2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: 9 nice baskets. No tees, but you can shoot from paved walking paths to all baskets. Easy beginner course. A lot of ace runs (depending on where you decide to throw from). Very nice park with many other activities on site. Clean and well maintained with mowed grass fairways and a small amount of mature trees throughout the course and park. There is a pond in the park that could be used as an obstacle. Pretty open space so alternate layouts are safari and possible.
Cons: No tees or signs. The way the holes are laid out in the course map were unplayable the day I played due to other non-disc golfers in the park. Most holes are wide open with only a small number of trees coming into play on a couple holes. Not very challenging at all. Only slight elevation change throughout the course. Pretty boring round.
Other Thoughts: This course could be used as a nice practice or warm-up course for one of the more challenging courses in the area, and would be a good place for a beginner. There is a lot of pavement throughout the park so you can definitely tee off from pavement to every basket multiple ways. The park seems to be pretty popular. The course, not so much. I would like to go back sometime in the early AM before it gets packed and do a crazy safari round before hitting up something better in the area.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 6 Not
Pros: Good for practice
Cons: Regular park where kids are playing. There are no maps and the first pin is hanging over by the duck pond, don't loose a disk in there.
Other Thoughts: You can see the next pin, if you know which one it is.
1 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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