Something In The Water
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: + Ample trapezoidal concrete tee pads set flush with ground resulting in great launching pads.
+ Mach 5 baskets.
+ Multiple pin locations for all but one hole.
+ Beautifully maintained turf throughout course.
+ Small beautifully chiseled headstones mark each tee pad giving hole number and distances.
+ Well balanced for righties and lefties.
+ Graceful flowing stream meanders through course coming into play on many holes.
+ 4 or 5 small lakes or ponds scattered throughout course come into play. Because of the many water hazards I pack at least two water discs.
+ Easy to navigate.
+ Concrete walking path throughout course makes for challenging O.B.
+ 4 or 5 holes to let the big dog eat.
+ Practice basket by parking lot.
+ Restrooms and drinking fountain on site.
+ Course sets in quiet Owasso neighborhood.
Cons: - Concrete walking path runs through and around most holes and seems to attract many walkers so take care.
- No elevation changes to speak of.
- Walk from parking lot to tee one is about two football fields long.
- Trapezoidal concrete tees are in backwards. Short side in back.
- A few overly open holes.
- Course does not loop back during round so pack for 18 holes.
Other Thoughts: The biggest con of the course is the concrete walking trail and the many walkers it attracts. You can't blame them however for wanting to be on such a beautiful piece of ground. With a little patience and common sense however not really a big of problem. Without this walking trail this course would be a solid 5 ranking. Many manicured fairways play along side and over a semi wooded creek. The creek itself is shallow and measures approximately 20 to 30 feet across making disc retrieval a easy chore. However retrieving a disc from one of the small lakes is a different story. Depending on pin placement this course can be very technical or a big arms dream. The residents of Owasso should be proud to have such a beautiful disc golf course in their backyard. Every time I come here it gets harder to leave. They must put something in the water.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Lots of civilians
Pros: - Great mix of long and short holes.
- Course is well groomed.
- Good amount of water hazards.
- Concrete tees on every hole.
Cons: - There is a walking trail that goes through the entire course so you might have to wait for the lane to clear before you throw.
- Photographers love to use this course for photo sessions. They don't realize that those baskets might have high speed projectiles thrown at them.
- Ponds are pretty nasty so throwing your disc in is no fun.
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Nice Short Course
Pros: I call it an Excellent course for a very short course. Maybe not demanding by any strech of the imagination for the experienced, but comfrotable, clean and maintained.
Cons: What can I say, it's all par 3. It's short. The 18th hole is a disc eater with secondary pin placement accross a pond (not really a con)
Other Thoughts: Tee boxes have been installed. Lots of trees and water hazzards to make an all par 3 enjoyable. If you are learning this is a very nice course. If you are experienced and you live close, it's a clean and a nice place to go play a short tune up course. Hole four and eighteen will at least make you think.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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