7 Helpful / 0 Not
off of memory
Pros: its been about 3-4 years since ive played this one...so this is off the best i can remember. not alot of players is always a plus, and you will see why on the cons....the course is intresting to say the least, if your looking for a change of pace or a place to loose a disc you dont want anymore this may be one to consider...the course must of been easy to figure out as me and a friend played without a map at about dusk ...you will also get to see a wide vaiety of wild life inlcuding in my trip (hawk, snakes, coyote, lizards, buzzard, texas size mosquitos, cows, plus many more) great for the wildlife disc golf player
Cons: where to start....im going to suggest playing in blue jeans and boots, and a long sleeve shirt, as you will play through several mesquite trees (on every hole) i think i still have scars from where i played and its been over 3 years, be careful where you reach down and/or walk as you may be closer to an animal then you think you are. there is a fairway, its about 2 feet wife all the way to the basket...goodluck landing on it though, Again wildlife will come into play ( in all fairness it was cool to see a hawk looking at you off the basket your trying to throw to) there was one or two holes that you almost played on the road, you had some tee signs but they didnt help on all holes ast you wre still throwing into a mesquite patch...
Other Thoughts: if you are up for an adventure in your disc golf life this may be a park to try for you
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Interesting. Very, very interesting.
Cons: Lots of blind shots. Nothing but short, ugly trees. No real fairways to throw in. It's seems as if it was laid out by taking a map and throwing darts at it.
Other Thoughts: I sure hope you can throw a tomahawk. It's about your best shot on 15/18 holes.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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