Not a good course
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -2 tee pads on each hole
-concrete tee pads
-somewhat easy to navigate
Cons: -no labels on the tee pads to let you know what basket they go with
-hole 4 doesn't exist
-open field with no skill needed
-in a very questionable area of town need to keep a mind of who and whats going on
around you. Don't go alone
-short holes with only one over 200 feet
-no real left or right curves
-terrible drainage puddles up when there is rain
-Holes 2 and 3 are right by a house
Other Thoughts: I would not recommend this course unless you just want to play every course in this city, in a very questionable area. We even saw two kids fighting at the basketball court. Also saw a guy kick his dog for barking.Would definitely not take my kids here.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 1 Not
Not much to offer
Pros: Nice Concrete Tee pads. Two pads, Pro and Am. Easy to follow course, very first time friendly. Many (if not all holes) Ace opportunities.
Cons: Not much to offer and challenge anyone beyond a beginner. Simple basket out in front of tee pad setup. Nothing in the form of woods or water. Plays like a practice course. And of course the dreaded...'Only nine holes'. Have to add that in.
Other Thoughts: Easy course for beginners or to be used to introduce new players to the game for the first time, but if you have any skill at all it just doesn't have anything to offer. Also take note, It is located in a rather....seedy part of town. We played in the early afternoon with the sun blazing and we still felt uncomfortable with the attention we were getting from some locals. I wouldn't say not to play here, but I have to mention the safety factor if couples or families are reading this and planning an outing.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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