5 Helpful / 0 Not
Nice 9, could fit 18
Pros: Nice and open for beginners with variable length for the more experienced players. The course gets longer as you go so there is time to work on your distance as you play. Very easy to find your way around this course as the tees are very well marked.
Cons: Not many obstacles, trees, or other things to challenge the more seasoned player. Public park could provide for a lot of other traffic during the weekend and when other park facilities are in use.
Other Thoughts: It seems like there would be plenty of space to add another 9 holes and potentially more variety to this course.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 2 Not
Great course for beginners
Pros: The tees are marked very well and it is easy to find the tees and basket. Course is well maintained.
Cons: Course is not very challenging but is good for beginners. There are not many obstacles and during the summer the place can be swarming with ant hills.
Other Thoughts: Overall a good simple course that was lots of fun to play.
5 of 7 people found this review helpful.
13 Helpful / 0 Not
Nice community course
Main tees are well marked using bocce balls on small posts. Full course map by the warm-up basket including a rules summary. Nice double chain DGA baskets in excellent shape.
The alternate tees provide a different look at some of the baskets and add some length. Alt #8 is a great risk/reward shot: if you can drive a nice slight anny shot through the triangular gap made by three groves of trees you can be sitting under the basket. Otherwise you can go big sky anny or try a tomahawk over the top.
Not the most challenging course. Only three of the nine holes have any significant trees. Holes #3 & #4 are almost identical. Beware of significant poison ivy in the brush around #6-#8. That brush gets very thick in the Summer and can easily swallow discs.
There's a small stream of water running the length of the course but at most is usually only several inches deep so while you might get wet shoes you shouldn't lose any discs in the water.
Warm-up basket complete with tee; could be considered a 10-hole course. Alternate Tees are marked with yellow bricks installed flush with the ground; use the online map to find locations.
The park can be subject to major pedestrian interference when softball tournaments are held. Fairway #2 is a favorite spot for softball families to set up camps. Basket #9 can also be compromised. Be wary of this condition on Summer weekends.
13 of 13 people found this review helpful.
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