2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: A lot of nice shots. It's not really geared toward one type of shot like some places can be. Water makes it very fun. tree placement on most holes makes it easy for a begginer to learn. A nice long one for people to rip and grip it. Not really busy.
Cons: Hole 7 has a Baseball Diamond and the road which get in the way(being the lucky guy i am i threw into the road and then from the road to the diamond.) Short and not really dificult for most besides that hole. Hole 2 if you over throw it you'll be in the drink.
Other Thoughts: Seeing as this is 10 minutes from my work it's definatly a good place to come. It's nice cause theres water and it's really quick. When i went out I played with two guys who know it well so I didn't really get lost(although it's pretty easy to find your way around) When i went I got a new disc cause some guy over threw hole 2 and landed in the back pound and didn't want to get it. So i said if he was gunna lose it i'd grab it and he said that was cool.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Short and Open
Pros: This is a well tended, nicely set up course that is great for beginners, practicing parking mid-range shots, or learning to throw rollers. Wide open holes, mininal traffic, and flat terrain keep the frustration level for beginners to a minimum.
Cons: There's lots of goose poop to avoid, and you really don't want to have to retrieve your discs from this pond. Yuck! Errant shots on holes #6 and #7 could (and do) go over the fence into the baseball diamond.
Other Thoughts: We played this before heading out to the more strenuous and demanding Johnson Park and had a blast. What a fun little course.....perfect for a warm-up or a quickie, although the walk back to the parking lot seemed to take forever!
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Short Game Course
Pros: Nice short course to practice midrange and putt shots.
Concrete tee pads are nice, never really had the problem of where am I shooting.
Cons: Water is nasty, Do not let your disc get in there.
Fence- The Wind grabbed my disc and it barely stayed on my side of the fence so be careful.
Most of the holes are short straight shots that don't offer much challenge.
I'm used to having hole 9 end near the tee of hole 1, this isnt the case. You have to walk pretty far to your car afterwards.
Goose Feces everywhere.
Other Thoughts: Good for short game practice, but only one hole is long enough for good drives. The course goes around a frequently used park so watch out for people and pets. A sign at tee one says disc golfers are responsible for any damage your discs cause.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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