2 Helpful / 11 Not
Like playing in the middle of disney land
Pros: Decent baskets
Cons: Tourists everywhere
is a zoo
lines to play
not private or outdoorsey
graffiti on everything
Other Thoughts: This course is the opposite of why I play disc golf. I play disc golf to get outdoors and have fun with a few friends. This is a complete zoo playing here. there are too many people walking right next to you on the path built right next to it to even throw confidently and not worry about hitting a baby carriage
do yourself a favor...Go play giles run.
2 of 13 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 6 Not
wish I saved my money
Pros: This course is set in a beautiful park.
Cons: The course is all dirt, no grass. The holes are very close together and there is a good chance of discs comming from other holes onto yours. The course is very poorly marked, most of the signs point in the wrong direction and the rest of them are missing. The course is set in a very crowded park and none of the other park visitors care that you are playing. I couldn't even finish one round due to people just wandering about the middle of the fairways and children climbing on the baskets. I gave this course 0 discs because the scale doesn't go into the negatives!
Other Thoughts: It costs $8 to enter the park if you're not a fairfax county resident. This cost is well worth it if you want to spend the day at the park with your family. Perhaps you can go for a ride on the little train, or have an ice cream by the lake. Save your money if you want to play 18 holes, IT'S NOT WORTH IT!!!!!!!
5 of 11 people found this review helpful.
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