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Pros: Played this course several times. I have shot -7 to +15 on 9 holes depending on the wind.
The trees are slowing growing and becoming more of an issue. (good as trees don't grow well in this area of the U.S.) It's in a park with sprinklers so the trees have a good chance.
Park: City park so it's always maintained and grass is cut and trimmed around signs and baskets.
Tees: Nice concrete tees.
Baskets: ChainStars seem to hold faster shots. Good choice given the wind here.
The course feels like you are on a stick golf course with all the nice large houses backing the course. I even had a couple of guys barbecuing on their back deck and betting on me to make or miss my putt.
Hole 9 is one of the toughest holes as the trees are getting larger and coming into play.
OB: Even though the course is pretty wide open your errant shots can still find the OB. All holes have a walking path that is out of bounds. Doesn't really come into play unless you have a gorilla arm or fight the wind.
Speed of Play: The course flows well and can be played in 45 minutes. Not a lot of traffic on this course either.
Signage: Nice signage as the holes are clearly marked and easy to follow. Nice park sign with a course map as you come in to the park.
Cons: Wind! I played a turnover shot on hole 5 and ended further away than when I started.
It can be easy on a calm day.
Other Thoughts: Nice use of a park with a walking path in the middle of it. This is a good layout given the area and lack of trees. Trees were planted in 05 and more have been planted since. Given some time this course should be a challenge. I've heard rumors they might be expanding the course to 18 when the walking path gets extended.
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