4 Helpful / 0 Not
Rough Around The Edges But Nice
Pros: Nice course design with a variety terrain types and hazards. The predominantly breezy weather of west Texas adds another facet to the challenge of this course. Baskets are in good condition and many have arrows marking the direction to the next tee box. Tee boxes are in good condition as well. The course is relatively compact in a seemingly expansive park. I would venture that there would be room for at least another 9 holes.
Cons: A few of the tee boxes have conflicting hole number information. Many are marked with a number painted on the front of the tee box and a different number on a small marker post. But if you stick to the hole numbers painted on the front of the tee boxes, you can't go wrong. Most holes aren't marked with any par or footage information. Holes #8-11 are located across a street, seemingly outside of the park in a long since unused part of what might have at one time been park property. The baskets can be difficult to spot for players who are accustomed to the yellow band that adorn the tops of DISCatcher baskets.
Other Thoughts: Very nice park that gets quite a bit of nonplayer traffic. A few holes require shots that cross foot trails and play areas. But I feel that the layout of the course is good at avoiding the bulk of areas where people congregate in the park.
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