Sunny and 88 degrees
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Pros: Couple of really nice holes. #10 I call it the Charlie Brown kite/disc eating hole as the large tree across the road from your tee pad is going to eat your disc and spit it out. #16 as the shot across the water run off area is a challenge even without the multi hundred year old sycamore branch blocking elevated throws. I lost a disc on this one.
Makes maximal use of the space given. Low lying tree branches force you to work on low to ground shots. Very picturesque, especially the holes near the Susquehanna river...this is definitely a course I will replay in the fall.
Park maintenance keeps everything in good shape, grass is like walking in your back yard.
Cons: There can be a lot of distance between one hole and the next. but considering what they have to work with, not too bad.
Geese on 10 and 11...they don't like to move, but its their lake too. However lots of droppings, do you really want to get them on your discs, yuck.
Park can be pretty busy, some of the walking paths go threw playing area.
No markers on pads (I am sure they are probably working on this)
Other Thoughts: If you come in the summer, bring a swim suit...public swimming pool near holes 11 and 12. Six bucks a head to get in.
Make sure to take the map for the course from this site as you will need it to find where each next hole starts.
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