Eureka, MO 
Kircher Park Share
Uploaded By: filmwalrus Hole #8 (Taken 8/2010)
3 / 260ft.   3 / 305ft. Par / Distance:
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 ok but nothing great

5+    12/25/2008   12/25/2008
Review By: FENTONflyer
Played: 9  Reviewed: 6  Exp: 7.5 Years
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: This is a very open course with not many obstacles at all. This course is a great course for beginners to learn how to throw a driver properly.
Cons: The fact that there are no obstacles does not help younger players learn how to maneuver around them. Too easy, I enjoy the challenge and there really is not one here.
Other Thoughts: I like to go to this course sometimes when i want to air out my discs. I don't have to worry about too much here. There is some light repairs and deconstruction due to the flooding in the past year or so. Overall a light and easy afternoon disc golfing.

2 of 4 people found this review helpful.

 A family park

5+    5/17/2008   5/18/2008
Review By: Three Putt
Played: 130  Reviewed: 83  Exp: 19.9 Years
This review was updated on 8/11/2008
11 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: It's a nice recreational course. The layout utilizes the park space well, there are no conflicts with other park users and none of the holes cross each other. The tees are spaced far enough away from the last basket that you will not be hit with an approach shot, but still close enough that you can see them. The tees are dirt marked with painted blocks, but the blocks have been maintained and are easy to find. The layout makes good use of the few trees in the park, creating some challenge despite the flat terrain. The park is very well maintained, has a nice large parking lot, restrooms, and a nice playground and pavilion.. It's a nice park to take the whole family to.
Cons: The holes are short. The holes offer several routes to the pin, so it's not very technical either. Holes # 1-# 3 flow well, but the next tee you come to is for hole # 9. You have to cross a bridge to get to hole # 4. It is not too bad as you can see # 4 from # 9's tee, but it can be confusing. # 4 is a very short hole, and there is a long walk between the basket for # 4 and the white tee for # 5. This space could have been used to either push back the basket for # 4, or move the white tee for # 5 into a 500 ft position. Given that the basket for # 5 is already protected by a gauntlet of trees, this extra distance would give the course one challenging hole. The tee signs mark all shots over 200 ft as "Par 4" and hole # 5 as a "Par 5." Wishful thinking, as they are all easily par 3's. There is one turnover shot (hole 6) and the rest of the course is hyzer city.
Other Thoughts: There is a small gauge railroad track in the park. When the railroad guys bring out their toys, it's fun to watch!

I take my daughters with me to this park. It is nice and quiet, the course is good for them to learn on and there is a nice playground for us to frolic on after we are done with disc golf. It's a great place to take your family.

11 of 11 people found this review helpful.

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