One of the oldest DG courses in North America
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Pros: Very well maintained course in park setting. Some challenging and fun holes. Nice scenery and a great walk
Cons: A couple of crazy long holes. Plenty of trees to snag errant drives.
Other Thoughts: Fun course in national park. Free parking
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Pros: Solid course 27 holes makes the longer drive worth it.
Not too tough or easy middle of the road.
Good use of existing trees, brush and roads/paths for ob.
Very minimal park use besides disc golf.
Cons: Can be wet in the spring as with most course in the area.
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Pros: If you like Huge air and fairly open course this is it. Plus 27 holes,makes it a local standout. Several ace able holes makes it even better. Concrete tees keep you out of the mud when it's wet. Bring your throwing arm because the only other local course that has as much open air shots is beaver island. Good drives off the tee can deuce or 3 par most holes.
Cons: Few cons, older park that switched hands from state to county town back and forth but is on its way to back being a first rate park.
Other Thoughts: This is where I learned to play disc golf over 20 years ago and still like a home coming every time I go back. All round good mix of holes and probably the best local course for newbies to learn the game and long time players to just relax and have fun playing.
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Keeps You Guessing
Pros: The length, and variety of holes, of this course makes it worth the drive. Every hole is different and there is a good number of memorable holes on this course. Not terribly busy, but there are enough players around to help out the first timer.
Cons: The signs don't tell you where the next hole is, and the layout is not very intuitive. I wasted a good amount of time trying to hunt out a few holes (14 and 18). Save yourself some time and print out a map before you come out.
There are a lot of shots that are in the open, so bring a hat and some sunblock for those sunny days.
A couple of holes are next to the road, and the wayward shot runs the risk of hitting a passing car...
This doesn't really have anything to do with the layout of the course, but the mosquitos are terrible. Some insect repellent will be greatly beneficial.
Other Thoughts: Overall, this is a really good course. Allow yourself plenty of time to enjoy the whole course (and bring plenty of water and a snack).
Be sure to stay on the fairway, I spent a lot of time in the bushes fishing out discs, and there are a lot of thorns!
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A Very Good Course
Pros: Wide selection of hole (27), Usually not too busy, Challenging due to the wind conditons
Supposedly in 2008, the state has secured money to re-due the course and get new baskets.
There is also no charge to play. No one is ever in the tollbooths.
Cons: The course could use some new baskets.
Other Thoughts: I live right down the street so I'm always playing there. One of best courses in Niagara County and the WNY area.
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