Low and Lower
Pros: Nice park, right on the water with alot of trees....someone has written on the tee markers and you could make 18 out of it, although you have to make up your own tees. there is a cliff along the right side of the course so if you did throw it up there its pretty easy to find
Cons: O.B on ever hole, very hard to get there..you have to go through everyones backyard...no tee boxes...very muddy of what is there, all shots are throw the trees and if you cant throw lower than 4 feet go ahead and add 10 to your score...no evaluation change. nothing that makes you say wow...good practice for low shots though
Other Thoughts: the 1st hole is on the far end of the park..so keep driving all the way to the parking lot it will e on your right about 900 ft down from the entrance.
Pros: - Well kept park.
- Very nice signs.
- Short, but challenging holes.
Cons: - Very, very, very wet. It had rained some the morning of the day I played. I played it that evening, so assumed it would have drained already. However, when I played, there were several holes unplayable. The course obviously doesn't drain well.
- Very hard to find.
Other Thoughts: - This course was hard to find, however, if it wasn't wet it would have been a fun course to play.
Pros: Holes well marked with excellent tee signs. Landscape is beautifully manicured, with a beautiful mix of Oak and Cypress.
Cons: Holes 1-3 tee boxes and baskets under a few inches of water at my visit. These holes have Cypress trees with very low limbs, making long drives difficult.
Other Thoughts: It appears this course was put in without a lot of planning needed. The landscape does not offer much in the way of unique or challenging routes to the basket.
Someone took time to take pictures and put a course map online. Thanks.
2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: a pleasent, mildly challenging 9 hole course in a small park. the course is well designed for the space. it`s flat with many trees to keep it interesting. course was generally well maintained.
Cons: hard to find but worth finding.
Other Thoughts: it`s the only public course in branson and worth a visit. there were no public courses in the entire area not too long ago, now there are several within easy driving distance. there were stacks of pavers on the parking lot, i`m guessing they may bricking the other tees like the tee pad on hole #1.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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If there is nothing else this is good.
Pros: Nice setting, mowed grass nice trees. In the middle of a walking trail bordered on one side by rock wall and bounded on the other side by a road. Basic 9 hole down and back course. Very easy to navigate arund if you can find the course. Can easily be played in thirty minutes while your signifigant other shops at the near by outlet malls.
Cons: Hole one had a brick teepad the rest were all grass/dirt except hole 8 where you throw from a painted square on the pavement of some playground equipment. Nothing too challenging, same shots around and through trees just different distances. This course could be so much better with the use of the surrounding land mostly the woods near the bridge and the area at the base of the rock wall.
Other Thoughts: Hole 8 was the most unique hole as it throws from a paved teepad to a blind shot at the base of the rock wall if only there could be 3 more of these holes it would be worth going out to a lot. Also alt. tees would be good for an 18 hole layout. With all of the elevation around branson why isnt there a better playing course in the area.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 4 Not
Come on Branson... Show me something
Pros: Nice setting along jogging trail. Very quiet, peaceful. Friendly people.
Cons: Not much variety in the course.
Other Thoughts: I know Branson is generally an older persons destination, but with all the money of that place, is ONE well developed disc golf course too much to ask?
2 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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