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Small town park.
Pros: This is a very nice small park in the middle of a small town. There is a school right next to the park. The land is very flat with a bunch of large scattered trees. Almost all of the course plays in the shade. This is a very beginner friendly course and absolutely no where to lose discs.
When you pull in the park look for the pavillion and restooms. Park in the lot to the west of the restrooms. The 1st tee is located on the east of the pavillion.
Brand new Innova Discatcher baskets. Each has the hole # listed on them.
Next to each basket there is a stone in the ground pointing in the direction of the next tee.
The tee pads are nice and flat. They were installed properly and roughed up nicely.
The tee signs are very basic. The have the hole # and distance on them. They also have the school logo on them.
Several of the holes have multi route options.
There are a variety of lengths from 215ft to 380ft.
There are nice restoom facilities.
Cons: The course flows petty good until #7. Once you play #6 you have to walk back to play #7.
For more skilled players this course will get boring.
Other Thoughts: I played an alternate tee on #5. There is a covered stage that is elevated. It's a fun place to throw from to #5's basket.
This course is located just a few minutes off I155. There is a Casey's located right down the street from the course.
If you are local or driving thru it's not a bad option to play a quick round. If you have a family it's a great place to play. There are picnic tables and nice restrooms.
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