Definitely needs a spotter...
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Pros: The course is in a "No Dogs Allowed" park, which really cuts down on the potential innocent targets. There is a decent mix of short and long holes, most of which are within view of the previous basket. The few kids and adults using the park were good about clearing the fairways when I asked.
Cons: No tee pads, signs or even worn areas in the grass. The park is well maintained, which makes it hard to see where other players have teed off. the baskets are also very unforgiving (fewer chains than a Discatcher, with shallower baskets). A few of the lines require you to drive straight down a paved bike/walking path, which would have been sketchy on a busy day.
Other Thoughts: Playing alone was difficult because of the blind drives on 1 and 10. I was afraid I was going to hit someone on the walking path, so I had to play extra conservatively. Then again, I had no guide other than the board at the first "tee" so I was just teeing off from the previous hole's basket.
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