4 Helpful / 0 Not
All Flight Paths Welcomed
Pros: This course is a wide-open players dream. The flight path is almost irrelevant on most of the holes. This place has OB, a couple of trees, and grass rough in some spots. There is a decent hole length variety here. Navigation wasn't too bad. If it isn't wet, the dirt pads are flat and safe. The baskets are not the best, but they do a good job. Parking was plentiful.
Cons: Finding the first hole was the only navigation issue I really had. It is located between the road and the parking lot. The signs only had the hole number on them, but they were easy to spot. I did not see a restroom or any trashcans on the course. The locals said I caught a good day, since it holds water really easy here.
Other Thoughts: The Fun Factor was a bummer. There just was not enough interesting holes to keep my attention. I caught myself looking at the scorecard to see how much of the round was left. For me, that is a sign of boredom. It is cool that this town has a course and that they picked an area dedicated to disc golf, but it just needed something else to make it more intersting.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Muddy and open!
Pros: Open, easy to find, a great place to test discs!
Cons: muddy most of the time, signs beat up/unclear, #13 sign missing!
Other Thoughts: This course is ok! not great but could be good! The signs from 1 through 9 do not have a map, but its clear where to go except 2 because they had to move it. signs 10 through 18 have a little map which is nice! The holes are nice and open, so if you want to go test discs its a great place to see where it could go. Bring boots tho! This course is wet and muddy to the max! you will sink in here and there!
all in all, if you are driving through its a good course to stop by and play,
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Wide Open Spaces
Pros: Perfect course for strong-armed boomers.
Wide open fairways.
Nice hole information with markers on each tee pad
Park nearby great for the kids
Cons: Not much excitement
Course is muddy and almost not worth it after a lot of rain.
The course is wideopen with not much to challenge your shot.
Other Thoughts: It is great to have a course in Searcy.
If you are looking for a chance to get outdoors and practice your game, then this course is a welcomed opportunity.
Wanting to challenge yourself, head up to North Little Rock!
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 1 Not
WAY TOO OPEN
Pros: easy to find the right pin. open. some short holes. searcy has disc golf. a few great challenging holes...
Cons: too open, way way too open. This is the perfect place to learn HOW YOUR DISC FLIES, but on this course you will never learn HOW TO FLY YOUR DISC. For people used to playing nothing but wooded courses, this course will eat you up, because you will forget that you can just grip-and-rip and it wont matter how far 'off course' you get... try it. it feels weird, but kinda good.
Other Thoughts: I'm glad Searcy put this course in. Great idea. decent execution. They used what obstacles they had to the courses advantage, but 18 in a 10 acre open field can only turn out one way... Pretty boring. I played it twice in 2 days and was yawning by the second nine of the second day.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Well kept up with mowed grass and tee signs. Fun way to spend a day with college buddies.
Cons: Short and open. Makes course very little challenge. You rarely have to hit a certain line or make a certain shot to be successful.
Other Thoughts: If you can throw 300 feet with reasonable accuracy you will be under par. That can be nice at times, but it gets old after a little while of dominating the easy course.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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