3 Helpful / 2 Not
Give this course a break!
Pros: I can't imagine this course ever getting busy with other disc golfers. In fact, you're almost guaranteed to by playing by yourself, especially on a weekday. One can't help but admire that the school is for the deaf and blind. You can't knock this course for that fact alone!
Cons: Basket #2 on the small hill isn't there anymore, or else I'm just an idiot and couldn't find it.
Other Thoughts: Have you ever been at a park, school grounds, or open area, and thought to yourself, "they could easily put a disc golf course here!" Well, someone affiliated with the California School for the Deaf and Blind did! It's pretty obvious the they built a course around the school and not vice-versa. That being said, c'mon people, this is the only course in the immediate Fremont area, and each hole on it's own is a legitimate disc golf hole. And for those complaining about the "long walk", isn't this one of the reasons we play...to get excercise? Btw, thanks to Swatso for helping me navigate this course for the first time!
Uniqueness: B (school grounds course; it happens, but not too often)
Difficulty: C+ (flat; some holes are very short)
Fun factor: C (I only play here if I'm nearby & jonesing)
Aesthetics: C (could be cleaner; mowed grass)
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