3 Helpful / 1 Not
Wooded-Width Wonders - or Woes
Single (gravel) tee/basket-position. Narrow throwing paths, lots of ankle-high growth, and thick bushes equates to high chance of disc loss.
If throwing short, straight/left/right/S-turning shots along walking-path width throwing lanes is your idea of fun, then 7-1/2 of these 9 holes are made just for you! Other than across 300' meadow #5, and the last half of downhill/wooded-then-flat/open #9, this course will have you throwing to baskets ~225'+/-50' away, with a variably-narrow path defined by moderate-sized trees between the tees and the baskets. Other than uphill #1 and downhill #9, the course is quite flat.
Navigation: There is now a "next tee" sign for #9 - re-trace your steps a bit down #8's fairway, find the sign, go right, upon reaching the road, turn left, then look for an opening on your right. The tee sign for #9 was missing the day I played.
Glad I played it, but preferred nearby Yetter, which I visited multiple times while on holiday in the Poconos.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
Not a destination.
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Has 9 baskets.
Good for those with low expectations
Only need a putter or mid range for all holes.
Is very close to an actual disc golf course.
Right off the highway
Cons: You will be bored to tears.
Hole 9 has no lane in the summer.
ZERO lane to basket
Mosquito and ticks galore here
The signs all look the same, same image used over and over.????
Other Thoughts: Play yetter skip this course.
Whoever designed hole 7 needs to have their head examined.
Skip this in the summer feel free to play this in the fall. This course could have been layed out better with land space avail.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 2 Not
Bring your putter and hacksaw
Pros: Very close to I-80. The park itself in on a very nice piece of property. Good practice for your upshots and putting. This 9-holer is good for new players just learning.
Cons: A few holes play dangerously close to each other (baskets right next to tees). Another hole plays close to fairly busy road. Off the fairway the rough is very thick, lots of poison ivy. Tee signs very confusing. Zero variety. Bring a putter and 8/9 holes can be dueced easy.
Other Thoughts: Property has a lot of potential, but it just wasn't used. Most holes are under 225 feet and don't offer a lot of variety. Hole 9 has potential, but the drive is too tight, and it needs to be 150 feet longer. I have to disagree with previous reviewer, nearby (3 miles)Yetter Park is way better. Maybe that course designer can come and lend a hand here!
3 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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