1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Plenty of room to throw. Great place to break in new drivers. There aren't that many trees that will bend your discs but plenty of spike hyzer opportunity.
With all the other quality courses in the area this isn't all that busy. you should be able to get through a round in just over an hour, if your moving.
Cons: THE CREEK!!! This thing is a disc eater. If it has rained within the last couple days it will be murky and your never going to see your disc. If it has been a while since it rained the thing will be full of moss and weeds. You probably won't be able to see your disc. If it has been the usual HOT Texas summer the things smells. Any disc that comes out of ther is going to have a beautiful stench. Hopefully you can find a local kid willing to hop in and find your disc. A good disc is worth 5 bucks to get back.
Multi use park and weekend ball games can get in the way.
Not many obstacles. Would be nice to have some tighter lanes to throw. Plus this would increase the shade. Texas summers can get a bit brutal.
No/Bad Tee signs.
Other Thoughts: Not a bad fall back course. Needs to be brought up to speed with some of the more premiere courses in the area.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: Decent scenery, although the "creek" smells pretty septic... Long holes (300ft+ avg). Not too crowded on a nice Sunday.
Cons: Creek hazard plays into almost every single shot. Otherwise, not very challenging. Not alot of shade. Long walks between some holes. Course not clearly marked - hard to find the next tee, and many markers are faded beyond recognition.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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