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Pros: Decent layout flow once you find the first hole. Good use of what there is of water, trees, and hills. It also has some longer holes where you can let loose and throw. There isn't many places to lose your disc unless you get into the middle of the small water hazards. All baskets were in pretty good condition and had numbers on top for each hole.
Cons: It was a little difficult finding hole 1 (park just as you get in the parking lot off Rt 19 and follow the sidewalk behind skate park and basketball court), mostly because there are almost no signs on any holes. Out of the 9 holes, there were posts on 6 of the course but only 3 signs to identify hole number and one was on its last leg. All tee pads were dirt except for number 8 which I couldn't find but I think the walkway was being used because I found two painted lines that would make sense. All the tee pads were really worn down and had no release point (were worn down anywhere from 10-25' in front of post). Many were worn down a few inches so a miss step could result in a twisted ankle. When I was there is was too wet to even try to throw from that area. The only reason why I could find the starting point for 2 holes without posts was because of the warn out path for throwing. There's lots of trash in the grass around hole 2 and hole 3 pad. There was tons of geese poop on holes 5 and 6 and almost guaranteed to get it on your disc/shoes.
Other Thoughts: If this course had a full set of signs and some sort of tee pad (even boxed in with wood and have wood chips) this course would be so much better. It was probably a pretty good course at one time, but its been neglected for a while. I'm surprised because the rest of the park is really nice, new and kept up.
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