Nice little course
Pros: -Nice use of space
-Alternate tee pads on some holes
-Not left or right hand dominant, thoughtful design
-Mix of moderately woody shots, tunnel shots, and some nice open fairway drives.
Cons: -No other courses nearby
-Only 12 holes
-Park looks like it can get crowded
-Signage to next holes could be improved
Other Thoughts: -Take a picture of the park map if you've never played here. Would've been lost without it-- especially tee pads for 8 and 9.
-Short enough where you can easily play a few rounds
-Bring a fishing pole (if you're into that)!
-Front 8 are short and technical. Rewarding if you hit your line, punishing if you hit a tree. Back 4 are more open, can let a drive rip on 9 and 10.
0 Helpful / 3 Not
Only 9 holes but good
Pros: Some tight difficult fairways. Lot of wooded shade on a sunny hot day. Even the open holes have some trees that come into play. Plays pretty quick, I did 9 holes in 40 min then played it again. Long and short tees on some holes. Signs are great where they are posted.
Cons: Lots of other people in the park. A baseball field comes into play and there was a game going on when I threw so I had to wait as not to hit any unsuspecting kids.
Other Thoughts: Looks like they did some recent work for the better. The signs are good but not on every hole. Don't pay attention to the numbers on the baskets and make sure you look at the sign to see where to throw. The sign shows where the next tee is and there are arrows nailed to the trees pointing the way. The narrow fairways through the forest reminded me of some of the tough New England courses I have played. Also a playground, baseball diamond, pond and other activities if you want to bring the kids or other non-discers along. It would be awesome if someone poured some concrete into the dirt teeboxes and made them a little longer!
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