2 Helpful / 0 Not
Fun for Everyone
Pros: This is where I learned to play. Awesome course for beginners, and still a fun course for more advanced players to practice shots and have a good time.
Cons: Short 9 hole course, baskets aren't the best ever. People in the park don't understand what is going on, so they'll stand in the middle of a hole until you tell them to move.
Other Thoughts: Some friends and I would play this course in the dark with glow sticks set up on the baskets! This was a lot of fun, and certainly doable since it's so wide open.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
0 Helpful / 2 Not
Blue Grass Park
Pros: All grass. Great for working on approaches and putts.
Cons: Custom made baskets that allow your disc to fall through. Heavy chains deflect rather than grab. Family neighborhood park with a lot of other activity creates concern.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: All grass here. No losing discs. Nice custom signs, wish the baskets were as nice! Variety of distances, though most shots are the same (straight). If you want to show a beginner the basics, this course is good enough to practice on.
Cons: The baskets are the strangest ones I have ever seen. They look homemade. If they are, good work whoever made them (I wish I could). They just need a few improvements. They lack enough chains to catch a disc well. But, the main problem is the disc can fall out of the baskets! You can sink one in perfectly, yet the wide gaps on the side can allow the disc to fall right out. Also, watch out for people in the park. They are everywhere, and seem to have no clue that a flying disc will hurt them.
Other Thoughts: As with most courses, it is worth trying out at least once. I've played it a few times, it is a nice course to warm up on before moving to other better courses nearby.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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