5 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: If you throw you might have a go..........
Went this summer with a friend and his girlfriend, could not find the starting tee for about 45min. Found the tee for the first hole over a baseball diamond and could not believe that this was a real disc golf course. Tee'd off and was shooting on par alot better then my friend and his gf and wound up being on par for the first long and challenging 9 holes but was ready to give up when all three of our frisbees wound up in a batch of thick and heavy thorn bushes, not to mention the steep and sandy inclines over the whole course making for a ruff and tiring rounds regarldess of all else. Very long holes and no real ace chances. You also have to throw over a lot of other things in the park so be careful at all time.
Other Thoughts: Really had the impression the the course was just an after thought of the whole park. Seems that the baskets placed in the worst parts of the park, which is nice that they thought of disc golf in a wonderful park that has a baseball diamond a skate park and a soccer field, but if its disc golf you want please just don't go. It is too much of an effort for such an un-thoughtout course that it is just going to drain you and your score no matter how long you drive your score will suffer. This course does not deliver any kind of standard at all to the professional disc golfer.
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