2 Helpful / 3 Not
I Can't believe it got 2 scores of 4.
Pros: Nice disc-catchers. There is one technical hole (#3) down a narrow alley with water on left and woods on right. Another (#15 or 16) that is a challenge getting through or araound the trees. Discs are available for sale in the park, but not so near the couse, at the boat house. I lost a disc in the water off #3, and got a call that someone found it 3 days later.
Cons: This is a wide-open heat-blasted load of nonesense. Excepting the two holes mentioned above (and maybe two others where trees come into play slightly), here is no challenge but length to this course. It's difficult to navigate, even with the scorcard that's difficult to aquire from the information center of the park. The tees are unmarked and natural (i.e. dirt depressions in the grass). There are no facilities near the course, but they are available in the park. Don't expect to walk to them. Better take the car.
Other Thoughts: Memphis seems to have an active disc golf association, and it seems to base it's operations at this course (though I could be wrong about this point). The course was well populated on the Thursday afternoon I played. I don't see the appeal. I will likely never play this course again, despite living just south of Memphis. There are too many better options in the area.
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