2 Helpful / 0 Not
Get some form of signage
Pros: -Not heavily used
-If you know the course it is a quick round
-Good for teaching beginners the game of disc golf or for practicing putts and approaches on random baskets
-Lots of parking
-Might get kids into the game of disc golf
Cons: -The layout and flow is bad like most disc golf courses at schools. There also aren't signage and tees so it is very hard to know where you are going the whole time.
-Tees are natural and are just worn dirt areas at this time
-You often shoot over and around man made objects which is something I have seen pretty often lately and haven't enjoyed much
-May not be able to play during school or during sports practice when the disc golf area might be in use
-Course is fairly short and open not requiring a lot of different shots. You could probably bring a mid and a putter and be ok.
Other Thoughts: If this course gets some kind of signage or tee markers it would gain a half disc or maybe even a whole disc. It
will never be a great disc golf course in its current location but is helping get more people into disc golf.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Not worth my time
Pros: There was no body on this course, parking was easy,
Cons: This course is terrible. They don't have clear tee off boxes, holes go over or near the tennis courts and it is not easily navigated. I spent 5 minutes looking for the next tee box when I played this.
Other Thoughts: Once you know the course it is easy. Not a lot of long holes. Watch out during school hours as this is at the high school and part of the holes go across their sports fields.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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