Not bad for what it is
0 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Good use of available space.
Another place to play in a tiny rural town.
Good place to practice your short game and open throws.
Billboard with course layout at start.
Other Thoughts: For what it's worth, Hays is lucky to have a second course for such a small town. Frontier Park is much better, but this course gives you another option.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
local 9 hole
Pros: This course is good for beginners to the sport, or beginners to windy conditions. I use it as a practice course, or just to get out and shoot a round in only 30 minutes. Holes 1, 2, 4 and 5 offer some challenge (trees), while for the others, wind is the main challenge. Holes 2 and 4 have water in play (unless it is dried up). Hole 2 is short but has a monster tree in the way, and a pond.
Cons: -Tee pad material is inconsistent. Some have concrete, some asphalt.(update Dec 2011 - all new concrete pads except #4)
-No tee signs
-Navigation from #3 to #4 is confusing
-too little challenge for advanced players
-goatheads everywhere (wear good shoes)
-none of the holes offer a right hand turn
Other Thoughts: I live in town, and it's nice to have a short course for a quick practice nearby, despite its flaws.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 0 Not
A park with the namesake of its state
Pros: Nice little pitch-and-putt course off I-70. The first two holes have some interesting gnarled trees in play
My favorite hole is #2, because you pretty much have to thread your disc between a low hanging branch and avoid the tiny pond to the basket. This course gets an extra half disc just for having a tiny water hazard. All of the holes pose little challenge, but that may be good for beginners. Definitely a good course for a putter or midrange-only round.
Cons: After hole 2, each hole is pretty much a wide open toss to the basket with maybe a tree in play. Kinda gets really repetitive after awhile. Tees and signage have seen better days and, as such, I had trouble navigating from hole to hole at times. I would have liked to have seen more doglegs or possibly longer holes since the average couldn't have toppled 200 ft.
Other Thoughts: Like I said before, this is a nice little pitch and putt course, and it's an oasis after driving forever on I70. While it lacks length or challenge, it can be a nice place to practice putting/approach game.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 2 Not
On the way
Pros: This course is right off the interstate so it make for a nice stop.
Cons: This course seems to be confused as to which holes are which. Hole #4 has #6 painted on it. Tee box 4 is facing basket 9. The course is confusing, and was not much fun.
Other Thoughts: At least I didn't waste much time here.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Good Warm Up Course
Pros: Easy to play. Fast to play. If your looking for a fairly simple, non challenging course, this is it.
Cons: Not a lot of challenging holes. Not many trees, no water, and no hills. Very small piece of land to work on as well. You have to pay attention, or you may get hit by a disc as many holes overlap. Hole #1 is next to the highway, so don't let the wind take it or you may take out a vehicle.
Other Thoughts: Just a good simple course. Good to go practice scoring some aces. Also a good warm up for Frontier Park.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 2 Not
great course for a lunch break
Pros: well kept land, easy flow from hole to hole, easy course to play during lunch or just for a quick practice before going to frontier park
Cons: next to a busy street and close to houses also no parking, you have to park along the street
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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