7 Helpful / 1 Not
The long concrete tees are quite nice.
Single tee/single pin position. Many throwing lanes (some blind) near to other park users. Basket-4 missing. Sign-2 missing. A bit right-turn heavy.
This is an odd course - not sure for whom it is designed. The concrete tees are top quality, but the signs are old. The distances are variable, but the elevation change is non-existent. Trees/small woods force some shot-shaping on most holes, but walking paths and other-use areas often come into play. Many baskets are mostly unguarded, but two are placed quite close to a wide and fast-running creek (more like a mini-river).
Plays in a counter-clockwise direction, with basket-4, holes 5&6, and tee-7 across the bridge. Most visible basket from tee-1, close and to the left, is actually #9 (remember this when you're at tee-9) - basket-1 is at the end of the row of trees going away from the teepad. Tee-8 is near the outfield fence.
Difficult course to recommend, as there are features that are both well, and poorly, suited to all level of players.
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