Fun Little Course
Pros: This is a fun little course out west of Utah Lake. It's in a small park that is very well taken care of and has 9 well placed baskets throughout.
There aren't any tee pads or signs so you can make the holes as long or as short as you want. Most of them are positioned around natural obstacles like rock, trees and hills to add a tiny bit of challenge to the otherwise simple course.
Cons: It is a small park surrounded mostly by houses, as others have noted. Most of the fences are extremely short though and easy to hop right over. Of course you want to be respectful of other people's property.
The fact that there aren't any tee pads or signs, or any real course layout is both good and bad. Although it's cool to make it your own it's always nice to have some organization to it. The layout was good enough to allow for an easy self-made flow though.
One of the baskets is located right next to a basketball court which wouldn't be a good thing if it were in use. The rest were more out of the way.
Other Thoughts: Overall I expected less of this park, so I was pleasantly surprised. Whoever put the baskets in did a good job. It is still just a small park with a bunch of baskets scattered around it, but it maximizes what is available.
Most of the baskets have numbers on them, so I suppose if you wanted to scout them all out in advance and determine what ones are where then you can fill in the blanks with the other baskets. I'm far too lazy to do that though.
Overall this is a fun course for beginners.
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Fun Local Practice Spot
Pros: Grass and park are kept very nice. Fun to take the kids or wife. Great for a quick practice round.
Cons: Smaller park area between houses. Not a complete 9.
Other Thoughts: Went with a friend who had previously played there a year ago. Said they had done some upgrading to the landscaping and in turn we found that the baskets for holes 2, 4 and 9 were gone.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 2 Not
A course would be fun if there where teepads
Pros: looks like a pretty course with nice baskets with flags to show where the wind is blowin
Cons: then u cant find any of the teepads it says grass but the hole place is grass but if u know the course then it will be fun
Other Thoughts: play dry creek and art dye instead
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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A Convenience, Not Destination Course
Pros: It has baskets. Good for beginners.
Cons: Close to backyards but other than possibility of landing in a backyard, not much of a challenge.
Other Thoughts: Definitely don't drive just to play, maybe if you are already close and have 45 minutes with nothing to do.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Good family course
Pros: Well maintained grass, short holes good for getting the kids or inexperienced players involved.
Cons: Not many trees or obstructions, not a very challenging course, more or less a grassy park setting. Very close proximity to some backyards.
Other Thoughts: Great course if you want to get a quick round in, or bring the family for a barbeque, shoot hoops etc. Would not impress someone looking for a challenging course. Would go again with the wife or kids or friends just starting out, or if I had very little time to play.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Nice Neighborhood course
Pros: Who doesn't like playing on perfectly manicured grass?
Cons: Short course, with lots of backyards coming into play. May be tight with multiple groups playing the course - as many play the course in reverse to make 18 holes.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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