2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: The course map is very nice.
Cons: The course map is of no use what so ever! Spent the better part of an hour, with a friend, trying to figure where things were to no avail. Based on the two marked posts we found, the objects/targets are utility poles. No luck finding the other 16! No tees or any indication where to throw from.
Flight lines pretty much appear to follow walking paths in a busy park, so disc/people interactions are a risk.
Other Thoughts: This might have been a nice little course 5-6 years ago, but it has fallen into serious disrepair. City park workers were fixing up a play ground, but had no clue there was a disc golf course in the park. That told me eveything I needed to know.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 2 Not
Better play with someone who knows the course.
Pros: The course layout was very nice. There were a light of tight shots mixed in with short and long holes. Some left and right turns help to mix things up a bit. There were a lot of challenging shots, but if you didn't make the shot there was still plenty of room to recover. The course was not crowded and I would imagine that to be the case most of the time.
Cons: This is an object course so you better at the least bring a map. It's better if you can play with someone who knows the course like I did. With that in mind there are no teeboxes or pins so you should know that going in.
Other Thoughts: Even with a map I don't think I could have made it through the course without a guide. That being said I really enjoyed playing the course as I got to meet someone new and the layout of the course was pretty nice.
3 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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