3 Helpful / 0 Not
Nice Pitch & Putt
Pros: This is a great course for practicing approach and specific shots. The course is short, the holes are easy, and easy to navigate. Teach your kids to throw here and they'll feel like pros out of the gate.
Cons: This is NOT a course for anything more than an approach. The longest hole (1) is listed as 225', but that sure seems optimistic to me - A Roc lands at the basket without moving your feet on the throw - the rest are shorter. Leave the drivers and fairway drivers in the car. Pull one of these out and you'll be looking for it in properties that aren't even adjacent to this park. It's small.
Other Thoughts: I was out there alone yesterday morning, and played the course 5 times in 90 minutes. For the first 4 times through, I used a single Roc only - could have left the rest of the bag in the car.
holes 1 and 7 are a shared open fairway, 2 and 3 are straight with a few nicely placed trees so you have to throw straight (or light hyzer 3). 4 and 5 you are shooting for aces - they are really just extra long putts from the tee. 6 is a little neat - very short, but a tree laying over means it has to be a big hyzer, a tomahawk or thumber. Hole 8 tee is at the bottom of a small hill you have to go over before crossing some grass to the basket - actually a little frustrating (fun frustrating) for a short hole. And 9 is straight with a right turn at the end.
All things (and land constraints) considered
This is really a neat P&P course.
If nobody is there and you want some good approach practice, 1 and 7 share an grassy fairway going in opposite directions - throw 10 discs, finish 10 putts and come back the other way.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This course is the great equalizer as all it is is a putting course. This course will really improve your short game, however. Even the "long" holes are easy to birdie.
Cons: This course just leaves you hungry for heading to a course where you can really let the disc fly. Some of the fairways run across other holes; so keep your eyes open!
Other Thoughts: For me, it's definitely worth stopping here on my way to or from Lake Stevens. It's a warm-up course that will fine tune your putting game. Shooting here first will definitely make you play better at the next course. If you play it on your way home, it's a great cool down course.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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