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Not a bad little park course.
Pros: Of all the courses I have played, this one may have had the nicest sign. It had a course map built right into the sign. The flow of the course is quite easy to follow. Most of the tee pads are within 10-25 feet of the previous pin, so you almost can't get lost.
Cons: The baskets are strange, they are homemade, I guess, so there aren't very main chains in each, which could cause your disc to fly right through without catching the chain. Although, I must admit, this never happened to me. Sometimes, the teepads are too close to the previous pins. A person playing behind you wouldn't really feel comfortable shooting at the hole until after you had left the tee area, because you are definitely in a "danger zone." The course is set in a park, so there are almost no hazards whatsoever. It is pretty much just aim and fire, no strategy necessary as far as avoiding trees/anything else. Kind of like a nice pitch and putt stick golf course.
Other Thoughts: All things considered, this is a nice little neighborhood course, and a good way to keep in practice until you can get to a course with a few challenges. If I lived nearby, I might often stop off on the way to the store to sneak in a quick nine and keep the arm in shape.
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