2 courses in one
1 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Only place I know of with 2, 18 hole courses at the same park. Multiple tees on most holes for begginers and advamced players. Multiple basket placements and the placements are rotated so that courses have different difficulty levels depending when you go. The grass is well maintained, bugs are a non factor, bathrooms, water fountains, and even a vending machine that sells discs in the center of the softball fields. All in all with the variety of holes, the only thing it's missing is water hazards and elevation changes. Online map, clearly marked tee signs, cement tees, and next hole markers on signs are a huge plus for new players to the course. Overall great course
Cons: A couple tees are hard to find after last basket if you never played there before, but online map shows them clearly. On weekends sometimes some people set up barbecues in the middle of fairways and baskets making certain holes unplayable and locals have no idea what you are doing.
Other Thoughts: Great mix of shots required an great upkeep by local park
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Many different styles of holes, long, short, narrow openings, wide open, no trees, trees everywhere. Makes you work on you game as a whole
Cons: Can lose your disc if you don't pay attention
Other Thoughts: This course is great for beginners and advanced players alike, nothing beats a day at the park with your friends playing some disc golf!
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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