Concrete Pads installed
Pros: My home course - play here 2-4 times a week so I know it very well
Concrete Tees installed on front 9, back 9 going in this year, hopefully before summer. New tees on a few holes. Good novice to intermediate course, can get pretty windy on the back 9 which ups the difficulty.
Cons: Not alot of variety, RHBH throwers are favored on 2/3 of the holes. RHFH shots are there but the RBHB shot is favored most often. Needs more vegatation to create more shot lines and obstacles on holes 12-17
Other Thoughts: Course is still in development, more additions to be added this year and next. Alternate pins, extra tees, and benchs are planned. Good community of players involved in the club and want the course to grow and get better each season.
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Pros: My main course. Nice variety of open holes with some tighter wooded holes mixed in. Great general public park in addition to discing. Well marked. An easier course for powerful RHBH throwers considering much of the wooded areas are generally to the left of fairway. Some of the shortest holes are made the most creatively with their use of the woods/mandos.
Cons: The tees are downright awful. I only use about half of the designated tees due to wear.
Holes 3-7 are very similar to each other, then holes 13-17 are again very similar.
Other Thoughts: Solid course in the largest city in the area. Could be improved considering the player base. Still very fun regardless of faults.
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Pros: It's located in Quincy. It has some challenging shots(5,7,8,9,10). Good variety with how the holes are setup.
Cons: No concrete pads. Archery fence along the first 3 holes. The back 9 isnt that special. No disc golf league
Other Thoughts: Quincy needs a disc golf league, it could be a traveling league that plays Quincy, Hannibal, Palmyra, Hamilton, etc....
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Pros: I do like the flow of the holes...pretty easy to find your way around. It also has a lot of staight shots
Cons: not a lot of variety in the course...and some spots if you mess up good luck finding it
Other Thoughts: great if you want to test your drives and have some fun if your in the area
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Pros: This course uses the park to it best. There is a good mix of long and short holes, as well as a couple of holes that test your ability to shoot down a narrow alley and anhyser it to the hole.
Cons: The tee pads are grass and are extremely worn and uneven, almost to the point of being dangerous. Most of the holes are wide open with few trees to worry about.
Other Thoughts: This is a good course that allows for other people to come along and entertain themselves while you enjoy a round of discing. There are batting cages, putt-putt golf and a lovely pond with paddleboats.
I would give this a much higher score, but the tee pads are too worn to be of any use, and it's hard to find a good spot to tee from. With the number of people I see playing here, it would be a good thing for the city to either grade the tee pads to make them even, or to install concrete tee pads.
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Pros: Well maintained coarse with several wide open holes to show off your driving skills. There are a couple nice dog legs. I beleive the baskets are one of the Mach style baskets.
Cons: The coarse has worn down natural tees and the signs for the holes can be hard to fallow especially on the back nine. Holes one and two are also next to the archery range. If your disk goes over the fence in this area its GONE!
Other Thoughts: This is over all nice coarse to play that is mostly flat. Only a couple holes take advantage of evevations. It is too far from my house for me to play regularly.
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