Its got its challenges
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Pros: Tee Pads 3.5
Tee signs 3
Baskets 2.5 (one missing and pole holes)
I did enjoy the length and elevation changes
Cons: The flow was a bit tough having to cross over the light rail several times. There are a couple of holes that just too close to sidewalks. Got to get those missing pins replaced
Other Thoughts: I might stop here again. I chatted with some locals and the light rail messed everything up. So maybe time for a course redesign. And don't cram 21 holes if they are not all good holes
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Hi Frank and Ponch
Pros: Front nine has a nice layout with grassy fairways and tees that can be spotted from the previous basket. Good elevation changes and lots of mature trees. Variety of distances and no ridiculously short baskets.
Cons: Back nine is not as nicely maintained and is not easily found unless you have locals around to point the direction. Some variety to shots, but not very technical as most holes are fairly wide open with obvious routes to the basket and not enough trees or other obstacles to force a lot of thought.
Other Thoughts: Met some cool kids, Ponch and Frank at the course and they played disc golf for the first time with us. We left them with discs and they promised to keep playing and take their friends to the course. If you see them out there encourage them and enjoy a few baskets with them.
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Beginner's Eye View
Pros: Long, with great views of downtown Denver and the Mountains. Most holes have adequate signage. A very nice variety of difficulties.
Cons: Some signs are coated in graffiti. Neighborhood isn't the best, but never dangerous. Holes not tightly placed together
Other Thoughts: This is a long course, bring plenty of fluids and enjoy the day.
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