Pros: -The course is very well-maintained being on a ball golf course. The grass is cut short and no trash around. The pond looks great and is a great fixture on a disc golf course.
-The baskets are older DISCatchers, but catch well.
-There is some variety to basket positions and they seemed to do well with the land they had to work with if they were determined to put the disc golf course on the ball golf course.
-The pro shop has snacks and bathrooms.
Cons: -Most of the baskets are tucked into the right or lift. I really felt like they were ashamed to have them on their golf course as only a couple of the baskets are visible from the tee.
-Another result of being on a ball golf course, there are not a ton of trees that come into play. Most of the course is open with thick woods on the sides.
-This cost is $6/person for a 9-hole course which makes it the most I have ever paid to play a disc golf course. This cost is outrageous for the product they are providing but, then again, they did say that they don't see many disc golfers...
Other Thoughts: I came into this course expecting birdie city, but it has a decent length and degree of challenge to keep the more experienced player from being bored, but is fantastic for beginners. That said, there is a lot that could be done to improve this course such as expanding it to 18 holes and having the second 9 away from the ball golf course and incorporating more of the woods.
U don't have 2 play just DG here (as they have other golf's games)
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Lighted Course, play until they close (9pm)
Same amenities as a ball golf course has that a public park doesn't (feel free to drink a beer or two)
Very clean fairways (One could walk barefoot in the fairways, but I wouldn't recomend walking barefoot when one had to go in the woods).
A couple challenging holes considering the property (holes # 5 and # 6, both have water hazzards)
benches and trash cans at every hole
(with food and beverges for purchase)
Cons: Pay to play ($6, not much imo)
Sharing a course with ball golfers (not a really big con, but it could present some problems if one doesn't relize that the Disc Golf course is a low $$ maker at the facility and we should try to carry ourselves accordinally when sharing the course with others)
The DG isn't overly long course, which could be an advantage depending on one's perspective.
Other Thoughts: This Disc Golf course shares the same fairways as the par 3 ball golf course. Only difference with the Disc Golf course we're still shooting at the baskets and the ball golfers are shooting at the little cup in the green.
This facility also offers miniture golf (putt-putt) and has a driving range as well as the already mentioned Disc Golf course and the par 3 ball golf course.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
10 Helpful / 0 Not
On a ball golf course
Pros: Something different---uses same fairways as a par-3 ball-golf course, with baskets tucked off the fairways. A couple of interesting water hazards, and a few nice roller opportunities, with the amenities of a golf course. LIGHTED for play at night.
Cons: Pay-to-play, only 9 holes, and there are better courses nearby. Personally, I find it odd to play alongside ball golfers.
Other Thoughts: I've never experienced it "under the lights".
10 of 10 people found this review helpful.
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