7 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: - Keller Park plays in a small suburban multi-use park. #1 plays along a yard before doglegging briefly to the right. #2 plays back, a small stream with fairly steep banks to the far right. The course then crosses a rusty bridge (at least one hole seems to have been removed from this area) where the remaining holes play along the stream, along a couple of rows of large trees, and then kinda peters out near a school building where the last two holes also appear to be deleted.
- A couple of risky shots for beginners or amateur players on #'s 4 and 5, as the tree line to the left has been completely cleared of vegetation. This exposes the stream and the bank, greatly increasing the risk of getting wet.
- Decent concrete pads.
Cons: - Missing hole #'s 3, 8 and 9. Apparently #'s 8 and 9 were located on a small hill that no longer exists.
- Ugly as sin with the surrounding suburbia, other park activities (#4 plays scarily close to a ball diamond's bleachers), the cleared foliage, and the city stream.
- Except for the sign announcing this as a disc golf course, there is no signage. Nothing to tell you to cross the river, no tee signs, nothing.
- Basket #'s 5 and 6 were broken.
- Next to a water treatment facility. Depending on the wind, be prepared for a foul odor.
Other Thoughts: - At one point, this course might have been fairly decent. It seems to have fallen into utter neglect. Definitely something to skip unless you have NO other options. This is hardly even a course at this point. With no signage, no real flow, and the missing holes, this rates with the "worst of the worst."
- It's not good when you finish playing and literally say, "Is that IT?! Fo' realz?!"
- This course would have frustrated me to no end but luckily I had a guide. Thanks Alan! I'd still be looking for #3.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
Join Disc Golf Course Review
for free to add your review. Have an account already? Sign In
to add a review.