3 Helpful / 7 Not
will not play here again
Pros: Not much, it's a disc golf course close to my in-laws house in Long Neck DE
Cons: Course was hard to follow. Signs at tee boxes were kind of vague (preffered path was a straight line to the basket DUH). Short tee boxes were in disrepair. Most shots were blind holes, with baskets being behind foliage with no way to get around except for small walking path. Baskets were very old, and I think were original to the 1978 course. Strollers for the kids would be impossible.
Other Thoughts: Course is layed out on sand dunes, so sand in the shoes was unavoidable. Played on Thanksgiving...the park was open for free. Back 9 more open than front 9.
3 of 10 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 4 Not
sand in your shoes
Pros: Lots of elevation changes. Blinds shots that I felt you couldn't loose your disc on. The sand if you fancy that, the park it is located is fantastic spend the day on the beach.
Cons: Little hard to navigate for the first time. Walking in the sand is though.
Other Thoughts: I played this course after a long day of other DE courses and it was the highlight, i think because of the great difference the sand and mix of blind and elevation.
2 of 6 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Near Rehoboth Beach. Tee signs and tee pads on every hole. Some elevation changes. Nice use of vegetation.
Cons: Windy, not easy to navigate for first timers. Terrain is mostly sand, so difficult to walk on. Maybe wear sandals, my regular disc golf shoes filled with sand. $8 for non Delaware residents entrance fee.
Other Thoughts: Too little course for the high price admission. If you really need your disc golf fix while on vacation, play it, otherwise save your money for a better course.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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