Pros: Wide open park, little chance of park patron interference.
Double tee pads, so course can be played as 18.
Nice size tee pads.
Cons: Not much variety.
Some trees come into play, but only on a few holes.
Course can be very wet around #1 Tee, and #7 fairway and basket.
Other Thoughts: Good course that plays quick. Fun factor is there, especially due to the ease of play. Players of all levels can have fun here. When you leave hole #7 and are heading to #8 tee pad, tip your hat - there is a disc buried in one of the footings of the shelter.
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Great Beginner Course
Pros: ~ 2 sets of tees for 18 hole layout
~ Concrete Tees
~ Nice Flow
~ Good Mix of Long and Short Holes
~ Well maintained park
Cons: ~ Minimalistic tee signs
~ No trash cans or benches
~ Mosley open course, with a majority of the tees being in the open throwing to a guarded pin
~ Some holes can interfere with other park facilities
Other Thoughts: Platt Park is a nice 9 hole course with 2 tees per hole allowing for an 18 hole round. The shorts are fun and make you work for a few of the deuces. The longs are just that, some nice 350 - 400 ft shots that require you to throw both hyzers and anhyzers. Overall it's a great design for the land they had to work with. This is a great course to introduce new players to the game.
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Getting double the bang for 9 baskets.
Pros: Open course with a good variance of holes. Usually fairways are very open, but trees do hinder some shots. Impressively fits 18 holes in to a smaller park. The front 9 are basic midrange shots, none topping 300 ft. Then the back 9 are 250+ to around 300+ with on long 444 footer. Baskets are good and tee boxes are cement.
Cons: Other than distance, holes can get repetitive basically throwing down an open fairway although there are some trees. Only 9 baskets, but have alt. tee box placements to make it 18 holes. Signs aren't too descriptive of the hole, but usually its easy to see the basket. Tee boxes are far to short. OB road comes into play in the middle of some holes. There are times in the back nine where you throw right behind the other tee placement.
Other Thoughts: Played my first tourney at this course and would be a great course to learn the basics at, first 9 focus on putting and midrange and the back 9 is you can really give your arm a work out. No facilities to speak of but the course is kept up very nicely.
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