Where's the tee?
Pros: Manageable distance with lots of open play. (I'm a beginner, and this course allowed be to focus on drives without having to constantly fish disks out of hazards. While there is a lot of water on the course, it didn't steal any discs.
Cons: The thing that made this course really frustrating was the complete lack of signage. One sign acknowledging the benefactor turns out to be the general area where you're supposed to tee off. I only found two actual tees. (Cement blocks painted yellow, and near flush with the grass.) No posts to indicate where the next tee area was. The baskets themselves no longer had their numbers. (For some, when you went up to them, you could see the outline of where the number had been.)
Other Thoughts: In fairness, I played the course out of season. For all I know it's much better kept up Spring-Fall.
2 Helpful / 12 Not
Pros: nice park
few obstacles get in the way
no tee signs
only bricks in the ground act as tees
2 baskets are too close to the next tee
Other Thoughts: only 9 holes
I won't be going back to this course
how can someone rate this course 3+ ?
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