Great Shady Course.
Pros: Shady, concrete tee boxes, hole info on every hole, all grass. Usually pretty empty, unless its a tourney week. Also is a great park that you can hang out with family and friends and BBQ and put back some beers. I RECOMMEND!!
Cons: Hole 6 is kind of a jungle, other than that its a pay to play if someone is at the booth. Six dollars is the amount. Also its closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. If it was free I would be out there everyday. Also for more skilled players, there are no hazards or elevation changes However, a challenging course is 2 minutes walk from this course.
Other Thoughts: Great course to play, especially if you want to play it a couple times and BBQ and hang out with family/friends. I go here quite often and have enjoyed it every time.
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Very green very nice!
Pros: Green grass on every hole makes you feel like you are on a ball golf course.
Signs on every tee.
Concrete tee pads.
Multiple pin placements.
Lots of trees of many varieties.
Creative use of roads as OB to make holes more challenging and risky.
Bathrooms, water ( spigot at bathrooms) and plenty of parking.
Cons: No elevation changes.
The flow from #9 to #10 is a bit odd.
No benches at all.
Visalia is 4 hours from where I live.
It was hot as heck, use a big hat, sunscreen and drink water!!
Other Thoughts: Played the End of Trail Classic, great tournament.
This is a course that would be packed if it was not in the middle of the California Cental Valley south of Fresno. If this course was anywhere closer to LA, SF, SJ or Sac it would be overrun.
If you come to visit Sequoia and Yosemite NPs you need to play this course and its younger sister the Perry Outback.
Great disc golf, roller city!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Pros: Beautiful park! Lot's of trees, grass, and technicals. We brought our little grill and took a break to cook up some hotdogs midway through the game. At certain times, there is a river that runs through the park. You know where every "T" is by looking for the blue trash cans.
Cons: The river ate our discs!! Between hole 1 and 4 or 5, I think, the outback is dry! No grass.
Other Thoughts: Great park to play in and spend most of the afternoon at.
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Me no Sandbagger!
Pros: Love this front course
Trees, Trees and grass!
Long shots and technical shots
Locals are great
Park has two courses, this one and the outback.
Central Valley Series Tourney and
End of the Trail Classic
Great player packages
Art work and payouts rule!
Cons: Being called a bagger!
It's all love!
Other Thoughts: Chuck Woody is the man at V-town!
Find Andy Park local young stud that knows the course, if you want to learn course!
See U in September!!!
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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Find a local
Pros: Huge park so your not dodging other players errant throws. Well placed pins offer challanging but "aceable" holes many times over. Terrific shade, plenty of trash cans, water fountains, and other nice ammenadities that you don't find on many courses.
Cons: The large layout means the distance from one hole to the next can be far...and you will have no idea which direction to head!
Other Thoughts: Find a local to show you around, and make sure to leave enough arm muscle to hit the outback course...it's humbling!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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