9 Helpful / 1 Not
UK Disc Golf
Pros: -Beautiful Park - My girlfriend walked the course with me and kept talking about how great of a place it was.
- Tee post with numbers and maps (minus one hole)
-Good Variation of shots.
-Tee Pads - most holes have rubber tee pads, which are big and pretty nice, different then what I am used to seeing. althought they are not the best they are pretty decent.
- Hole Ten. This is the signature hole throwing off a ledge 260ish feet.
- Baskets are a bit weathered, but still catch good.
- The grass is a bit high there are (fairways) but these seem to be walking trail paths.
- Front nine is a bit of a mess in navigation, I didn't play holes 6,7,8 because I couldn't find them. (I forgot to print off this map http://www.croydondiscgolf.co...oyd-park.html
so it was very hard finding the holes)
Honestly this course was a ton of fun. The grass was a bit tall, but it has been matted down and still a great course to play if in London. I am not sure if Disc in the UK/Euro is set up different but this course was a lot different then what I am used to play. Good change.
It's about 40ish minute with Public transport.
Make Sure you print off this: http://www.croydondiscgolf.co...oyd-park.html
When you get off the tram walk towards the playground/outside gym. There should be a fence that you will walk around and this is where it starts.
If you do not like my review, please give me what I can improve to help. Thanks!
9 of 10 people found this review helpful.
17 Helpful / 0 Not
Londinium Discus Maximus
Map and directions available at http://www.croydondiscgolf.com/LloydPark.html
make it easy to navigate the course.
Useful map at each tee area showing basket location.
Nice mixture of right/lefty/neutral advantage holes.
Single basket, single tee, tee area dirt/grass/mud. Baskets have taken a bit of a beating.
Lot of trash scattered about the park.
Nettles will give you a persistent sting if you happen to touch them.
Couple of holes under 150', couple of holes over 400', average for course just under 300'.
Gently rolling landscape with a few trees and bushes providing the obstacles.
Like most UK courses, ground is soft, so have a towel to wipe of your disc, wear water resistant shoes, and expect your discs to stick into the ground, vice roll, quite a bit.
About an hour by car from Heathrow. Can also reach the course from central London by train then tramlink, which has a stop right at the course!
17 of 17 people found this review helpful.
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