Nice Course, Short and Sweet
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Pros: The course is well layed out for the amount of park space it uses. It requires the use of multiple types of shots. It is well wooded as well which adds a bit of difficulty to each shot. The course also has one sweet downhill shot that was pretty memorable. It has 9 baskets, but each basket is used twice off of two different sets of tees. A nice setup
Cons: Course could be a bit better marked, each basket has two numbers on it. Each number faces towards the tee position.
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Kelowna Disc Golf
Pros: Good beginner course if guided by a person that already knows the course.
Although there are a lot of trees, it is entirely flat so almost impossible to lose a disc.
The back 9 takes quite different paths to the tonals than the front 9 instead of just being further.
Cons: The tighter fairways on the front 9 favor right-hand back-hand players.
No real elevation changes other than a couple of the tonals being on top of tiny hills.
Tees are not marked in any way other than guessing which patch of dirt is the correct one according to the map. The front 9 ones are easier to sort out than the back 9 ones due to being more worn in.
Other Thoughts: It's a very dry summer in Kelowna so this park is dry and dirty, making the tee pads extra hard to find.
The holes are all quite short (sub 200 feet mostly).
Despite being in a tree-heavy park, most of the holes have one or two clear "fairways" that will allow you to get from the tee to the tonal in a single shot, but the fairway might be left-to-right, right-to-left or straight.
Not worth going out of your way to play, but fun if you lived nearby.
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