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Pros: Very clean and nice campus.
Bakets are in good shape.
No crowds on weekends what so ever.
Great lay out for the space!
Cons: Not to many real tech shots needed.
Only 2 tee pads are marked so you have to make up your own as you go.
Course follows athletic field with high fencecs that are locked so if you fire one over hope you can climb.( wich may be illegal?).
Other Thoughts: THERE IS ABSOLUTLY NO WATER ON HOLE ONE. Over all i had a great time!
We seen zero people actually playin the course besides us.(A few joggers/dog walkers) Its actually a lot bigger than you think a school course could be.
It may be rated low for the lack of natural obstacles but if the ballparks were ponds this course would be a killer.
Remember! Its all about fun,excercise,and fresh air!
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Now and then.
Pros: One short water hole(#4) was nice to see, shoot carefully as there are ball fields to the right and water to the left. The back section of holes was more fun for me due to its stretched out nature and large cottonwood trees. You will not find a lot of disc traffic here. Tees are marked on the sidewalk with bright yellow paint. It's good to expose younger people to the sport with this course being located where it is.
Cons: Nothing too spectacular here, I will stop by only now and then. Lots of tall chain link fences on almost every hole which area pain to climb. Most of the time I was here, they were locked leaving only one way in(or over). If there are school activities after hours this course can be somewhat unplayable at times, keep this in mind when heading out to play. No tee signs or mappage anywhere.
Other Thoughts: Hit this course up on a day when no one is around and if you don't throw over a fence it is a lot of fun. If it is in fact too busy, there are 3 other courses nearby to feed the need.
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