10 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: It's good that high school students can get exposed to disc golf by having a course on school property. The holes are long enough to air out some good drives. Only 2 are under 300 ft (249' and 258'), one hole is 492 ft, and the other 6 are 300-399 ft. There is a small pond on hole 4 that adds a little bit of beauty and risk to the hole.
Cons: -When I played the course it only had 6 of 9 baskets. It's very frustrating to try to figure out holes that have no baskets!
-With no tee signs the tees are extremely hard to find. Don't even attempt to play here without getting a map from Wright Life first. The map isn't the greatest; it's very basic, so the first tee is hard to locate.
-There are serious safety issues with many sidewalks, ball fields, buildings, and people around. If you play when other people are around be extremely careful. I hope that no new players whack someone with a disc! -The portable baskets they use aren't the greatest either, but I guess they're adequate.
-Since the holes are long they're more appropriate for more skilled players who can throw farther. The majority of players at a high school are probably newer players with many being brand new to the sport. For them, shorter holes would be more appropriate.
Other Thoughts: My Rating = 0.4 out of 10
My favorite hole was hole 4 because of the little pond that added some beauty and added some risk vs. reward.
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