1 Helpful / 3 Not
Pros: * It is a very wide open course with not to many obstacles other than holes 1, 3, & 9.
* fun course to try and hit some aces :) since there are really no trees to interfear with your shot unless your on 1 or 9
* nice clean park.
* good signage
*open year round
Cons: * very wet after it rains, which since it has latley the course .itsn't in the greatest shape.
* only nine holes.
* not much of a challenge if you are a experienced player.
* Defintely a beginner course, fun but nothing more than a little course with all tees between 180 and 230 in a park in germantown.
* Overall though it was pretty decent.
1 of 4 people found this review helpful.
6 Helpful / 0 Not
Great Beginner Course
Pros: -It is a great course for my home town
-Holes 1, 3, and 9 have a few obsactles
-Has cement tee pads that are in great shape
-Clear sighns with great directions and they say the distances.
-Great course to test out new discs because it would be very hard to loose a disc here
-Great course to bring kids to
-The course is almost never crowded
-Open year round
-The park is kept clean
Cons: -Extremly short holes
-Doesn't provide much of a challenge
-Most holes have little to no trees
-Small tee pads
Other Thoughts: Its a great course to have in my hometown. Its not worth traviling from far away to play on it.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Clearly, for Beginners
Pros: Too start, this is my home course. I'll try to keep bias out of it.
- This course is obviously a great one for beginners. It suits it's commmunity well because of the family atmosphere. This is where I started the game and I believe it serves me well, at least better than a Brown Deer, or Dretzka.
- There are a few fun holes. Specifically 1,3, and 9.
-As previously stated, a great one to bring the kids to.
-Great signs, clear with distance
-Good location, in the middle of a quiet neighborhood. Not too many wierd People. Also, next to no vandalism.
Cons: - Short, very very short. 155- 236.
- Mostly wide open holes
Other Thoughts: - I would not call this a terrible course just because of it's target audience.
- For those of you who may want a challenge, we have been experimenting with alternate tees and there have been talks of alternate baskets.
-Take this course with a grain of salt.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 0 Not
A 9 hole course for the family!
Pros: Great signage. Decent tee pads, though they are small. This course is located in a wonderful park with lots of great playground equipment, and even a shelter with picnic tables. Holes 1 & 9 are decent, as they have some trees to navigate, but the rest of the holes (for the most part) are pretty wide open shots in the realm of 200 ft. or so.
Cons: Holes are short. Typically 170 ft.-230ft. for all nine. This takes the challenge out of the game for alot of us.
Tee pads are roughly 6 ft. X 3 ft., so they are definitely on the small side.
Other Thoughts: Let's look at this course for what it is. This is not a course where you set up a league, and a bunch of guys come and have a tough competition week after week. You can go down the road to Dretzka if that's your cup of tee.
This is a park that serves a wonderful purpose for the game. Families can come here, and learn what this game is all about, without worrying about their speed of play affecting others. Course is easy to navigate, and the signs do a nice job of filling you in on hole location, and next tee pad location.
Plan a picnic with the family here, and play some discgolf. The kids will have fun, and if they get bored, they can walk back to the picnic area at any given time, as the course kind of goes around in a circle. You never really find yourself too far away from anything else in the park here.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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