In the woods
Pros: Idyllic and involves hiking; it's different to write the least. It's an open environment. All the holes are Par 3, so easy to keep score.
Cons: No tees or proper signage for holes. Several baskets are old and rusted as well. Liter throughout the course and a bad starting location.
Other Thoughts: I wouldn't recommend the course, but I would recommend the park since there are some nice places to hike and scenic views to relax at. Overall, the course is worth a one time visit, but the last four holes can leave you frustrated. Definitely bring a map on your first visit.
==Important Course Information==
The course starts behind a gym along a fence (tennis courts and a parking lot next to the street are near by). There is a map posted at the entrance of the gym and on the fence where the course starts.
Directions to each hole are spray painted in white, so look around a hole at the rocks or trees. Each tee (except Hole 12 and 15) has a white line indicating where to tee off. Hole 12's tee is marked on a fallen tree near Hole 14. Hole 15's tee is just a number on a tree on the park's main path
There is a long walk to Hole 2 after Hole 1. Follow the main path and go past a tree that has a spray painted symbol on it (that is not the tee). The player should also see an electric tower on the left side, so continue down the path; Hole 2 is close by on the left.
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