Just Not As Long As The Outback Course!
Pros: The Perry Championship course is in the same park, Art Mooney, as the longer more difficult Perry Outback DGC. The championship course is a little better marked, thereby a lot easier to navigate and quite a bit shorter than the Outback.
Perry Championship DGC had a course sign at the beginning. It had these great clear plexiglass tee signs. They had all the usual info, Sponsor, Hole #, distance, a simple map and 2-3 basket positions. The only problem was the there was no way of knowing which position the basket was currently in.
The course had a number of holes in the 200-300' range, many requiring low tunnel shots. It also had enough holes in the 350'+ range to make this an intermediate type course.
The course was very forgiving of errant shots. There is no nasty OB to contend with. The parks roads are always played as OB which further adds to the challenge.
With the nice flat grassy areas and low ceiling of trees, this course has some great holes for throwing your roller on.
With this park being so spread out, I don't expect conflicts with other park users would be much of a problem.
Cons: A number of holes were missing the tee signs.
This course's lack of elevation/water/natural beauty/really creative holes left me with kind of bland feeling. Nice enough course but...just not one to get overly excited about.
Other Thoughts: The two courses here are fairly similar. The Outback course presents more challenge while the Championship course is easier to navigate. It's nice to come here and be able to pick between the two, according to your skill level or energy level or whatever level.
I just wish that there was a way to give them both a little more personality. Spice em up a bit!
good, short whole course
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Pros: beautiful park, tough holes because of trees,
Cons: not much to it besides the tree hazards, holes arnt very long either, no course map either
Other Thoughts: not bad, but not great....if youre there id play it, but wouldn't go out of my way for it
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Pros: Fun course with a fun layout, alot of different lines to take, and great helpful local's
Cons: Grass, Grass, and more Grass at will eat your disc alive if you release to low, roller's not an option on 90% of the holes, the Grass is thick and wet(they water it alot), And Tree's, Tree's, Tree's, and just like with the Grass, you release to high and your gobbled up by the Tree's.
Other Thoughts: Overall a fun course, just remember to bring plenty of socks if you plan on playing in the morning.
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