Middleville, MI 
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Uploaded By: FoleyT Hole #1
3 / 290ft. Par / Distance:
First tee with the first and seventh baskets visible



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 Don't Waste Your Time

1    7/15/2012   7/15/2012
Review By: jonesydesign
Played: 33  Reviewed: 8  Exp: 2.4 Years
Pros: -Easy to find
-The baskets (that are still there) are in good condition
Cons: Just about everything!
-missing baskets (about 6 or so left)
-hard to navigate
-the map I found online wasn't very accurate/helpful
-easy for park patrons to be in your way
-tees are almost non-existent (a worn down dirt area and a piece of wood at the end if you're lucky)
Other Thoughts: I stopped here on a multi-course road trip. We didn't even finish. We couldn't even if we wanted because so many baskets were no present. Luckily I could pull up a map with my phone but even that wasn't helpful in navigating this unmarked course. It's really a shame, it seems like they could (or did) have a nice, short 9 hole course here but it's become near useless.

 Really Short and Really Bad

1    7/5/2010   7/5/2010
Review By: chad groen
Played: 23  Reviewed: 22  Exp: 14.6 Years
This review was updated on 4/25/2012
1 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: This is a good place to go if you just want to practice. It's mostly open with some trees scattered throughout the park. A baseball diamond comes into play on one hole, and a field of tall weeds come into play on a couple other holes. I kind of like the way the last hole is set up. Unfortunately, there's not much else to say about this course that's not negative.
Cons: They've made some radical changes to this course; not only is it a lot less fun to play but it's also a lot more difficult to find all the holes. They've removed some of the baskets so there are now only 7 holes (or so I was told. I only saw 5 or 6), and they've also removed the short 2X4s that served as the tee pad locations. They still don't have signs or cement tee pads. All they have now to mark the tee pads are these tiny orange flags that are difficult to find and could easily be moved or stolen. They've also relocated most of the tee pads and basket locations, and most of them are difficult to find even for those who were familiar with the course's old design. To top it off, when you do find them, the holes are still short and easy to play.
Other Thoughts: I used to think this was a decent course for beginners and also a nice laid-back course for veterans who weren't in the mood for playing a long and difficult course. Now what's there is pretty pathetic looking, and it's a course no can enjoy playing. In fact, it barely even looks like a disc golf course.

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