Pros: - Lots of challenges which makes it fun
- They used the land for the course very well
- Trees, ponds, creeks, and more to boost the fun
- Very good begginer course
- Nice signs at tee pads
- Concrete tee pads
Cons: - The concrete tee pads were short and narrow which made it a little hard to throw off of.
- Since it is a city park, I imagine that on warm sunny days it would be packed to were you have to wait for the pedestrians to move out of the way.
- Not much elevation at all
- The baskets are discatcher sport which only has outer chains so they dont catch well.
Other Thoughts: Overall, this is a nice course. Its pretty short but still has the challenges that makes it fun. If youre in the area, you should check out this course!
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Pros: It was laid out nice throughout the park. The course was in pretty good condition, and appeared to be decently taken care of. Good mix of shots and throwing styles.
Cons: Baskets are pretty much Disc Catcher Sports, so they spit out easier. The tee pads are short and narrow, and if your used to longer ones, you have to adjust your run up for it.
Other Thoughts: I liked the course a lot! Shot a 49 which I think is great. Will definitely go back and play again. I have heard that when wet this course is not very nice to play...
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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Clarksville on the cold days
Pros: This course is challenging, but easy at the same time. The city obviously doesn't care too much about the course, but they have replaced two pins (16 and 18). So all 18 pins are in place now. Good open spaces for flight, but strategic pin placement for each shot. Good choices of OB to make for an even more challenging game. This course is great when it's too cold for people to be out at the park. Otherwise, remember it is a city park.
Cons: It's a city park, when it's nice out, the place is packed.
With that, a friend actually had a disc stolen when he was playing, (there is one blind shot on the course, and when he got around, his disc was gone and a kid was riding off on a bike). There is a creek running through the course, so during the winter, it's not easy if you lose a disc. Pin 16 has had some issues with local riff-raff trying to pull it out of the ground, the city replaced it, but the perps came back and messed with it again. Also there are a few holes in the flood plain, so they stay drenched for a while after a good rain.
Other Thoughts: Alot of fun, especially if you have the time, a good place to bring the entire family instead of just playing by yourself.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Fun little course...worth the detour off I-40
Pros: Beautiful setting
Awesome use of available terrain
Enough challenges to make it fun
Well signed--pretty intuitive
Great course to bring a beginner...they'll fall in love with the sport
Cons: Very crowded park
Some fairways cross walking paths or are aligned with walking paths
Other Thoughts: I had a blast playing this course...very nice vibe and though it's not super challenging as far as elevation, woods, etc (my personal favorite type of courses) it provides a surprising amount of challenge for a city park.
It had just finished raining so all the little creeks were nice and full and provided a good setting.
There were some little league games going on and the park was very crowded...couldn't play a couple of holes because people were literally camped out at the baskets (they make great shelves and cup holders)...but it's a good chance to be an ambassador of the sport in crowded parks.
If you are driving on the 40...it's worth getting off here and playing...
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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Fun park course.
Pros: Fun course set in a park. Nice woods, pond, creeks, and very clean. Played it once and enjoyed myself. Not real challenging but some good variations of shots and they did a good job with the space they had.
Cons: Not a big deal, but last time I played it, it seemed that the tee signs were a little close to the sides of the tee box, and were kind of distracting.
Other Thoughts: Tommy Eddy is the man!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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