6 Helpful / 0 Not
Just Another Neighborhood Course!
Pros: It's a nice clean park. There's a small water area for kids to play in, basketball court, playground and picnic area. The course basically circles the paramiter of the park. The holes are long enough (6 over 250') that you can't call this a pitch and putt. It's a nice area so I think vandalism would be at a minimum. It's easy to follow, should be with 9 holes in a wide open park setting.
Cons: The baskets are different. I don't know if they're homemade or what. They're heavy green metal with only 8 chains. Like Lanceln mentioned, I'm sure some putts will sail through but I too, didn't have any problems. The teepads are grass behind an inbedded 4" x 4". It would be nice if the inbedded post had a direction and hole # on it.
Other Thoughts: The course description is more than a little misleading. Calling this course moderately hilly and moderately wooded is like calling Nevada moderately hilly and wooded. There are a couple of tiny 5 foot hills????? in the park. And there are some scattered trees that have been planted that maybe stand 6 feet tall, Okay, maybe a couple reach all of 12 feet tall. In 5-10 years you might be saying there are some scattered trees in the park. Unless I lived within a block or two from here, I'd rather go play the course at North Idaho College or drive the 10 miles to Corbin Park.
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