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Pros: Variety, on the front nine you have distance and some shot shaping holes. When set up long the front nine can wear you down in a good way. A couple par 4 (3 long, 4 long, 8 long) is always nice to have in a park. On the back nine you can start with distance on 10 but then nice short park and putt holes with great fairways. Parks and rec does a great job with trashcans benches and overall clean park. You can choose to play 9 at a time both loops end up in parking lot.
Cons: On the front nine a couple of holes a little bland. Not all tee signs are completely accurate in distance. Watch out on front 9 as tall grass + blind shots = looking for discs
Other Thoughts: Watch out for thorny trees lots in this area. In the summer keep an eye on your disc long grass will eat them up. I like mowed fairways looks cool and saves money. As takers of parks and rec we should never complain about mowing as we pay no greens fees. But at legacy it is almost always windy so i choose blue springs or p-hill. Cool side note i play a final 9 safari so if you want challenge start on 10. 10-12 par 4, 13-14 par 4, 15alt to 15 par 3 or 4, 16-17 par 3, 18 to practice basket par 4, 1-2 par 4, 2-3 par 4 or 5, 4-7 par 3 or 4, 8-9 par 5, Typically get a par 36 on 9 holes based on pin positions
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