8 Helpful / 2 Not
Tight Open and Open Wooded
Even mixture of holes in the open and holes in woods.
Multiple pin positions on about half the holes.
Online map made navigation simple.
Most holes play somewhat near walking paths and other areas used by other park users.
Lots of barking dogs to distract (cheer you on?) as holes 1-2 run alongside the back of many private properties.
Course is set along the edge of treelines and within the woods that form the border of a multi-activity park. The landscape is relatively flat, with very gentle changes in elevation. Grass was low, and the park seemed fairly clean.
About half the holes (1-5, 8, 16-18) play in the "open", i.e. you mostly have air between you and the basket, but the well-placed scattered trees, bushes, and elevation changes add to the challenge.
About half the holes (6-7, 9-15) play in the "woods", i.e. the fairways are surrounded by woods on both sides, but are very broad, mostly straight, typically requiring a bit of turn or fade as the disc nears the basket. Most of these holes are also similar in length, mid-200's to lower 300's.
Overall, a decent course, worth playing. Avoids the extremes, providing some challenge but also the opportunity to score well.
8 of 10 people found this review helpful.
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