2 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: -Vey Nice and Clean
-Teepads with Signs
-Small Town. Gas,Food and Stores very Close
-Just a Few Minutes off of I-84
Cons: -Non DG Traffic on Nice Days
-Eastern Oregon wind Can Be A B#tch
Other Thoughts: Due to a bum ankle I was only able to play the front nine, I will be back to play it all. It really is a nice little course. I wouldn't make the trip from far to play but if your driving thru and want to take a break its alright.
If you can throw with any distance then the water wont be a big deal, besides in the summer I wouldn't have a problem going after my plastic, looks low and clear.
There are bull snakes which are harmless but can be big and rattlers in the area. Just watch it on the hillside around rocks in the summer.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
8 Helpful / 0 Not
Just A Typical Little City Park Course!
Pros: The front nine is just your basic little city park course with a small stream dividing it. The park is very clean and well maintained, nice grass to play on. There are brand new Discatcher baskets, nice informative signs, teepads are adequate, the restroom was open and clean for public standards and there is a kiosk at the start with course information. The basic 9 hole configuration has no holes over 300 feet. However, there is a alternate hole which measures 550 feet. It's fun to throw across the stream on # 3, 4 and 8. You just have to be able to throw about 100 feet to clear it. This is just a really nice little recreational/family course.
Cons: I don't see anything majorly wrong here. There was hardly anyone here the day I played. It's fairly easy to follow. The two alternate holes were a little confusing.
Other Thoughts: A back nine is going in up on the hillside beyond the baseball field. This nine will be totally different from the little park course. The baskets are in. Poles are up for the signs. It's much longer than the front nine. As of June 2010, the teepads are very rough. But there so much potential here for a really challenging course. With the heat, the length, hiking up and down this hillside and the ever-present wind, this course will challenge all. And there is plenty of room to add another 9 holes here. As of now, it only plays halfway up the hill. # 18 will be a very sweet hole. Just a simple little touch shot, straight down the hill to a basket in some trees maybe 260 feet, with I'm guessing here, a drop of 75 feet.
What I would like to see them do here is make this a seperate course. Don't call it the back nine. Call it the Hillside Course or something. Many of the people playing the park course would get eaten up over here.
When this is completed, I'll be adding to my rating. Eventually, this will be a nice course for Pendelton and surrounds. Are there any surrounds surrounding Pendelton? Or it it just sagebrush, hayfields and jackrabbits?
8 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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