3 Helpful / 1 Not
Wood shop 101
Easy to navigate, even w/o a map, with the large "next tee" signs and natural flow. Can see every basket from the tee, except #8 (go up the slope, then turn right).
Single tees (mulch)/single basket.
Plays at the very back of a long-n-narrow multi-purpose park. Holes 2-7 are a good introduction to wooded holes: dead straight with a generous fairway, slightly down-n-right, slightly up-n-left, straight and a bit steeper down, flat-n-left, straight-but-tight, all about 200', with the throwing paths growing tighter as you go along. Hole #1 is bit longer, across a slope with a few large trees to avoid, hole #8 is up a steep slope then a right turn, and #9 is short, slightly downhill, another right-turner.
When looking for this course, don't pull into the ball golf course instead. And, this course is at the very back of the park - just keep going! Quick play - took me only 20 minutes to play a solo round.
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