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Pros: Nice park setting on front nine with restrooms and tables. Back nine play around two softball fields. A beginner friendly park with not too many trees or obsticles. There is a post for tee #1 with a box that has course maps and scorecards.
Cons: No tee pads or signage. Park setting could be a problem if someone was picnicing in a fairway or if one gets away from you. Tall grass on back nine.
Other Thoughts: Softball fields come into play on holes 3,11,15. A nice course overall to work on your game. We stopped into McNeil Street Market on McNeil Street he sells Discraft Discs and gave us a course map. And thanks go out to the people that made this course happen and give their time to maintain this course.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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Pros: well it's somewhere new to throw...lol.... pretty simple, well for the seasoned players, challenge for the new... nice long holes on some
Cons: pin place ments are kind of wierd, some of the holes you can't really throw cause of people and their picknics,or the baseball/softball games,your gonna miss out on some holes, best to play early when bugs are not out
Other Thoughts: other than that, after playing this coarse a couple times you get to know it..... ohhh yeah......the back nine, i would use a white disc if you got one cause the grass is no joke, you will be lost and if you are.... when you throw get a point of reference.... ex. like the nearest tree behind where you threw ..... will make it easier...trust me
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