6 Helpful / 0 Not
It was clean...
Pros: - Small parking area with a nice pavilion
- Nice entrance and sign for George Knox
- There is a rules of play sign by tee #1
- Great signs at each tee mapping out the hole
- The natural tees are in good condition
- Great baskets in very good condition and they are well labeled
- The park flows nicely from hole to hole and hole #9 ends at the hole #1 and the parking area. Great use of available space.
- Low traffic. You shouldn't be bothered by picnickers or other disc golfers
- Trash can at the pavilion and the park is clean
- No vandalism
- No benches but none are needed with the picnic tables at the pavilion
- The upkeep of the park is good. The grass is well kept.
- Even being small, there are some long distance shots. The wooded shots can be very technical and enjoyable. The wide open areas really let you cut loose and practice you bombs.
Cons: - Single tees
- Could use some signs to next tee
- Scenery has some pretty woods but the overall landscape is dull
- No bathrooms
- Although the wooded fairways can add something extra and fun to the course, there could be some trimming done and some clearing of downed trees
Other Thoughts: - There really nothing else there besides the 9 holes and the pavilion. There is no playground, baseball field, pool or even any water hazards.
- The course does have some challenges. Those closed in wooded fairways can make you really consider your shot.
- The most challenging hole was #1 and #7 was close behind. They both have an open area followed by a small entrance into the woods.
- My favorite hole was hole #1. Nailing that small path opening really feels great!
- This course is definitely NOT a must play course, however, it was worth my Saturday to play two rounds here then another two rounds at Punderson.
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