4 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: I drove about an hour out of my way to play this course and was very pleasantly surprised.
The course is in excellent shape, with all the fairways mowed neatly and 1 foot tall rough on the sides of the fairway like a ball golf course. It is true that this is a relatively short course, but I really enjoyed the well defined fairways.
The layout was not as bad as others have said, and I think that it is a nice mix of shots considering the space that was used. Most of the holes can be played with a mid range or fairway driver. There are a variety of hyzer and anhyzer shots, and a very strategic use of trees as obstacles. Most holes are in the 175 to 250 range, with a few over 300 feet.
Cons: The rough can eat your disc if you are not careful.
The course is installed in a small area, but since this course gets very little traffic it is not that problematic.
You won't get many chances to throw a driver - but thats not necessarily a bad thing.
Other Thoughts: Overall, a nice course to play in a scenic location. I would play this one again.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This is an excellent little course away from it all. It plays mostly through thick woods, but the fairways are well-defined. This is a good test of choosing and then hitting your lines. Tends to favor RHBH but there are holes that go left, straight, and right. Mostly the distance is <300' but there are a couple of longer holes that will challenge anyone to make a 3.
It is nice and shady in the summer, and often has large sheets of ice in the winter, which can be be fun. It is an older, and therefore shorter course with multiple birdie possibilities. They seem to regularly mow the fairways and leave rough clearly showing the shot shape. They usually mow paths from basket to next tee aiding in navigation.
*Update- new tee signs have been installed. They are color, show hole #, distance, par, and a basic hole diagram. Good work to whoever is responsible for these!!!
Cons: The dome topped baskets are older with some bent parts, but they still catch pretty well (*about half the holes are now newer Mach baskets, the other half are the best of the old domed baskets.) The tees are concrete, but are pretty small by today's standards. The holes can get to be a bit repetitive, but there is enough difference to keep it interesting.
Navigation is a little tricky for first timers because the holes are so close together and you can see many tees and baskets at all times. Many holes play right along other holes in the opposite direction, so always be aware of other disc golfers. You also have to cross #16's to get from #10 to #11.
There are no restrooms at the course, (but the park buildings do have them.)
Other Thoughts: Tip- enter the park and go right towards the cabins. It appears there is no parking but everyone just parks at a slant on the left side of the road beside the kiosk and hole #1.
Years ago this course was forgotten and was sort of run down, but much work has been done in recent years to restore it to a decent course. It makes for a nice, fun, and relaxing round through a small grove of mature trees and lush grass.
This course is kind of far away from much of anything else, but there is a new Sonic and a Subway just a couple miles north in town. It is a very nice and fun course (very underrated in this area). It might not be worth a super long drive to play, but if you are close then check it out. There is also canoe/kayak access to the scenic Duck River that I have taken advantage of after a round.
Also worth noting that state park rules of No Alcohol and No Smoking are posted.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Fun for novice players
Pros: The course offers a variety of hyzer, straight, and anhyzer shots. Grass is usually mowed.
Cons: Dont expect to pull out a driver during your round. Nearly all of the holes are very short.
Other Thoughts: The course would be great for new players who lack distance in their driving game or for more experienced players looking work on midrange and upshots. The course is very fun to play if you're just looking for a relaxing round, but its not one that I would play regularly.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 2 Not
1.5 acres = 18 holes
Pros: It is fairly well maintained. Frequesntly mowed. Fairways are well defined. Does require both hyzer and anhyzer.
Cons: Length is the same for nearly every hole. The fairways are well defined...but the do overlap on multiple locations. "Black deuces" could be a fairly common occurrence. The entire course feels cramped. If there are multiple people there, you enter this forested acre of flying discs and hope that you leave without being plunked by someone's drive 4 holes over.
Other Thoughts: Too cramped and short to enjoy fully. There are some nice ideas, but I agree with the previous reviewer that this should be a 9 hole course. It looks as though they installed a nine hole course....then decided to install 9 more...on the same plot of land and over top of the prior 9.
3 of 5 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 3 Not
Only played a few times
Pros: Other than being close to my in-laws in Pulaski, I don't have a lot of good things to say about this course. However, it is a disc golf course with Mach 2 baskets, so that is better than nothing.
Cons: Unless things have changed in the last couple years, it reminded me of a big parking lot with a lot of trees that somebody decided to place some baskets in. The fairways criss-cross which is never a good thing and at times you don't know which baskets you are supposed to be throwing at.
Other Thoughts: Maybe this was all the land the park would allocate, but if it was maybe it should have been a 9 hole course vs. an 18 hole course.
0 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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