2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: The course is located on a beautiful multi-use park with many amenities. There is a small lake and a river in play on hole #6 and #9.
There is a nice range of distances. 2 tees per hole gives you options for the distance.
Some baskets have bright orange flags to help locating them. I did see some arrows to help guide you to the next tee.
Cons: This is not an 18 hole course. It's just 9 holes with 2 tees per hole. The flow is very confusing and no map to help with navigation.
The park is busy but not with disc golfers. Many holes play too close to the other park patrons. Holes play over or near picnic tables, grills, pavilions, roads, sport fields, etc.
The tee areas are natural but aren't even.
Other Thoughts: The pictures on this site are not up to date since the redesign. The navigation is tough but not impossible. After #8 cross the road and go towards the river for #9.
I'm sorry to say this was a disappointing course and I wish I had just passed it by.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Not my favorite
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: - Long and short tee for most holes.
- Lots of parking.
- Better than nothing at all.
Cons: - Flow of the holes is terrible.
- No course map or "to the next tee" signs to help guide you to the next hole.
- Missing basket numbers and tee signs.
- Cluttered around areas other visitors would be using the park such as pavilions and fields.
Other Thoughts: I think this course could be redesigned and the space utilized better. I personally would rather have 18 short technical holes than a 9 hole 2 tee clusterf*ck.
Hole 1 - Cross the road from the parking lot and head towards the billboard sign. Go through the cut in the fence and head forward and left to the first long tee. Basket is behind the amphitheater.
Hole 4 - When you finish hole 3, you have to walk the path to the left of the basket. Follow that path around the pond and up the hill to find the tee for basket 4 (only 1 tee for this one).
Hole 5 - There is a long tee on the top of the hill, and a short tee to left of the pavilion at the bottom of the hill.
Hole 6 - Head back to the area where holes 2/3 were, there is a small bridge to walk over. Follow the walking path and you should find it to the right.
I quit after this because it was getting dark. Hopefully this will help someone navigate their way around since it's a horrid layout.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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