15 Helpful / 0 Not
We don't need no stinkin' tees!
Pros: The course has 18 holes, and the park surrounds a pretty lake. There are some very nice older trees that the course plays around. The baskets are in great shape.
UPDATE: The park no longer has 18 baskets, it's down to 5, and they've all been pretty abused by the lawnmowers. Most are leaning or broken, and all are rusty. The park still has a lake though.
Cons: This course is impossible to navigate without a guide or a map. The tees are not visible unless you are standing on top of them, and sometimes you can't even see them then. As the previous reviewer said, old boards set into the ground are very difficult to see, especially when the entire course is covered in some kind of spiky plant.
The holes we could find were not very imaginative, and didn't offer very much in the way of challenge. Nearly all the holes were straight and pretty short, and would be very beginner friendly if a beginner could ever find them.
Other Thoughts: This course has some promise, if someone would take the time to make it playable. Something as simple as a local player making a map and posting it in the parking lot would go a long way, especially for traveling players who are just passing through.
UPDATE: As of now, the course is only playable if you want to play some safari between the 5 available baskets. There's enough space and trees to make up some interesting holes, but otherwise this just isn't worth the stop.
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