7 Helpful / 0 Not
Engraved Tee Maps
Detailed engraved stone tee signs
The tee signs showed exactly where the basket is located with distinguishing landmarks.
Map at the beginning of course and tees easily located - good flow
Beginner friendly-one family of first time disc golfers followed me
Fairways mowed and well kept
Use of knolls and a few trees to partially conceal some baskets
Must pay two dollars to enter the park . Park has lake with paddle boats and fishing boats that can be rented. It also has a playground, bike trail, and campground nearby which was full the last weekend in July.
The course was somewhat crowded with campers, but I was still able to complete the course in 45 minutes.
The baskets were surrounded with asphalt rather than mulch so you could possibly scuff a low grade disc.
May want to use a soft putter since the baskets are worn.
Some holes easily birdied
Other Thoughts: Overall, I enjoyed it for a nine hole course. It's a great place to introduce a beginner to the sport.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 4 Not
baskets from the 70's
Pros: If you have a solid back hand and forehand course is very easy, after the first 3 last 6 are just back and forth which makes it a nice course to practice...also course is not crowded
Cons: pay to play especially since money will not go to new baskets, easy, broken/bent/ugly baskets
2 of 6 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 3 Not
baskets need replaced
Pros: nice back and forth lay out quick play
Cons: pay to play (unless you have the annual park pass), pretty short and open. baskets are the worst i have ever seen or played. sporadic height, single chain set-up, bent rims, the worst ever.
2 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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