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pitch and putt
Pros: From the description, "is the local pitch and putt" says it all. It gets so hot out in Grand Junction that I could imagine this being the choice course in the summer months when the thermometers are pushing up past the mid nineties. The course was easy to find and to figure out. There is water, and restrooms. It's nearby stores. It is a park course so it has all the positives of a park, such as well maintained and mowed grass. The baskets are short so its fun throwing out ace runs to see how close you can get. Because it is a park course there is plenty of parking. You can get in a really fast round here.
Cons: As a park course, it has all the trappings you would expect. Kids running everywhere, a playground to avoid, a picnic table full of people causing you to skip a hole. There are only a handful of obstacles to play around, number one uses the lone tree, there is a skate park, a nearby street with a bank and a bike path.
Other Thoughts: How does one grade a pitch and putt course? I don't like em much. But as a pitch and putt, this course seems pretty good. As a regular disc golf course, it needs to be somewhere else. If you just didn't have the gas in your tank to play Matchette, than this course would be great. The skate kids were cool, telling me where number one started.
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