Great course year round
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Pros: -Beautiful scenery
-Great variety of shots
-Well marked tees and trail
-Awesome place to spend an afternoon
Cons: -Muddy on holes close to the shore immediately following rain
-Very spread out (not a con if you have plenty of time, but definitely expect to spend over and hour to play all 18)
-Easy to lose discs if the vegetation is overgrown
Other Thoughts: This course uses the landscape to its full potential, great shots near the lake and farther inland. Snakes stay away from the heavily traveled parts, but if you have to track a disc in the woods, I recommend making a little noise so you don't spook anything up. Overall a great course, worth playing again and again.
0 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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Pros: Good variety of shots. Nice openness so you can space your groups. Great scenery and a good use of park land. Most people are really nice. It's always a bonus to find a tortoise and have a "mascot" for a hole or two until you can get it out of harm's way.
Cons: It can be muddy and busy. Snakes!!
Other Thoughts: Good course for beginners and advanced players!
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Pros: Concrete tee pads, nice Discatcher baskets, and well maintained. The course begins with a few technical lightly wooded shots by the lake, and then opens up to some long shots in the open, goes back to the lake and ends with a few open long holes again. The views while playing are incredible, and the course is very well designed. Many people have written reviews complaining of the mud, but the staff has recently mulched the muddy areas of the course, effectively drying most muddy spots.
Cons: This is a fairly flat course, and there is always the possibility of losing a disc in the lake, but that is easily avoidable. Only real disadvantage to this course is that it can be pretty crowded on good days.
Other Thoughts: This course's combination of short and long, straight and curved, wooded and open shots has helped me improve my disc golf skills more than any other course in my first year of play. I have seen it regularly maintained as I went regularly as a student at the University this past year. Definitely a recommended course.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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Pros: The course allows for a variety of different shots throughout, which makes for a great practice course.
Anything near the water is more technical, and usually pretty short to where only a Putter or Mid is required.
The open holes allow for some nice aired out D.
There are concrete teepads and the fairways are (somewhat regularly) maintained.
It's also a very FH friendly course, I FH off the tee on at least 15 of the holes.
Cons: The course floods really easily, so if it's rained within the week, always bring a towel.
Also, some more elevation change would be nice, obviously the course doesn't have much, but possibly some basket placement on towers or such would make for an extra challenge on the open holes.
Other Thoughts: Water isn't really too much of an issue, if discs go in, more times than not the water is clear enough to go in after.
People in the park are almost never an issue, except possibly on hole 16, but it's just a running path and people quickly fly through the area.
3 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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