6 Helpful / 0 Not
Good for a Quick Round!
Pros: Permanent tee and baskets. Nice and open. Good to practice your form and keep in shape. If you only have an hour drop in and play because it plays rather fast about an hour. Tees generally have an arrow point towards the basket.
Cons: Small concrete tees. No room for run up on tee off. Grass is just high enough to make locating a disc slightly challenging. Hole #6 is there just to get you to hole #7.
Other Thoughts: On hole #5. Tee box points almost 45 degrees away from the basket. When playing we found a yellow stake at the 2nd big tree directly in front of the tee (about 150' out). Our thoughts is that the design was meant to play around those trees as a mandatory. That's the way we have been playing it. Park across the bridge at the pool/tennis courts.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
9 Helpful / 0 Not
Great because it's close
Pros: It's really close to my house. Enough said. Other than that, it's a great place to air out some drives. For just a local little 9 hole, it's actually a longer course. 6 of the 9 are over 300' from first guess. There is no real technical challenge, but it's great for learning distance. Wind could play a big factor as it's open and really close to a lake. There is a practice basket with over 100' of space in every direction. All 10 baskets are Discatchers with inner chains.
Cons: There's not enough technical challenge. The park could greatly use a few strategically planted trees. It's also really high grass (almost waist high in spots) so finding discs even on normal "fairway" shots. I got cut up pretty bad walking through it.
Other Thoughts: This has potential to be a great little neighborhood course. There are enough places to put in some longer/alternate tees, possibly to incorporate the lake into play. Mowing would be greatly appreciated here.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful.
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