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A stop along the highway
This course was very easy to navigate. Having never played there before, I was able to make it around the entire course without any problems.
The park seems to be well maintained. The fairways were nicely groomed (mowed) when I was there.
Signs at tee pad for all holes. Shows preferred route to basket, distance to basket, as well as location of next tee. Baskets were all in nice shape.
All of the tees are grass/dirt.
The hole distances on the signs seemed to be wrong. Many of the holes seemed a lot shorter than the distances marked on the signs.
Most of the holes are wide open and offer little obstacles to play around.
Even though there is a 'water hazard' on some of the holes on this course, your disc would really have to come out of your hand wrong or get caught in the wind to land in the water. Most of the fairways are far enough away from the water so you wouldn't have to worry about it.
This course is in a nice park setting. There are areas to grill/picnic along with a small playground for younger kids. There are some animals to look at as well.
Holes 1-4 are on one side of the river (start near playground). Cross bridge and follow holes 5-8 along river. Hole 9 is back across river and plays back towards hole 1. If you park near wildlife, hole 5 will be closest tee to you (that is where I started).
This course served well for a stopping point on my trip back from Bemidji to the Twin Cities. If you are passing by, I suggest you stop to play the course. I would not make this course a destination though.
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