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Needs some help
Pros: Well there were a few fun shots, Most from safari tees, because navigation was impossible.
Friendly setting, not much if any traffic around the course, even though the grounds were full of people.
Cons: Most tee signs are missing.
Baskets are in terrible condition, one basket is literally resting 1 inch above the ground. Quite a few others were tilting terribly.
Other Thoughts: Set up on in a busy sports complex next to a school, but not too many people around the course. With a little love this course could be very fun and a good introduction to disc golf for the public.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Pros: Very nice city park. As you turn into the park area is nicely maintained with quite a few people using the tennis courts, baseball diamonds, etc. Of what tee pad signs there were, the signage was nice. Huge potential for a nice amateur course if upgraded.
Cons: This course was a huge disappointment. A rating of 1.5 is too high. Expectations are high when you see how nice everything else is, yet when you get onto the course, it is a much different story. First off, navigation was deplorable because where was none. At least of what I seen while wondering around looking for hole 1. The only tip on where to start is on the course description and it says hole 1 starts at the top of the hill. It would be nice if there was a course layout board or some indicator where hole 1 is located. 2nd, some of the baskets are either damaged or missing. I even saw a couple kids pull a basket out of the ground when I was on hole 9. It is too bad cause the baskets are not bad ones, its just like someone put the course in and left.
Other Thoughts: Such a great looking park for such a poorly executed course. Some concrete pads, better signage, possibly a bulletin board, and a couple of baskets and this course could really be a go to course when driving pass the area.
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