Cluttered and Overlapping
Pros: Nine holes conveniently located by sports park and hiking areas. There are also trash cans placed at certain holes, so beer cans have a nice place to sleep.
Cons: The holes are very close to one another with exception to Hole 8.
Each hole has signage, yet the path to the basket is not indicated, so you may throw at the wrong basket.
The holes also overlap, for instance the path to a tee can go through the approach path of another hole.
Other Thoughts: Overall, the course is good for a quick nine holes and you don't really have to worry about losing a disc.
I am not a fan of the course's baskets, namely the chains. The Meilahti course, built in the '80s, has similar chains, so you might get putting rage.
The course location seemed to offer a lot of space, so I am not sure why more holes have not been added or the current holes repositioned. I write that because the course felt like a roller kind of course to avoid all the trees and other players.
Most of the cons are minor issues, yet I didn't enjoy the course that much. It would be interesting if the holes were renumbered and/or repositioned. For example, the tee and basket for holes 8, 7, 6 are switched and the course starts at Hole 8.
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