Great practice spot
Pros: The baskets are set in a grassy bowl with some scattered bushes and trees around the area. You can play from concrete teeing areas at either end, or just throw from pin to pin for tons of different shot options. Some of the baskets are on side hills offering uphill and downhill putting opportunities and a chance to practice sticking upshots on trickier greens. There are various distances between the pins, so you can work on anything from upshots to longer drives in this area.
Cons: There are no obstacles to any of the shots offered here, so it's not a great place to work on specific line shaping or hitting gaps. The area seems to get used for dog walking and picnics, so it might not always be usable or you might not be able to use some of the baskets.
Other Thoughts: Beginners and more experienced players can all find uses for this practice area. It's well laid out to use the space and offer as many different kinds of shots as possible in a wide open area. If I had something like this near my house I would use it all the time, but don't travel to it expecting a full disc golf course.
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Huge Putting Green
Pros: Very nice park, green grass, no worries about hitting people, and very open shooting.
Cons: This is not a course that has tee pads, instructions to any specific hole, or any organization.
Other Thoughts: It is open grass area with 6 chains put in different areas. This is more of a area for practice shots. Long enough for long driving between 2 of the 6 pins, and everything else is mid-range.
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