0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Good beginner course. Well maintained. Nice signs. Great baskets.
Cons: Only nine holes. Dirt tee pads. Lack of technicality. People walking on course.
Other Thoughts: Fun course to let the disc rip. Nice club house with disc to buy or rent. Also score cards.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Scenic and Manicured
Fantastic looking signs, depicting the tees, basket, and distances.
Located in a beautiful multi-purpose park, with fantastic views of the neighbouring wooded hills. Very clean and well maintained grounds.
Clubhouse selling discs, drinks, candy; bathrooms available. Scorecards, but no map, available here, too. Relatively easy to navigate, even without a map.
Only nine holes, two dirt teepads marked by blue or white PVC pipe.
Update 4/22/11: Tees are now top-quality concrete.
Gently rolling landscape with mixture of large hardwood and evergreen trees. Some minor change of elevation on most holes. Mostly grip-n-rip, needing to avoid a large tree or two at some point during the flight. Some holes offer a couple different flightpath choices. Nothing over 400' from the whites, while the blues offer a few holes over 400'.
According the the gentleman in the clubhouse, concrete tees will be poured in July-09, and some time in the future the course will increase to 18-holes by expanding into the woods.
To find tee #1, make a left into the gravel lot just after passing the clubhouse. Tee #3 is across the road from #2/#4. When looking for blue tee #5, you might find #9, instead, and visa versa.
Beautiful course offering many opportunities to air it out with minimal chance to lose a disc. Looking forward to the improved tees and increase in holes.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Great layout. Well kept. Well marked with awesome signs. Great beginner course, but also fun for the semi-pro. Dual tees on all holes. GREAT selection of discs at clubhouse. Paper scorecards available at clubhouse.
Cons: Only 9 Holes (but soon to be fixed, adding 9 more). Dirt tee pads (soon to be concrete). People walking across course (in middle of public park, big functions cause headaches)
Other Thoughts: According to the clubhouse manager, 9 more holes across the river and up the mountain a bit will be added, to make 18 (front 9 will be split current 9=future 18). Also concrete teepads are in the works. All of this is based on money available, so it may not be very soon. Great course all around, especially for families, but semi-pros can power play it in about 45 minutes. Clubhouse has great selection of discs at low prices. Worth at least 1 play, and then you will want to play again and again.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 2 Not
Ok for first course in bristol
Pros: Well marked, well maintained, nice baskets, nice signs.
Cons: Lack of technicality, most shots big open drives, no concrete tees, only nine baskets.
Other Thoughts: Not bad for the first course in bristol. more could have been done with the course
1 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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