER": This thing runs pretty much the length of the course and comes into play on at least half of the holes. IT'S A DISC EATER! Not only is it deep(3+ ft in places), but too dark and nasty to see ANYTHING! Suggest a dragon or hydra on this course for sure.
Map: No map was available at the start. It looked like there was normally one there, but it was all out. You can figure the course out without it though.
Other Thoughts: This course is actually pretty sweet. If the tee boxes, cages and "CREEK/SEWER" weren't an issue this course would rank much higher. If you're in the area I'd suggest University of Southern Alabama, Chickasabouge or Langan Park over this one for sure.
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